picked up a very nice Colt Frontier Scout Revolver today, used, one owner. While shooting it, the barrel came loose, it started rotating, you could actually turn it with your fingers, easily. I called the dealer I got it from, who promptly offered my money back, but I'd much rather have the little gun fixed. I took the ejector rod off, and screwed the barrel all the way off the gun. I wiped the oil off the threads, then re-installed everything, making sure to tighten the barrel (but not torque the snot out of it). Went back out to shoot it, and now, well, she shoots to the right, bad. I did not bend the front sight. I think I should have my dealer send it back to Colt, which he'll gladly handle, but I wonder, will they take care of me, or on a gun this old tell me to get lost. Any other suggestions? Any help/advice much appreciated.