Picked up my Heinrich Munch 16 Bore / 7x65R over an under combination gun last friday from Holts Auctioneers - I must admit I wouldn't hesitate to buy from them again - very helpful and knowledgeable. They gave me a condition report which gave it as good condition, whereas actually it appears to be virtually unused, albeit stored for quite a while.
So for less than the cost of a sako, I have got myself a beautifully made weapon complete with a Zeiss 6x42 in a claw mount. The shotgun barrel has already accounted for half a dozen gray squirrels and a couple of pigeons. It also has very good open sights - like a big express rifle and you can just imagine a charging boar / buffalo etc.
I have secured some RWS 156 gn cone point ammo, and first impressions of the rifle barrel - given that I have only tested it on a 30 metre range - is that it will be pretty accurate and am expecting 1inch to 1.5inch group at 100 yds. It definately has a kick, but that is to be expected in a 7lb rifle shooting a 156gn bullet at 2800 fps - but the rifle barrel is less than the 16 bore kick and in the field it won't be an issue, particularly once I have shot it a bit - you always notice recoil more when you are shooting at targets. The stock does need lengthening a bit for me and will probably put on a good recoil pad - currently just has a wooden checkered butt.
It's a non ejector - but that I don't think will be a problem as the empty rifle cases simply fall out if you hold the barrels up, and you can reload a 2nd or third shot pretty quickly. OK not as quick as a bolt action, but just make sure first shot is good. It is also very quiet to load - non of the clatter of a bolt action. It will also be a very good travelling gun as it breaks down like a shot gun into a short case.
Now I just need to find the time to get out after some bucks!