I recently bought an O/U from a member of this forum who sells quite a bit of stuff here. It was advertised as being in "very nice" condition and was priced accordingly. It was exactly what I was looking for, pictures looked good, I checked the sellers background and sent him a money order for the full asking price. The gun was delivered in a timely manner and looked good in the case. But on closer inspection I found black spots on the breech face that were remnants of rust that someone had tried to scrub out, some of the Belgian factory engraving was washed out because the gun had been buffed and reblued, and the bottom barrel was full of corrosion pits (some fingernail size) all the way from the forcing cone to the muzzle - you could stick your finger in the barrel and feel them. I contacted the seller right away and he stated "I didn't see that, send it back and I will refund your money". So, I boxed it up, paid insurance and shipping back to him. I got his refund a few days ago. A personal check, on a joint account, and it was $50 short. He included a scribbled note showing he was charging me the $50 for expenses on his end. I know I'm fortunate to get anything back on a deal like this but it chaps my ass a bit that this gun was nowhere near what he described it to be and as such I feel he should have made good on the refund. I was ok with paying my xfer fees here, and paying to ship and insure it back to him but now I'm out another $50 for his expenses. I've attempted to contact him three times without response. What's the consensus? Is this guy entitled to his fees when he ships out a gun that was not what he advertised or should I have been refunded my full purchase price? I haven't thrown his name out here yet as I wanted to give him an opportunity to make good on his "I will refund your money".