Originally Posted by aztman
Appears Unfired but no box or paperwork.
I'd have it checked out by a pro gunsmith.
If it's unfired, you might have a real collector's piece on your hands and it could be worth a ton of cash.
I'll give you $800 for it, cash, right now.
But seriously, have it checked. paperwork can be tracked down or re-created. You can go to the manufacturer and get the whole life story of the weapon.
But it's only worthwhile if you are either A) a collector and it's unfired or B) its personal history.