Hi there. I have a question on how to handle this one please.
i bought a new 20b last week to use on a couple of pheasant shoots this season. I took it to the clay grounds at exeter on the weekend to get some tips from a friend of mine. He noticed that there was a few things wrong. It would not always eject the bottom barrel, it is very very hard to close and it makes a knocking sound when it closes, my normal rfd thinks this is the cocking rod?
i baught the gunn from a different dealer to who I usually use because I was in a bit of a rush. Another thing that has peeved me slightly is that my dealer says the gun is way to short for me and thinks that someone is the past has had it chopped shorter. I know I should have researched more about gun fit but surely he should have told me it was not suitable when I was looking at it??
He he says he is going to fix the gun tonight and I can pick it up tomorrow (40 mile round trip) but to be honest I have lost all confidence in the gun and the shop and would rather just get my money back and stick to my regular dealer for my next gun. Is this unreasonable to ask for?
how do I stand on asking for my money back within a legal stand point?
any help will be very appreciated as we have agreed to talk tomorrow when I collect the gun. Thanks all in advance