I'd like to get some perspective on my situation. I've been looking for a CZ 452 LUX .22LR rifle with the hogback walnut stock since they are discontinued and it's a really nice rifle with awsome iron sights. I found one posted on this forum from an out of state private seller and struck a deal for $350. The rifle arrived at my FFL in the condition described and I told the seller all looked good. After getting it home and setting it next to another rifle I have with a walnut stock, I noticed the stock looked like beech, not walnut. I e-mailed the serial number to the CZ factory, and today, a week and a half later, they replied that the rifle is a Trainer with beech stock, not a Lux with walnut stock. Other than the stock, the Trainer and Lux are identical. I e-mailed the seller and told him that I want to return the rifle for a refund since it is not as advertised. I told him I was sure it was an honest mistake and I would even pay the return shipping to his FFL. He replied that he waited a week to make sure everything was good, and has now spent the money and has no way to refund it. I feel cheated. What would you do in this situation? Am I just stuck with the Trainer? It's a nice rifle with a great trigger but I really wanted the walnut stock.