A buddy got a fine deal on a Marlin Model 92 offered as a "parts" gun. It was missing only the butt plate, and you make a mistake to underestimate this man's stock-making and general restoration skills.
I was less lucky and settled for a good Lyman 358495 mold (147 -grain wadcutters), a GI . 1911 magazine, and a funky old .22 gun belt, solid, but missing its buscadero style holster. It looks keen hanging next to the spurs.
If I ever decide to reload 9mm Eurowimp, the Lyman bullets will let me enter the caliber wars about whether 9mm Parabellum using 147 grainers is a "good defense load." I will undoubtedly straddle the fence and prove it is OK in Europe, but not here. Then I'll get to quote Colonel Cooper again. "If you shoot a European he will sit down on the curb and cry. If you shoot an American he will shoot back."