New to the forum but have been lurking for a while. Appreciate all of the information and expertise offered in here. I have a rifle in about every caliber except for a quarterbore. Been thinking it is time to pick up a new toy. Was at the gun shop the other day and found a rifle on the used rack and wondered if anyone had any thoughts. It is an Abolt 2 composite stalker in 25-06 BOSS-CR priced at $449.00. I'm not looking for a gun to customize, just one to burn up on paper, yotes and chucks. So I looked the gun over. Gun shop said it was a trade for a larger caliber from a young guy that needed something with a little more pop at longer range out here in the plains. The gun had not been cleaned in the shop as their theory is that they want buyers to see what the previous owner did to take care of the gun. The stalk is scuffed and still has heavy tape residue on it from the ballistic chart taped to it. Appears free floated but has a pressure point at the forend of the stock. Rifle bluing is good. I was unable to remove the BOSS-CR as it appears stuck with powder residue so I couldn't see the barrel crown well. Trigger feels like other Browning rifles I have. Bolt looks pretty good but is dirty. Bolt face same, lugs have slight scuffing. Looking into the barrel all I see is powder residue. Looks like someone had a campfire in there. But barrel itself looks pretty clean. Any thoughts? Price in line with a fairly used gun? Anything else I should look at? Maybe I should offer less cause I think I will have lots of cleaning to do... Thanks for any input.