Nice low sn#. Turned out real nice though. I have done two so called restorations. A 28/30 and a 1935 M27. Both turned out great but finding the stock was not easy or cheap. If your gonna make a profit your going to need to fall into the parts or collected them over the years when things were more available and cheaper. I think your M28 is and turned out really nice. You didn't restore it with a war time 91/30 stock. Great job. But this is why I try to shy from restorations. I need a M91 stock to undo Bubba on a 1899 Tula. If and when I am done it might of been cheaper to buy one whole and complete? Again, nice work.
I find these situations rather odd. On one hand we often obsess about changing anything including grease and cosmoline, to much cleaning? Or replacing broken parts, finish, screws, triggers after all we all would like to be "purists"? But in a case like this a fairly rare rifle is put back together with correct Finnish parts. Both perspectives have truth and correctness about them? Right or wrong I like the finished product here. Congrats, John.