I have a chance at a roughly 100 year old single shot 16ga for a reasonable price. It is beautiful, but it is beautiful because of a pile of work that has been done on it as a gunsmith school project. Barrel has been shortened, polished and reblued, reciever has been color case hardened along with trigger, hammer, and opening lever. Wood has been sanded and refinished, nice but not nearly the same quality of work as the metal bits. So at $100 or so, do you buy or walk? I’m inclined to buy because it’s nice, and I like a 16ga but don’t currently have one. I know it’s going to kick like a mule on steroids, but I don’t see a scenario where I would shoot it more than a handful of times in a day. Thoughts?