For some time now, I have had some interest in a BLR take-down but felt the new ones were out of my budget potential and I rarely see used one's around. Now, there is one available at one of the LGS's. This is a stainless (looks bronze) .308 BLR LWT take-down. Wood (laminated) is nice and clean and there are a couple of minor surface blemishes on the receiver - not deep scratches but "rubs". The bore is clean and bright - no fouling - no damage to the muzzle crown. I like the scout scope potential as my senior vision and need to wear glasses appreciate the improved distance from the scope. I have heard stories/rumors (including) that BLR's can have accuracy issues, difficulties with scope mounts, and are finicky with feeding some cartridges depending on brand, or finicky with misfires if the lever isn't "slammed" home. I know realistically that not all of these so-called rumors are the rifle's problem. So I am reaching out to other BLR owners / hunters to get some feedback. Asking price is a firm $850. Thoughts? Feedback? Thanks!