Re: Double Barrel Shotgun taken from a German soldier in WW2 with a wolf on the side
Welcome to the forum. There's a couple knowledgable shotgun guys on board, so your gun should be identifiable. First - you're going to need to dismount the barrels from the receiver and look on the bottom of the barrel set as well as on the flat part of the receiver, where the barrels rest - called the "water table." If (and most likely it is) the gun is of European manufacture - there will be an array of markings and numbers in both places. Either take a couple in focus pics of those markings or fully describe those marks and numbers - as written. This info will help nail down the country of origin and possibly the manufacturer of the gun.
Jim Hauff ~ H&R Collector In Memory of Bill Goforth and Jim Ritchie