My Midway 1862 Pocket Police came with a rusted in place cylinder and pitted barrel. Obviously it was a return that was put back in stock. I spent months trying to get them to exchange it, and they finally did. Thought I was done with that transaction until six weeks later a charge from Midway appeared on my checking account. Those Thieving B@[email protected]
took money without authorization via my debit card they had from the original purchase, charging me again for the price of a new gun. Haggled with those thiefs for months, said the best they could do was reimburse me with "Midway Bucks". Didn't want their stinking "Midway Bucks" as I had no plans to ever purchase from those criminals again. Six months later, after many phone calls and e-mails, I finally got my money back. The new gun, while not used, had all the problems that every Uberti pocket model has. Finally, after spending even more money on after-market nipples and springs, got a brand new gun to function somewhat reliably. Great, I paid for a gun kit that needed parts, assembly and QC. Midway now has a strict no return policy on black powder guns, so if you get a bad one (which is a coin flip), good luck getting satisfaction.