I think most prospective buyers are going to want to know the rifle's weight and accuracy potential. Bansner builds very nice, light weight rifles, but the specific details are important when you're selling a rifle of this magnitude. Good luck with the sale. This is an excellent rifle.
I guess I can blow a bunch of smoke and tell you what I think you want too hear to make the sell but I don't do business like that. As you know, this rifle is a top quality build.
No one is asking you to make crazy claims or blow smoke. Asking the actual weight and shooting performance of a custom titanium rifle seems pretty reasonable, though. A few details like barre length, twist rate, etc wouldn't hurt your cause either. Like I said, it's a nice rifle. It would be nicer to know what, exactly, it is.
Thanks for the additional info. Do you know if Bansner milled the left side of the receiver down? I assume it must have, to some extent, because the Remington stamp is gone and Sheep Hunter is now engraved. I don't doubt the original owner's claimed build cost. Bansner builds very nice rifles.