Yes, what he said ^^^^^. I'd actually suggest selling it, as they typically go for $700+ if in very good condition. Then take those proceeds and purchase another rifle. Since you wanted(?) a .375, have you considered a Marlin in .35 Rem as a replacement? They are not that different in performance and both (IMHO) outperform the venerable 30-30.
I've always wanted to pursue the Winchester Big Bore rifles in their various versions but just don't see any in my country.
I own a Marlin 375, a bit of a beater but I have a lot of hunting history with it so would hate to see it go. I owned two others; a NIB rifle that I ran across and another used rifle. I ended up selling the NIB for a nice price as I knew I would never use it and traded the used rifle for an 1895G (dumb).
About eight years ago, I was driving on the north side of San Antonio and noticed a outdoors type store having a liquidating sale. I want to say it was Sportsman's Warehouse or something of that nature. I went in and they had reloading components but most were gone. As I browsed the bins, one was labeled "375 Win" with three bags of 50 laying in it. I asked if they had any more in the back and sure enough they did. Walked out with 1K worth of Win brass at some ridiculous price... $12 to $15 a bag.
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