Cheers! Looks like there's already one in this very thread.
Great, thank you Ultrastu.
I'm going for the lower end of the market with these (£200 max. sort of region for a single shot break barrel), so I was hoping to find out what to look for when examining them in person, given these will be used and far from young in age? I'm not a serial shotgun flipper - only ever had the one for sporting clays - and I had a great deal of help from experienced shooting friends in person when buying, so I had no real input in checking out the action, wear and tear, spots that might need sorting etc. and given the addition of a suppressor on these, I imagine there are things to look for internally that might not immediately jump out at you until it's too late! So any suggestions as to hotspots to look for that would be a tell tale sign of a 'steer well clear' job?