I was out running some errands today and happened to pass a local shop that I hadn't been in for some time, so I dropped in just to see what they had. Sitting on the used shelf was a M1 22LR. The gun is in pretty nice shape, really nice bore/rifling, decent blueing, gold finish on trigger a little thin, even has the original rear sight (!). Now the bad news... the stock is cracked just behind the receiver/trigger guard. I was surprised since otherwise the stock was even in very nice condition, not dinged or dented even. I really wasn't looking for one actively but I have thought that I wouldn't mind having one as a mate for my 989M2. Anyway, they offered it to me for $125. I'm pretty sure that I can repair the stock as the crack isn't missing any wood and once refinished it wouldn't be visible. I wouldn't be worried about resale as I wouldn't be selling it anyway. I figured a new recoil spring and buffer, a good cleaning/lube, and repair/refinish the stock and I'd have a nice plinker for not a whole lot of money. What would you guys think it might be worth paying for it? I paid more than that for my M2, a good bit more, but it was really in excellent condition so I'm not sure what would be a good price for this gun. Any input/opinions welcome. Thanks everyone.