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At my favorite gunshop I purchased a 1917 dated Webley Mark VI in original .455 caliber with a light thinning war-time blue. There are still traces of cosmoline in the nooks and crannies. The revolver is all matching with orignal grips and missing the lanyard ring which I know is a cheap fix. I bought the pistol for $370.00 OTD. Thought I got a good buy. I went home and ran a patch through the barrel because of some grease, and my heart sank- the barrel is bulged! The gunshop was very appolgetic about it and offered me a full refund. Because the gun in on consignment, I asked if the shop could get the owner to come down in price. What should I do, get my money back or how much should I hope to pay for the revolver? I'm most likey not going to shoot it, and I fits nicely in my collection.