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  1. I have a Beretta Bobcat 21A in 22LR up for sale. This the tip up barrel model that allows for easy loading of the firearm for those who may not be able to rack the slide. Also, small enough for pocket carry. With it being in 22lr, make it a great and fun range toy too. $350 in South Nashville or Franklin area.
    5 points
  2. I’d be concerned about researching it too much. Google might send the ATF to my house.
    3 points
  3. I've decided to sale my Hungarian FEG AP-MBP 7.65 Browning/.32 ACP pistol. Pistol shows signs of wear but has a cool green finish on the lower receiver. Comes with 2 x 7 round magazines. Sights are minimal but I've found it to be a quite accurate little gun, easy hitting a 2" circle at 7 yards. Here's your chance to own a rare piece of history. Asking $275 OBO SPM FTF in the Hermitage/ Mount Juliet area. I think this is a fair price but I haven't been able to find any available online for comparison. i also have a few more than 300 rds of ammo (Fiocchi and Geco) that I wi
    2 points
  4. Here is a thought. First after explosion most thought is terrorism. If you have a plane looking to finish the job or do more damage you now stick out heading toward closed airspace. Also keep the nosey media choppers out of the area and I'm sure some of them would love to fly too low and possibly damage something or rotor wash move evidence.
    2 points
  5. So is the “faux outrage” still ridiculous? Is it not ridiculous that requiring people to “show their papers” to see a movie is now being discussed?
    2 points
  6. In the event there was another bomb. Flying debris is a hazard to aircraft.
    2 points
  7. It was for “marijuana-possess for resale”. Back then I guess that could have been a felony. I assume that would have been listed under “SEVERITY”, but it says “UNKNOWN”. He could have had it expunged or it could have been dismissed. https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/tbi/documents/AnthonyQuinnWarnerTORIS.pdf
    2 points
  8. From GoFundMe email notification: "Today by Dan Douchette, Organizer We did it. Holy smokes, there are no words that me or my family can say other than thank you all so much for your love, faith and friendship. I know my pop is overwhelmed to see the outpouring from all of his dear friends, old and new. And I personally will never be able to thank you all. You’re all family. Each and every one of you are beautiful souls. Thank you again The Douchette Family Dan Douchette Organizer Madison, TN"
    2 points
  9. I’m going to personally attack myself here.
    2 points
  10. I'd say you left NY to get away from a lot more than snow
    2 points
  11. Here is the reticle. Looks even better in person. Happy to meet you if you want to see it. I bought it about three years ago. I have the original box and all paperwork. I believe you can call Trijicon with the SN and get more info.
    2 points
  12. 1. Ruger SR22 w/original packaging (shot once) 2. Brick of CCI (minus one box) and a bag of hollow points. $400 FTF Must have HCP or valid TN drivers license with bill of sale. Trades (willing to add cash): - lever action marlin, win, rossi, rem etc - 18”-20" Mossberg, Benelli, Remington - high cap 45 Auto (Glock, Para, etc) - Revolver
    1 point
  13. Just picked this up last Friday at Goodlettsville Gun Shop, they handled the Transfer for me. I purchased this one off of another site I belong to. Came with orginal bag, owners manual, and one Mag. I found another orginal Mag. and bought it, man the original Mags. are expensive if you can find them. As soon as I feel well enough I'm going to take it out and run some rnds. through it. I've always wanted one of these for some reason.
    1 point
  14. Bought this for a project and decided to go in a different direction. Frame does NOT have the half moon cutout and comes with backstraps. Meet FTF somewhere close to Mt. Juliet and prefer selling to someone with HCP. Merry Christmas y'all.
    1 point
  15. Ads on TGO need a price attached. If you want to auction it, put it on gunbroker.
    1 point
  16. Just received an email from Atlanta Arms and they have 9mm Defense Ammo & .357 Magnum Ammo Available Now!! 9mm Elite Defense ammo for $25.99 per 20 round box. .357 Elite ammo for $19.99 per 20 round box. Get while you can it goes fast!!! https://atlantaarms.com/products/elite-defense-9mm-124gr-hp.html https://atlantaarms.com/products/elite-defense-357-magnum-125gr-jhp.html
    1 point
  17. Possibly so, but the premise was that businesses should get to make determinations on who comes in. ERs are businesses.
    1 point
  18. A bit far fetched, IMNSHO. Ironically though, we're spottily seeing something akin to that, in that overrun hospitals are having to turn away lots of less dire patient situations they'd normally admit. - OS
    1 point
  19. You'd be way better off with a .357 magnum load. Lots of people talk about energy needed to reliably kill. As long as you got penetration and at least a little expansion, they will kill fairly quickly. With a hard cast, you need a wide flat nose. It will work better if there's no expansion.
    1 point
  20. That's the issue. Will it kill a deer, yes. Will it do it humanely, probably not. I am talking factory loads. Like Gregintenn mentioned you could hand load something that could work well but .38 special would not be high on my list to hunt deer with.
    1 point
  21. I thought the same thing until my truck got loaded down with it. Worked great on my food plots.
    1 point
  22. Depending on what it was, it really isn't that hard. There are many many materials that can be used to make a rather impressive explosion. One of the things they taught us in Sapper School was the use of improvised explosives, and some worked better, IMO, than the commercially available products. One, a cratering charge, which is used to deny the enemy the use of landing strips, was just oil and fertiliser, with a stick of TNT as the charge. The TNT can be replaced with a pipe bomb, and the fertiliser (now hard to get due to McVeigh), an oxidizer, can also be replaced with varied types of
    1 point
  23. First and foremost I want to voice my extreme appreciation to @KahrMan for accelerating our ability to offer this to you. For those of you who have never had the pleasure of meeting him, KahrMan is without a doubt one of the most generous and selfless people I have known. When he read that the set-up for embroidery to do TGO logo apparel had a substantial cost, without hesitation he stepped in and made it happen. We are fortunate to have amassed a group of exceptional people here on TGO. Not a week goes by that I am not reminded of that. But generosity like this directly benefits all
    1 point
  24. Something positive in Kingsport for once.
    1 point
  25. McVey used diesel fuel and ammonium nitrate. Neither is all that expensive ...
    1 point
  26. He wasn’t unemployed. He did IT contracting. He had inherited some property. I’d say he was at least middle class. May have collected it for years?
    1 point
  27. I have a question. How does an unemployed IT guy lay hands on the amount of explosive necessary to produce this much damage?
    1 point
  28. At least down here the snow only stays on the ground for a few days to a week. Some years in NY we didn't see the ground from before Thanksgiving till March and the piles finally went away in April or May. My only surprise was when they talked about more snow at higher elevations that the 300' we are up on the side of the mountain can make a difference of 2 or 3" of snow from a mile away. A neighbor that now lives about 200 feet lower than us use to live about 300 feet further up and he said that would make another 2-3" of difference.
    1 point
  29. And for a long time it was Dick's on Peters, across from Harry Lane(Chrysler)
    1 point
  30. Yeah, I understand the economic argument, however.... If you fork over now for a permit that does not have an expiration, will they be able to prevent you from renewing it? I worry that one day politicians will attempt to make the permitting process much more onerous. I lived in NY for the first 40 years of my life, I speak from experience...So the thinking goes I'm permitted for life. They would have to revoke it, vs making renew difficult.Worth 200 clams to. me
    1 point
  31. For what it's worth, i would'nt recommend the 38 spl +p self defense ammo for hunting. Im thinkin the hollow points are constructed too light and might mushroom too quick for a decent kill. That bein said, i use an old 38-44 handload with a 173 grain SWC that chronographs an honest 1200 fps out of my 3 3/4 inch ruger sheriff usin 2400. That will kill em clean. leroy
    1 point
  32. The two ways we kill deer are by blood loss or hydrostatic shock, or both. Big slow bullets tend to kill by hemorrhaging while fast bullets, regardless of size, tend to drop game animals even faster by hydrostatic shock which pretty much snuffs out the nervous system, which is why many times when you pull that trigger on a high power caliber, the animal drops in its tracks. Using a slow, small pistol round to take a deer is minimal in my opinion. A .38 at 1200 FPS, even if it's a 158 gr., is still twice as slow as a 150 gr. out of a 30-30, which to most riflemen, is at the bottom of
    1 point
  33. Selling my LNIB STI 2017 Shot Show Special 9mm. I am asking $1600.00 for the gun. I have a total of 562 rounds through the gun and it is in excellent condition. Not Looking for any Trades please. I prefer payment in Cash, Cashiers Check, or USPS Money Order only please. Thanks for looking. The Gun Comes With: 1 - STI 126mm Magazine 1 - STI 140mm Magazine Special STI 2017 Shot Show Leather Case and Box "The purchaser of the gun must be a resident of the State of Tennessee, Must have a TN HCP, and fillout and sign Bill of Sale"
    1 point
  34. All assumptions until the alphabet agency makes up "the truth" they decide to release. Im sure it will sound plausible enough to pass the sniff test though.
    1 point
  35. Filled form, paid fee, smiled for picture. Lifetime permit came 2 weeks later.
    1 point
  36. I hope you're right, Darrell... but I have a feeling that a lot of folks we are counting on to hold the line won't be there.
    1 point
  37. And I disapprove of the way China treats Uyghurs. I’m not sure anyone cares what I think.
    1 point
  38. To be fair, we do it everywhere as well. We tell everywhere else what they need to be doing. I care about as much what they think as they do what I think. Of course some are going to think it’s great. So be it. I quit worrying about what others think a long time. Only those looking for validation will give two craps what China thinks.
    1 point
  39. This is in no way surprising, given the totalitarian nature of the Communist government in China. However, most of the world has no history of the "right to bear arms", and much of the world imposes restrictions, many severe, on private ownership and possession of guns. As such, many people across the world, not just those in dictatorships and under repressive governments, have little understanding of gun issues in the US, and honestly can't understand or sympathize with the existence of our second amendment, the number and prevalence of privately owned arms in the US, or our desire to maint
    1 point
  40. 1 point
  41. If you want to compare handgun sizes, I suggest: https://www.handgunhero.com/
    1 point
  42. plenty of folks carry full size guns......dress around the gun.
    1 point
  43. Get it, shoot it & hunt the hell out of it. That's what they're for man!
    1 point
  44. I finally committed to dry fire. It's working for me, YMMV This is 7 yards, ability to go out to 12. Promised my wife I wouldn't be putting bullet holes in it. Range lights on and off, with natural light, I can mimic different conditions.
    1 point
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