I'm looking at a combination gun online and trying to figure out more before I decide whether or not to make an offer. It is a 16ga/8x57JR, fully engraved and appears from photos to be in good condition. Stock has some dings and the bottom corner of the buttstock and plate is chipped. The scope is a Henzoldt Wetzlar Dailytan 4x. Using this website (http://www.shotguns.se/html/germany_1890-1945.html) I think I have some of the markings figured figured out. It looks like it was made in July 1943 and has a preliminary proof mark stamped on both barrels. Price is listed at $1450 including sales tax. It is at a pawnshop and was first posted for sale in June. I'm out of state so an offer of $1340 would give them the same profit margin, and the length of time it's been sitting could help me. I would plan to start at a lower offer than that of course to have room to work up if needed. Any input on whether this is something to pursue is appreciated.