just had a cornpone try to demand money back from a private gun sale that happened a week ago. a real nice browning. NIB. never fired. never assembled. flawless. i even had judge remarks written on it when it won a trophy at the tulsa gun show. had pics, documentation. etc. i advertised no insp period allowed. as is. it was that good a gun. guns of this level can not be allowed a 3 day insp. people tend to assemble them, shoot them, ruin them, and then demand money back. ive dealt with this kind of buyer before and learned to protect myself. so after 10 or so emails, he pays. i look it over first, make sure alls well, double pack it in a box in a box for security. i send with full insurance. i remind him in emails that its out of my hands and in the carriers posession. done deal. he calls a week ago saying he got it. fine. today, all of a sudden, the guy demands money back saying the gun was flawed and demands refund. no way. gun was perfect. the gun obviously got a rub in shipment. hes claiming a 1/4" smudge marred the top of the alloy receiver. gun was in factory wax paper inside the factory styrofoam box, inside the factory shipping box, inside my shipping box. i explained to him its a claim issue now. and im very sorry. key points in his emails...he said he was looking forward to assembling it and putting it in his gun collection in his cabinet. i warned him not to. he laughed. there seems to be a cloud cast over the gun realm. i had 3 gun deals in 3 weeks have hitches. im batting 1000 for weird people and guns. whats going on? so take the poll......put yourself in my shoes.....what would you do next?