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  1. I’ve finally got this rifle setup just about perfect. Pretty happy with where it’s at now.
    12 points
  2. Here's a clean Smith&Wesson Blued 586 6"Bbl. Factory Target Stocks no box. This one is a clean used Smith&Wesson. Asking $1000 CASH. In the pictures shown I wiped it down before pics, so the streaks you see in the finish is from that. I live in the Whitehouse area and can meet in Goodlettsville,Hendersonville, Gallatin, and Nashville area. Could drive a little to meet half way if your an hour or more from me. Thanks. I have this listed on another forum if this sells first on there I'll withdraw it from here. Mods. if listing this here also violates any rules please PM me. SOLD. THANKS
    11 points
  3. Ruger GP100 Talo Distributor Exclusive. 357magnum Model #1790. In like new condition. About 100 rds through it. Comes in original case with manual. Serial number shows made in 2021. $750 in Clarksville.
    11 points
  4. Just an observation of things the past few days. Let me start by saying I've lived here over 30 years through extreme cold, miserable heat, drought conditions and tornados. Never have I ever experienced rolling blackouts, water shortages as I have these past couple of days. Never. Yes it's been stupid cold but I've been here before. Seems everything has been geared up to welcome our new influx of folks except our grid system, water supply and other neat things to have, We are broke as a nation and state so I'm not optimist anything will be fixed or built to alleviate this anytime soon. Seems like we could have been a bit wiser on what we spent our money on... Go woke go broke. Just sayin'.
    11 points
  5. Most people would be better off if they quit worrying about what others have, quit waiting around to be lifted up, be thankful for what they do have, and instead of plotting and praying for the downfall of someone better off than they are, maybe study the path that person took and what makes them tick and possibly learn how to be more successful themselves. What a novel concept.
    11 points
  6. Up for sale is a rifle I never shoot. It is a Browning 71 in 348 Winchester. Of course this is Brownings version of the Winchester 71. These were only made for 2 years, ‘86-‘87. Factory ammo is very expensive but luckily I have a bunch of ammo to go with the rifle. I think I still have the box for the rifle but I am not positive. I have 120 rounds of factory ammo. 40 rounds are new manufacture and 60 rounds are vintage manufacture. Most vintage ammo sells for $140 per box or higher. I also have 220 rounds of reloads. I am selling the reloads as components. So if you reload it gives you a lot of brass and bullets to use. $2500 for everything.
    10 points
  7. NIB HK Sp5 9mm pistol for sale. Taken out of box to snap photos and look over. Have decided to stick with AK platform. Looking to sell or trade. Perfect chance for someone to acquire a great pistol at less than msrp and no tax. My loss your gain. Interested in preban AK's, multiple AK's, possibly battle rifles with extra goodies accompanying it. $2800 Trade value $3100
    10 points
  8. 2019 Staccato P with tree bark texture. This gun has been used some. Comes with trex arms hols 5 mags. 2 flush 2 extended. Has dawson recoil spring kit for easy take down. Has Proctor's sights installed. All factory parts are in bag. Ask $2200
    10 points
  9. Hi everyone, The time has come for me to sell my beloved Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun. I bought this back in the summer of 2015 from the gentleman who runs the SPAS-12 Project (https://www.spas-12.com/) out of Indiana and have thoroughly enjoyed shooting it occasionally over the years, but I have some other projects I'd like to put money towards at this time. The previous owner had cleaned the firearm and installed the replacement buffers and shock absorbers before shipping to me. The weapon fires in both auto and pump without issue; I almost exclusively used the gun in auto mode though. Also worth noting that this example features the push-button safety instead of the lever-style safety, which is known to malfunction and can cause the weapon to discharge without warning. Included along with the gun are both variants of stocks, the fixed stock and the very rare, original folding stock with hook that came on the gun when I purchased it; since someone already asked, changing stocks is easy...all you need is a socket with a 10mm extension...there is a single bolt that holds the stock in place so it's no big deal to change them out. I will also include the sling and expanding pliers recommended by Chris with the SPAS-12 Project which are necessary for helping take certain components apart for cleaning. I will even throw in the hard case and some leftover ammo if the buyer wants those too. The gun is in really good condition overall, but certainly not perfect. It does have some blemishes on it in various places though it still presents very well and gets compliments whenever I take it places. The SPAS-12 certainly needs no introductions...made famous by Jurassic Park, Terminator and a whole host of other movies and video games, it's one of the coolest firearms ever made. Asking $4,000 FIRM and the buyer would need to bring either cash or a certified check from your bank of choice...I am NOT interested in trades at this time. While I'm located in Franklin, I would be willing to meet somewhere within reasonable driving distance in Tennessee. If you'd like to see more photos, videos, or ask questions, feel free to message me here or you can email me at preds98@proton.me and I'll do my best to respond quickly. Thanks! Jay
    10 points
  10. Hello! My name is Hannah Church. I’m IHJ’s youngest daughter. He passed away New Years Day. If anyone needs to get in touch with me about his wake, or would like to post any nice memories with my father I’d appreciate it. Reading all these comments about my Papa has made my morning. He always talked about his friends on his gun forums. He taught me to shoot when I was a kid. Thank you all for being a part of my Papa’s life and loving him as I did. 6157854190 is my number for anyone who would like to be invited to his wake. It will be this Sunday in Nashville, TN. the attached photo below is my sister mother papa and 2 years ago. Please enjoy this picture of him.
    10 points
  11. I have a Ruger Security Six stainless 357 mag with the harder to find 2 3/4” barrel . I bought this from a member on here a while back. $650 cash Meet in McMinnville, Manchester, Murfreesboro
    9 points
  12. "Free" SBR registration means they don't care about the money and they don't want them to be illegal, so they must just want us to register them so they know who owns all the guns. That scares me way worse than the penalty for not registering.
    9 points
  13. It’s our own fault because it’s easier to accept it and go back to watching football. My favorite movie line is from Terminator 2 “No fate but what we make.” I despise cliches like “everything happens for a reason” and “it wasn’t meant to be.” They imply that we are helpless and have no control of our lives. Not many are willing to take a stand based on principle or vote with their wallet. People bitch about wokeness, then turn around and post on Instagram or Facebook and order everything on Amazon because it’s convenient and support the very people enabling wokeness. People are more concerned about NFL playoffs than they are about what their kids are being taught in school. We reap what we sow.
    9 points
  14. My apologies for the long post. I think things are going just as they were designed. I don’t blame immigrants for still flocking to this country and I don’t blame the president for oil companies not using the already approved and available leases for oil. I see a country that only functions if it has an angry, divided and mostly poor working class. Neglected infrastructure, stagnant wages and an undereducated populace contribute to the success of this model. Don’t take this the wrong way, but this country has never been great. Compared to most countries, America is exceptional, but never great. I say America has never been great based upon the fact that every generation of Americans has had to deal with its own set of difficulties and no generation has existed without circumstances that one could look at and not say “this is the end of us.” Most people in this country proclaim themselves to be Christians, but the negativity combined with the doom and gloom from most people doesn’t bare witness to that claim. I’m a believer, and based upon my experiences, the good, the bad, everything happens for a reason and when it’s supposed to. This is our season. We can accept what is and move forward positively reflecting the behavior of the savior or we can wallow in negativity and what is will still occur. Based upon inflation, that’s my $2.69.
    9 points
  15. I have a 1965 Colt .357 python revolver with the 6" barrel in blue steel for sale. To my knowledge, this gun has never been fired. The only obvious alterations from original is where my grandad stamped his name on the butt of the grips which are aftermarket smooth grips. Since the same year make and model of this pistol is selling on gunbroker.com for around $3,500, I'm asking $2,750. I'm in Chattanooga, TN.
    8 points
  16. It needs a new home: Smith and Wesson Model 625-2, .45 ACP and Auto Rim, 5-inch barrel, excellent condition. These don't come up for sale often in this condition because many of them from this era have been beaten to death in bowling pin or falling plate matches. No lock, no MIM, just all-round revolver goodness. SOLD Thanks for looking, Whisper
    8 points
  17. Rep. Gaetz didn't file this thinking it was anything other than a press release.
    8 points
  18. Beautiful Winchester Model 70 Super Grade (Pre-1964) in .270 w/ Bosch BALvar 8 glass. Manufactured in 1953, must see and handle, it is great condition, no wear in chamber, wood furniture is perfect, glass is spotless. This is a long-time owned and very well cared for rifle. Also comes with a box of 20 rounds, 2 straps, and soft case.
    8 points
  19. Inspectors look, they don't take anything apart, if he can't see it he can't report it. Solve your problem and get on with life. No point in barking up a dead tree.
    8 points
  20. Not exactly training, more of a test. Beech is good people and makes the FBI qualification look pretty easy. I'm having surgery soon and will be off the range for a while, but I'd like to give it a shot in the next couple weeks if I can swing it.
    8 points
  21. I’ve never understood the whole “we have to grow the city” mentality. Higher housing costs, more congestion, and longer drives to work have never struck me as progress.
    8 points
  22. Just showing my.22 hornet. Showing before and after pictures. I’m so proud of this gun. My 10 & 11 year old grandsons did the work. Guided by their dad but they put in the work.
    8 points
  23. Can't get the pdf to load, but our new AG has agreed that the ban on 18 year olds being able to get permits is unconstitutional.
    7 points
  24. Springfield Armory TRP .45ACP UPC: PC9105L18 Factory Box, Tactical Bag, 1x Factory Mag, Manuals, Factory Take-Off Parts I'm guessing round count around 500, maybe less Improvements: - Dawson Precision Tool-Less Guide Rod (NEW - Just installed) - WOLF Precision Factory Recoil Spring Kit (NEW - Just installed) - WOLF Precision Reduced Power Recoil Spring Kit (NEW) - LOK Custom G10 Grips (NEW - Just installed) - 2x McCormick RPM 10-Round Magazines Black CASH: $1500 $1400 (931) 933-3860
    7 points
  25. NEW unfired Marlin 45 - 70 Newer production model non JM stamped. 22" barrel Deluxe wood Includes box papers etc $1250 Only trades would be collector S&W's Colts Rugers Marlins etc Located in east tn I'll be coming to Nashville tomorrow or Thursday for anyone interested.
    7 points
  26. CZ 75 B Omega 9mm. 2022. Like new in original case with 2 - 16rd magazines and 2 - 17rd mags. $600 Clarksville/Pleasant View area. NO TRADES
    7 points
  27. What a tease. You can’t just throw them out there without a hint of a price. There are a couple I would be interested in. Thanks
    7 points
  28. This desirable 1988 Heckler & Koch P7 P7M13 wears the "II" date-code. It has a Chantilly, VA import mark. This gun remains in excellent condition, as shown. Don't miss your chance to add this H&K squeeze-cocker to your collection! These are highly collectible and with the extras included make it a great opportunity. Included are 2 extra 13 round mags for a total of 4. It has fresh night sights and a leather IWB holster and a kydex paddle and mag holster. This even has a blank warranty card and the ORIGINAL receipt from 1989! This is a bargain at $5000 and will only increase in value. North Nashville area.
    7 points
  29. Here is another rifle that I never shoot. A Marlin 1894 Cowboy in 45 Colt with the octagon barrel. I do not have the box. I am the second owner. It has been shot some but not by me. Appears to have been used very little. $1500
    7 points
  30. Bought this vintage beauty yesterday. Always wanted to own one. Been sitting around listening to the four clicks: C - O - L -T
    7 points
  31. This another one of my lever guns that I never shoot. Browning B-92 in .357 magnum. I do have the original box with this one. It is in fantastic shape and is a gorgeous little lever gun. $1800
    7 points
  32. It depends. Most people think the law is black and white. In reality it's shades of gray and green.
    7 points
  33. Your car is only a coffin if allow it to be. With the proper application of force to the steering wheel and accelerator, it’s both an effective means of escape and a multi-thousand pound weapon.
    7 points
  34. The big problem with this kind of advice is that after you acquiesce, you're still a witness to a felony. Are you willing to bet your life that the felon won't decide to eliminate witnesses? Horrifying Security Camera Footage Shows Robber ‘Executed’ A ‘Very Gracious’ Store Clerk: Police | The Daily Wire And who knows? Maybe the poor Brentwood couple was just as compliant and non-threatening as this store clerk. There are plenty of videos online showing people in cars resisting criminal vermin; some with guns, some with hands, and some with their vehicles themselves. Running over a criminal miscreant can be an extremely effective deterrent. You rammed your garage door running over the robber? Well, you're still alive to call for repairs. I have no inside information into this Brentwood event, and perhaps there really was no recourse other than to submit to the killers. But planning to surrender, which is what this "expert" is advising, seems like a really poor choice to me. Saddened, Whisper
    7 points
  35. I would personally rip out enough of my basement ceiling to do it right which means venting to the outside. Drywall is easy to repair. It may not look like any mold, etc, but you really don't know until you can see better. Best case, there is nothing. Worst case, you can spray it while the ceiling is open and know it is good for long term.
    7 points
  36. That’s the groundwork being laid. Same applying to the FRT. The NFA is squarely in their sights. I truly have hope that the NFA will go away in my lifetime.
    7 points
  37. I wanted to bump this thread now that the new FN High Power is starting to hit the streets. My FFL managed to track down a couple at his distributor and I bought the FDE version. Price was near $1100. Mine came with plastic FDE grip panels installed, a spare pair of OD green grips, two 17 round mags, and a carrying case. The first thing you notice picking it up is that it doesn't feel much like a High Power. The grip feels longer, front-to-back, and flatter on the sides than the traditional BHP which has a real wasp waist shape by comparison. The trigger is very nice, mine breaks right at 4 pounds. The reset is shorter and crisper than any BHP trigger I have. The sights are serrated black and are easy to acquire and align. The thumb safety is ambi and much like the later BHP safeties, except crisper snapping on or off ( though still too light IMO ) and easier to get underneath to activate. Shooting was pleasant. I put about 100 rounds through it in a short range session. I had about two or three instances of premature slide lock with rounds in the mag, and I realized I was inducing it by accidentally pressing down on the forward end of the slide stop with a thumbs-forward grip. If you shoot with high thumbs pressed against the frame, you'll have to remember not to do it with this gun (or the front of the slide stop could be trimmed to remove the largely useless forward end, or replaced with an aftermarket part). Function was good otherwise and recoil was softer than in a traditional BHP. Accuracy was excellent, every bit as good as any other BHP I ever owned, and sights were very close to right on for my 124gr handloads. Hammer bite was nonexistent and not even close to happening from what I could tell, due to the rather small hammer spur and overall grip shape. Rapid reloads are a bit easier than on traditional BHPs because the new magazine design isn't as square as the old magazines. It's closer to a Beretta 92 or SIG P226 in shape. In fact, Beretta 92 mags will fit very nicely in the HP but won't lock in. I'm pleased with the redesign and look forward to spending a lot more time at the range with this one.
    7 points
  38. How much does this person have the right to make?
    7 points
  39. Its not about growth. Its about money. Aside from the taxes generated by new workers and business, there's also all the bribes, graft and corruption that goes with it. Money makes the world go round. The problem is that Average Joe ain't part of that world. All we get out of it is the shaft.
    7 points
  40. 7 points
  41. Comes with 4 mags, Leupold vx3-i 3.5-10x40 duplex reticle.$650. Rifle only $350.Wont let me post anymore pics. Says they are too big. I need a backup shotgun for Coyotes.
    6 points
  42. We hired the inspector, not the seller. He did catch other issues like I mentioned. It's well known that a home inspector will never catch every issue. I lived here 1.5 years before figuring this out. It's a 32 year old house so if this is my worst problem I'll take it. I'll get it fixed and move on. I'm going to get a few estimates from Heat and Air companies before ripping out the ceiling. They may have a solution.
    6 points
  43. I wonder how long before they disbar him? https://www.newyorkcriminalattorneyblog.com/new-york-supreme-court-justice-deems-new-yorks-red-flag-laws-are-unconstitutional/
    6 points
  44. 6 points
  45. Well, there's certainly a lot of interesting things happening in the world, and in America right now. Our nation faces some difficult days ahead. But if I had to prioritize things, I would have to say that the assault on our freedom of speech; as it's being exposed in the #TwitterFiles has to be the most dire. I don't know how closely you guys have been following this, but things are busting loose right now. They're finding evidence of direct government censorship, over topics like influence peddling by Hunter Biden, the truth about Covid, and the dangers of the mRNA vaccine. The Biden administration has been implicated in having hundreds, perhaps thousands of accounts shut down; and of having legitimate posts being removed, of healthcare professionals who were simply trying to warn people about the vaccine. Simply disagreeing with Biden's policies, was enough to get your social media account taken down. It's a huge deal, when hundreds of federal agents are taken off of criminal investigations, and tasked with being the thought police for the Biden crime family. It's a huge deal when ordinary Americans are deprived of their freedom of speech, simply because of their political affiliation. The MSM is calling it a nothing-burger. The truth is, these are actual federal crimes that were being committed by the Biden administration, and agents of our own government. The American people deserve answers. The Twitter Files is a good place to start... #Twitterfiles Part 1 - https://twitter.com/mtaibbi/status/1598822959866683394 #Twitterfiles Part 2 - https://twitter.com/bariweiss/status/1601007575633305600 #Twitterfiles Part 3 - https://twitter.com/mtaibbi/status/1601352083617505281 #Twitterfiles Part 4 - https://twitter.com/ShellenbergerMD/status/1601720455005511680 #Twitterfiles Part 5 - https://twitter.com/bariweiss/status/1602364197194432515 #Twitterfiles Part 6 - https://twitter.com/mtaibbi/status/1603857534737072128 #Twitterfiles Supplement - https://twitter.com/mtaibbi/status/1604613292491538432 #Twitterfiles Part 7 - https://twitter.com/ShellenbergerMD/status/1604871630613753856 #Twitterfiles Part 8 - https://twitter.com/lhfang/status/1605292454261182464 #Twitterfiles - TWITTER AND "OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES" - https://twitter.com/mtaibbi/status/1606701397109796866 #Twitterfiles - TWITTER FILES: HOW TWITTER RIGGED THE COVID DEBATE - https://twitter.com/davidzweig/status/1607378386338340867
    6 points
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