Seen the Corbett rifle at their booth last year at DSC, very cool piece of history. I am sending my resume to Rigby right now as I believe I could be a value added employee helping them scratch up new rifles and taking away the new gun smell for their eccentric clients that desire this customization. I would think that buying a new rifle that is pre beat up is about like wanting a child but marrying a woman that was already pregnant. Kinda takes all the fun out of getting to the desired end game.A little information I had forgotten about. The Jim Corbett rifle which most of you know is owned by Rigby now and is on display. A hunter/shooter from Florida (not me) is having Rigby build him an exact replica. All the scratches, scars, worn checkering. I was shown the rifle, it has a little more work to go before ready to be delivered. The rifle looks worn and fairly well used just like the Corbett original. Marc told me it takes a lot more time and work to make a new rifle look old than it does an old rifle look new. He did not say how much the client is paying for this somewhat unusual order!!!