To address a few things and then I'll drop it:
When I bought this rifle is 2004, I was told by the seller that it was a eastern bloc capture, but not a Russian one. He thought Yugo, as did I. That's why I described it as such. My primary assumption is due to the stock numbering being similar to the Yugo capture rifles.
As far as misrepresentation goes, you're one of those idiots who bid too much for something you knew nothing about and then came here to verify it after you had doubts on it. Granted, I placed a high end reserve ($350) on the rifle, but I figured it probably wouldn't get up that high, giving me an excuse to keep it. It was just one of those things where I felt that if I could make $50 more than what I paid, It could go. As to my shooting it, I've never fired it nor do I intend to, as 8mm is starting to become expensive and I like my Garand, Enfield, and M-1carbine better. When I do shoot my Mausers, I use my byf 43 and my M24/47 for that.
The reason why I offered no return policy is as follows- idiots like you who buy the gun thinking they got a great deal and then return it on some bogus grounds after they find out they've overpaid for it, either through the seller's doing or their own. Yours is a clear cut case of bid shielding, as explained to my by the gunbroker customer support people. I unlike the large percentage of the bigger collectors on here am neither an FFL or C&R holder and more often than not try here on the trader before I resort to gunbroker. Never had a bad experience there, you can ask the people I've dealt with in regard to buying and selling on them.
That being said, I'll shut up now before one of the mods, Vic, or Tuco steps in. I'm over it.