I have a couple of new in the box L61R actions that I am curious about their value. Not really thinking about selling them, but I'd like to have an idea of value for insurance/estate purposes. I got them back in the 90's when one of the big New England sporting goods houses got out of the custom gun business. Both have standard (.30-06, etc.) bolt faces. They are in boxes with the serial numbers written on the boxes. I'm thinking of maybe having one or both of them barreled, but I'm not sure what caliber. I have all the .30-06 rifles I want and I have a .270 Sako Deluxe action in a custom stock that's just awaiting final shaping, finishing, and checkering, so the obvious choices aren't ones that interest me. I'm thinking maybe one in 7x57 and the other in 6.5x55, as these are great calibers that are rarely seen in a Sako. Or maybe 7x64 Brenneke, although I do have a nice German custom in that caliber. Or maybe 6.5-06, although I'm reluctant to commit to a wildcat that has zero commercial ammo available. I have the dies, but for some reason that caliber has never caught on, despite its obvious advantages (i.e. .264 Win Mag performance in a standard size cartridge). My best guess is that the actions are probably worth around $500 apiece, but that's a guess. Any thoughts?