I've never been to an Estate Sale before but my wife just forwarded me a listing that is happening soon. This guy had a ridiculous amount of gun paraphernalia. Pictures upon pictures... I wouldn't be surprised if he had over 300 complete rifles that will now be sold. I bet I saw at least 100 wood blanks for custom stocks. He had 6 single stage RCBS presses. An entire wall of shelving of tubs of gun powder. Boxes and boxes and boxes of primers and loaded ammo. I saw at least 2 Wilson case trimmers and will try to get one. And I saw 4 Redding powder measures that I will also try to get one of. There are barrel vises, stock wood working tools, and pretty much everything else that Midway or Brownells sells. But what I'm most interested in is the plethora of rifle actions he had; I bet 75+. Some have barrels and some do not. I'm assuming that the actions without stocks or barrels will not be as attractive to the general public so I'm hoping to get a few good deals on some. I'm most familiar with Remington actions as I have a 721 and a 700. And I also understand that the Pre-64 Model 70 Winchesters are desirable. But I'm not opposed to picking up a Browning, Ruger, Mauser, Weatherby, Savage, etc... In your opinions; are there any actions I should specifically keep my eye out for? Are there any that I should stay away from? Thanks!