I bought an old, like very old rifle, which is rare, but not necessarily valuable. It's a Triplett and Scott Kentucky carbine from the civil war. It has some pitting, missing a barrel band, and has some wood chunks gone off the stock, just from what I can see. Would it be worth it to restore it, even though I will never be able to find ammo (50 rim) to even shoot the thing. Or would it be best to just leave it as a wall hanger? If I should restore it is there any recommendations for getting parts for hard to find rifles, as google hasn't yielded any results for the parts I would need.