And if they send it back and it still won't shoot the way you want? You have two choices: (a) Get a gunsmith to install a better barrel, which will cost between $300 and $500. Factory barrels, which usually perform quite well, are nonetheless turned out by the carload, and there are bound to be some dogs in that car. A semicustom product such as a Douglas or a Shaw, or a true custom barrel such as a Shilen or a Schneider, can work wonders. Or (b) Sell the rifle. Be honest and tell your potential buyer why you're letting it go. The wonderful world of guns is a small one, and if you put something over on somebody it can return to bite you.