I just got this in a package deal from a close friend. What I got total was his fathers 1911A1 he carried in and after WWII as an MP, this baby Browning and a Stevens single shot .22 rifle he bought new in 1957. This little jem, Was taken off a hooker in Germany after the war. Let me aplogize now for the crappy cell phone photos, I left the camera at work Right now it has what would probably be a 10 lb trigger pull. Probably full of crap and corrosion. As you can barely see from the photos, the finish is 100% gone, but all the FN roll marks are still there along with any other factory markings. Is this a good candidate for a park job or a bluing? Or does it have any "Historical Value" other than what I mentioned above? It is really bad... How about the top of that slide? is that wear, or cut out for the barrel to tilt up when fired? Any help would be appreciated.