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  1. 5 points
    You can download an Affidavit of non-dealer transfer on line or pick up a copy from your county clerks office. The top of the form has 2 options. First is a Relative transfer and to be tax exempt it must be from a spouse, sibling or any other lineal relative. Option 2 is gift transfer or low selling price to a person other than tax-exempt relatives. I’ve done a couple of these and they were quite simple. The county clerks office can walk you thru and my suggestion is take the existing title there and tell them what you are trying to do.
  2. 2 points
    1000 loose rounds of 55gr Hornady .223. Has been stored in ammo can inside. Nashville area $210.00
  3. 2 points
    Here is a video review of the G43x that also includes a comparison with the G48. Not quite sure this is supposed to be out there yet but it is. https://www.full30.com/embed/MDE4NDk0 The two-tone finish has to go.
  4. 2 points
    Good of you man. Offer it to someone who can get some use out of it. My wife would kill me if I said "I'll take it" to this. I'm a scavenger and see constantly battles me on it. lol I've brought home tables, chairs, shelving, hollow core doors, and my favorite, scrap wood from building sites. Of course after I see that it's ok from the guys on site. lol Anyway, I'm sure someone can use this. Thanks.
  5. 2 points
    I have looked for history books at the used book stores, online and in regular stores but finding something that you feel is telling you the truth is hard to pick out. I know every book has a slant from the author whether intentionally or not but finding something that is relatively fair to all sides is fairly difficult. I have also read several accounts of Wounded Knee slanted to each side. Most do tend to lead towards the uncertainty of who fired first or at times out right blaming the other side. The results are horrible either way but we also don't know what really happened as far as who was firing from where. If shots were coming from (or assumed to be) coming from the teepees, I can see why they fired into them which could lead to some of the deaths of the women and children. The biggest thing that we can't understand or feel from this distance in time is the true fear and hatred each side had for the other. Both can make people do some really horrible things.
  6. 2 points
    Patience Gentlemen. He may have gotten all the info he needed. After all, it'd s 1911. They are pretty much all built the same, just with different tolerances.
  7. 1 point
    Like new upper receiver with quality parts. Less than 6 months old with no blemishes. Around 250 rounds through it with no malfunctions. BCM upper receiver Geissele MK14 15” rail in DDC color configuration Geissele Super Gas Block Ballistic Advantage 16" .223 Wylde BA Hanson Stainless Steel Midlength AR 15 Barrel, Premium Series VG6 GAMMA 556 compensator No other attached accessories are included. I will include a Geissele swag pack and all of the original boxes. $540 firm in green hills or cool springs. Could possibly ship to an established member but would prefer not to.
  8. 1 point
    I have a very nice Remington 5r 300wm for sale. The action has been trued and blueprinted. The trigger has been tuned as well. It’s in a bell and Carlson stock and has a muzzle break and adjustable cheek price. Comes with everything pictured except for the scope. It shoots 215gr Berger hybrids around .5 moa depending on shooter ability. It’s a great hunting or long range rifle. I’ve shot it to 1250 yards no problem. Price is 900 cash or possibly open to trades. You can reach me at 615 318 six six zero seven.
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  10. 1 point
    I'll pass on this with it being a 9mm , BUT ,,,,,, if Glock has this same gun in .45acp with 10 rds and just as thin , I'd snatch it up quick.
  11. 1 point
    Still wimpy and communist Give me all the rounds.
  12. 1 point
    Looks like a solution lacking a problem.
  13. 1 point
  14. 1 point
    Or possibly someone very new, somewhat embarrassed, and bought a 1911 as their first handgun
  15. 1 point
    ^^This. I have done it with my late mother's car. She wished it given to her brother. I took the title to the local county clerk's office, explained what was happening, and was done in less than 5 minutes. It did help that my family was known there, so no problems at all about the gift to a relative transfer.
  16. 1 point
    Was thinking the same thing all along. No real info ever given, even with repeated questions. What kind of firearms person would buy a 1911 and not identify it when talking about it? Very strange post. And a first-timer from Florida. All combine to be very, very strange.
  17. 1 point
    Sounds like a troll to me......
  18. 1 point
    There's a form on the site Davetn linked that handles that. Take the family member who's gifting the vehicle with you and explain what you're doing. It's easier in person than trying to Google all the answers. Ask me how I know
  19. 1 point
    1. Have whoever's name is on the title now sign the back as the seller 2. Take signed title to your local County Clerk's office 3. Write a check for title fees and applicable sales tax If the sales price falls below what is known as "fair market" value, you will have to prove the actual selling price by some sort of affidavit, the folks at the Clerk's office can explain all that to you ...
  20. 1 point
    I have not yet read Representative Dickerson's bill. Consequently, I do not have a concrete or meaningful opinion on it. However, I deeply distrust any individual who uses the phrase "gun violence". It is a cheap catchphrase often used by a segment of the American population that seeks at all costs to do two things: 1) convince us that individual responsibility is somehow inadequate; and 2) convince us that there is such a thing as perfect and constant safety. My starting point is a firm belief that grown folks should be left alone until their conduct puts others in immediate danger, and that when that happens, it is sufficient to hold the wrongdoing man responsible without looking beyond him. It would be unthinkable to enact a law allowing judicial circumscription of a man's freedom of religion because others believe he's off his rocker. Heller and McDonald are the law; the right is as much an individual right as the right to worship God as each man sees fit. There is no clear or persuasive reason why one constitutionally protected right is due less legal protection than another. Many in the State House are not attorneys and are not even well-read on legal issues. I hope Representative Dickerson is aware of the constitutional issues raised by any preemptive curtailment of a Tennessean's rights.
  21. 1 point
    Tennessee history was required in school when I was in seventh grade. That was like 1980 and the textbook was blue, I believe it was The Blue Book. Every year Tennessee publishes The Blue Book. They used to actually print it in nicely bound book form and mail it to you for free before the internet. All you had to to was call and ask. Now it’s all online but a great and fascinating resource....https://sos.tn.gov/content/tennessee-blue-book
  22. 1 point
    Buddy...you are a master of understatement!
  23. 1 point
    Regardless of how those that don’t appreciate education think, history and “social studies” are very easily manipulated and for some reason to tend to evolve to suit the current generation. My FIL is a retired history professor and constantly laments the revisionist historians that have now taken over the profession. Textbooks are constantly updated and sometimes “cleansed” to make sure the children are being given the proper slant. Most of the facts are still there but the presentation can often be infused with opinion.
  24. 1 point
    Wow, a 5 screw 44spl. What a great pass me down. Make sure nothing in that holster like the snap can get anywhere close to the cylinder. A real gem of an American treasured classic...... You Lucky dog you!
  25. 1 point
    No idea, I just looked at the course offerings and what the state now considers as required standards. According to most on here, I spent 33 years indoctrinating unsuspecting minds with leftist ideology and communist principles all under the guise of teaching Algebra, Chemistry and Physics at the high school level so I have no current knowledge of how social studies classes operate ...
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  27. 1 point
    I don't post a lot but let's face it, there are plenty of gun laws on the books now that aren't being abided by the crooks and thugs. Look at the facts, when I was a kid in the 50' & 60's you didn't hear about folks shooting up schools. The AR's made in the 60's are just like the ones made now, they haven't changed. PEOPLE have changed. Start by putting God and prayer back in schools, whipping a kid's butt if he/she needs it, ban all the stupid computer games that encourages shooting people etc. We don't need any more gun laws, we need to change the idiots that abuse them!
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  29. 1 point
    Very few schools keep 100 year old books ...
  30. 1 point
    The G24 in 40 is fun too. But if you really want tohave fun, and wake the neighbors...get a .357 Sig barrel for the G24. It will wake people in the next city and put out a flame that is unbelievable.
  31. 1 point
    If you’re going with plastic, a long slide G34 is a lot of fun.
  32. 1 point
    Vote Republican, they said; it'll protect your gun rights, they said.
  33. 1 point
    In my opinion which is not much. "I say take the law and stuff it". It is just going to cause feuds in families, come between friends and even people in the snowflake catagory will be accusing someone of something just because they don't believe in the same thing. As far as the accuser paying double or even triple the damages the accused went through the only winner is the court system and lawyers. The damage is already done by this point. I still believe if you give the anti-gun people an inch of our rights according to the Constitution it is 1 inch to much!!!!!
  34. 1 point
    This is why we can’t have nice things. Here’s some lovely ammo for the folks who’d like to repeal “guns in bars” as it was so wonderfully dubbed back in the run up to restaurant carry being passed. I’ll be honest, I don’t think it’s a big deal to have a drink or two while carrying. If you are unsafe with a gun after a drink or two, it’s probably not the gun that is the problem. But crap like this is what makes life hard on the rest of us. Whatever you do and however you do it, be responsible and safe while doing it. If you screw up, own it. Don’t run off like a coward. Whatever you do, stop making life hard on the rest of us!
  35. 1 point
    No need to prove he was impaired for criminal charges. He discharged a firearm in a restaurant putting everyone in danger and damaging property. He then left.
  36. 1 point
    In TN, he could lose his permit, regardless of impairment, if it is proven he had ANYTHING to drink.
  37. 0 points
    I remember, not so long ago, 10 rounds was considered wimpy and downright Communist. Now, it's all the rage.
  38. 0 points
    Guess these two never got the memo about the whole drinking and carrying thing ...
  39. 0 points
    Beretta 92. A frame that fat should hold 24 rounds, not 15. Do we even need to mention the horrendous DA/SA trigger? True, you can't complain about it being light.
  40. 0 points
    These types of things are to be expected at a place that serves nachos in dog food bowls.
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