All right, I'm not sure what part of this you're not understanding, but your arguments are holding less and less water the more we go on.
First of all, you asked for the credit for the part to be applied to the cost of the .22 upper. Can we agree on this?
Secondly, you were informed that the .22 upper was not available, which you apparently understood since you posted this above.
Thirdly, I don't even know HOW your last reply has anything to do with this, since no one is arguing the fact that you requested a credit.
Fourthly, your comment about checking your profile hardly makes sense since your profile contains neither your name or your address, just an e-mail address and state, neither of which I ever asked for!
That being said, I'm tired of dealing with you when you obviously have no desire to work this out, so I'm going to put this to bed right now.
I took over an hour yesterday to dig through all my e-mail correspondence from the last two months (which could have been avoided if you had not been so stubborn and just given me your info. when I asked you to in this thread), and located the info. On March 19th, an order was entered into our system under your name for the .22 upper. On March 20th, the credit from the returned part was applied to the cost of the upper, which is still in our system and still has not been shipped (but shouldn't be a suprise as you were notified of this when you ordered).
So what's the problem? We applied the credit towards the .22 upper, EXACTLY as you requested. Care to fill me in on what exactly I didn't take care of now??????? Where is the foundation of your problem here?