I was in a local pawn recently and saw an L. C. Smith marked "wall hanger" for $79. Inspection showed it looked to be in good condition and when I asked what was wrong with it they only said it had damascus barrels and should not to be fired. It's got some minor issues; a couple screws that look new, a missing forend inlay, chipped/broken firing pin collar, chipped butt-plate, pea size repair to one barrel. Otherwise, good. Looks to me like it will fire fine with the proper loads. Some engraving so I think it's a grade 2 with auto ejectors. F/F choke. The barrels have a unique damascus pattern that is pretty uniform, it's not chain, some kind of roll or scroll pattern I'd say. Any info anybody could tell me would be cool. I'm trying to figure out what to do with it. I'm tempted to refinish everything, lock, stock and barrel but it looks close to stock "as-is" maybe someone put a coat of gloss on it because the wood looks pretty shiny. Barrels aren't blue anymore, but no rust. Tell me what you think?