So I bought a Rossi - Trifecta (3 barrel model break action youth gun) over the past weekend, and believe that the .243 barrel is acting up. I shot one round from it Saturday, and had the hardest time getting it to breech so I could remove the casing. It appears my only options are to either send it back to Rossi or find a 'smith that can work on fitting the barrel(s) properly to the receiver. This is the first time I have ever had an issue like this so I have a few questions. Does anyone have any experience with a gunsmith that can work on break action single shots? How does one ship a gun back to the manufacturer, it seems according to their website that one can simply ship it to them, and they will ship it right back home to you (makes no mention of FFL), that seems odd to me? and finally.... Has anyone by chance ever dealt with Rossi Customer Service? Just wondering what I should expect, timewise. I would rather just find a smith locally and have it fixed, so that I have it for my daughter by opening day of deer season. I know if I had it to do over again, I would just buy her a quality youth bolt action ...and not try to get "3 for the price of 1"