A couple weeks ago I obtained three firearms from a guy for $150.00 total. Two were .410 single shots and one was this Marlin/Glenfield Model 75 semi auto rifle. These were his kids truck guns and two were pretty rough. One of the .410 shotguns was in really great condition and has already been sold. This little .22 rifle was also fairly rough, had some action issues and some barrel rust. After stripping the stock and adding a hand rubbed boiled linseed oil finish I took the barrel down to white metal and used Brownell's Dicropan to re-blue the barrel. I bead blasted the aluminum receiver, trigger guard and front sight. I finished all the aluminum in Duplicolor Wheel Coating in gun metal grey. The internals of the action were cleaned immaculately and some polishing of the pieces and the bolt itself. Replaced any missing clips and pins. I added stainless steel hardware screws and some sling swivel points. This rifle is potentially sold this week.