Hi! New to the forum. I tend to hang out over at US Rifle Team. I compete in NRA Highpower and hold a high master qualification in 'cross the course'. My first rifle, which I shot from a middle of the road benchrest set up, is a Sako Forester in 308. I haven't shot it in over 20 years. I have kept the bore clean and with a light coat of oil all the time. There's a light coat of oil on all the metal parts. It's been kept in a temperature and humidity controlled area. What would be it's estimated value? AII action [S/N 381182 - i.e., made between 1990 and 1991, I think]. ~ 1000 rounds. Pillar bedded by Alex Sitman of Masterclass Stocks. Last 5 shot group at 100 yards was completely covered by a quarter. That was the first and last group I shot after it was pillar bedded. Light colored wood stock. No stock dings. Very little wear on the bluing. Includes rings. Thanks!