I would take you up on it, but sadly I am placing my emphasis away from my Mosin for a while and putting it onto my Howa.
My Mosin receiver is all jacked up. I silver solder'ed holes from previous scope installations. The solder came out when trying to install my new scope mount. This was kind of the last straw with it for me.
The cost to rebarrel a Mosin costs less than a new barreled receiver for my Howa 1500. The Howa is smoother, has a better trigger, etc. It's just frankly a better gun.
If my Mosin was stock I would probably keep it just for the novelty and to shoot it once in a while; but its pretty poorly sporterized. I learned a lot bubbaing it.
Working on it has given me experience bedding a stock, polishing a trigger group, drilling and tapping steel, wood refinishing, work with various types of epoxy, and barrel crowning.
I've learned that I can do the wood work just fine, the bedding just fine, and the polishing just fine; but that I should probably try to outsource all my metal work.