Originally Posted by onyx
I used to own this gun. It shot sweet when I owned it. I am not trying to get in the middle of this, but you do have to balance the regs everytime for optimal performance. It take less than a minute once you know the process. You may need to bump the dwell a couple milliseconds and might not have to even adjust the regs, although it will shoot better if you do. Also make sure you use super lube with PTFE. Hope that helps.
Not in the middle at all I appreciate your post. Optimal performance is one thing, working condition is another. The gun would not fire upon receipt.
If this information is true and the gun could arrive in a non working condition then it needs to be disclosed at the point of sale not after the fact. Not after I have paid for goods that wont work. Since it was not, then me asking to return the otherwise defective product for my money back is more than fair.
I paid for a gun that was "This gun is in mint condition and shoots super super smooth. The regs are balanced and the oring tolerances/lube is perfect."
You Editing what you have written in your original post to attempt to cover this lack of information at the point of sale speaks to the level of professionalism you are demonstrating and just how far you have been going to try to scam me out of my money.
PBnation doesn't want to see issues like this happen on their sight. They will gladly provide the original literature when/if requested by paypal. You never once mentioned AS IS until after the dispute was processed on paypal. You sir are a crook.
You sold a finicky marker, and when you did, you did not disclose this information. This makes the sale obsolete and if you want to continue to do business on this sight or any other I would take it upon yourself to make this right.
If there was an issue like this and the gun could arrive and not work then it needed to be disclosed. I have every right in the interest of fair business to request my money back and return your product.
A return you agreed would be acceptable, then later texted me saying otherwise..
Another example of your professionalism.
You can have as many people swear up and down that you are a stellar guy, and that this gun works perfect. It is irrelevant, I am the buyer, the gun did not work upon receipt. I have provided every avenue available to me to help you make this bad sale right. Instead you have taken every chance to avoid resolving this.