You might want to look at other posts in the classified section to see what the normal expectations are for the amount of information prospective buyers expect here on AH. I believe it will help you to sell your rifle more quickly.
I sold the same type Ruger 458 Lott recently here, during the COVID peak. It took a little while for the transfer as gun shops in NY State were on limited hours but we made it work. Buyer and seller were satisfied, a good deal.
Best advice is PICTURES, PICTURES, PICTURES. Take the time to do this, in good light, it makes a Lott of difference. ( Pun intended)
Show detailed pictures of the tang area, to show no cracks, many pictures of the wood stock from all sides, and the action, bottom metal, and the muzzle. Include any areas that may have nicks, dings, rub marks in the bluing. If you are the original owner, information on the rounds shot through it.
Information on preferred loads, factory or handloads, and a test target will help a Lott (pun intended). The weight of the bare rifle as well, as well as information with any accessories.
Information on shipping costs is important. I always insure the shipment at 10-15% above the sale price.
Hi Bob, how's things going in Wyong?. Down your way a couple of years back but haven't been in NSW since Ebor for the fishing. just getting over some nasty storms up here in Qld, seeing the sun for the first time in a few days. I'm going to NZ in the spring and hope to clean up a few buns while there and perhaps shake the spiders out of my old .303LE (currently owned by my BIL). Cheers Brian