Good evening everyone, I have in my possession a black Rolex (to be determined) GMT Master II, Pro Hunter. This watch was found in the glove compartment of a repossessed vehicle, and was never claimed. I am relatively convinced it's fake, not because of its quality, but because the second hand always gets "stuck" when the minute hand is anywhere in the 25-35 minute region. A good shake frees it. The watch feels very heavy, and the second hand does not "tick", it has the sweeping movement with 8 stops per second. It's engraved on the back with "Pro Hunter 007". It does have the laser etched crown in the 6 o'clock position of the glass. Has anyone seen one of these before? My assumption is if this were indeed a real Rolex, there is no way it would have this malfunction. Is this a correct assumption? I'm weary of taking it to a Rolex AD, as I fear they would confiscate it if it is indeed fake. Is this a real concern? Thanks for any information anyone can give on this piece! Regardless of if it's fake or not, it is in great shape and is very pretty.