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  1. Pre warning blued Ruger Security Six, .38/.357 Magnum, 6 inch barrel and adjustable sights. Very good condition. $600 cash, no trade offers please.
    5 points
  2. The forecast changes every 15 mins. I'll wait & see what I get ( kinda like Christmas used to be ). I've got all the milk & bread sandwiches I can eat anyway. Maybe some snow cream. Been decades.
    3 points
  3. What the victim did was exceedingly stupid, I'm not defending that. But I tend to agree here... Rule #3: know your target and what's beyond. Some of those shots may have ended up in the house behind. No blue lights, no sirens, no verbal commands, just walk up and shoot through a fence? After having been on the porch and looked through the windows? No opportunity for surrender. I find that pretty disturbing.
    3 points
  4. Never loaded, never fired, new in box special edition Ruger Mark II .22 LR. William Ruger NRA Endowment certificate of authenticity included along with all original literature. This pistol is engraved with the NRA logo and the signature of Bill Ruger. It also has a special NRA serial number, white grips with red Ruger logo and magazine floor plate with red Ruger logo. $550 $500 FTF Rockvale/Murfreesboro area
    2 points
  5. Thinning the herd a bit, letting some items go that just sit. Available Is an unfired SOLGW EXO2 with a 13.7 barrel, midlength gas with a factory pinned and welded nox muzzle device to achieve 16". The nox will accept the Dead Air Keymo system. A more detailed description of components, https://www.rooftopdefense.com/product/sons-of-liberty-gun-works-m4-exo2-13-7-rifle-w-pinned-nox-5-56/ Comes with soft case and 3 n.i.p. 30rd mags. I am the original owner, prefer ftf meet in or around Murfreesboro. Buyer must be an established member and willing to show HCP, otherwise I may ask for a bill of sale to be signed. $1350
    2 points
  6. Hudson H9 Group contains: Original box 3x 15rnd mags 1x17 rnd mags Pistol This is a Hudson H9 made in temple TX. Comes with all the original gear and an extra 17rnd mag. Personally I equate it to a Glock with the fit and finish of a nice 1911. Asking $1100 for all Open to trades on a gen 4 or 5 Glock 9mm plus cash, prefer MOS and not heavily modified. 7049894008
    2 points
  7. At the end he makes a good point: write your s/n down on a piece of paper in your house. https://www.kcra.com/article/polk-city-iowa-arkansasgun-stolen-from-returned-26-years-later/38703367
    2 points
  8. I like it the more I see about it but the reality is bullpups just don’t rev my engine. They are incredibly awkward and require an entirely different train of thought when operating. And at $2,000 that’s a big no.
    2 points
  9. While I have my own feelings on the matter (which anyone who has been here for a number of years can already guess) we have an even longer standing policy that stories of police malfeasance not occurring in TN are not a fit topic of discussion here. So as much as I’d love to jump headfirst into it, gonna have to lock this thread.
    2 points
  10. How is that different from the gun grabber's "if it saves just one life" BS???? Not to mention, shouldn't the public demand that cops be honest? In court: "Were you lying then or are you lying now, detective?" How would a jury know which part was/is the lie? To me, resorting to lying means someone is too GD lazy to do their job properly.
    2 points
  11. I’ve had mine awhile too . I’d love to find a color case hardened 30-30 Henry . Those look great
    2 points
  12. Once I actually looked at the gun, I realized that its not real. That's a Mattel Tommy Gun toy! Maybe she means to get the bad guys with those killer legs.
    2 points
  13. Ive never seen one of those in the wild, let alone fingered one. Looks like it came from Blade Runner...cool piece
    1 point
  14. That a perfect Nashville (or TN) snow forecast and typical reaction by the public.
    1 point
  15. I have a detailed file with pictures and serial numbers saved across three different emails and backed up to a thumb drive.
    1 point
  16. Have you ever worked in law enforcement or the justice system? This is not TV drama.
    1 point
  17. Ya’ll ready for round three? Get your milk and bread before it’s gone!!!
    1 point
  18. True, but they can talk to you & lie like a dog & NOTHING will come back on them for it. But not vice versa, which is BS.
    1 point
  19. Oh I want one! The restoration must be costing a mint though.....
    1 point
  20. This is nothing new. Police have used this tactic forever. It is legal. In court as evidence, not. I've never been overly fond of the tactic , but if it gets a major felon off the streets, I can justify it. Sometimes you have to make a deal with the devil, so to speak. Just the way the system works.
    1 point
  21. If you think lever rifles are expensive, flip your tv over to the Mecum auto auctions. The classic cars have at least doubled since last year.
    1 point
  22. This part stuck out at me "She said her husband used her AR-15 and fired into the air as they heard their neighbors firing guns into the air, too. He does not have a concealed carry permit, but she does, she said, adding that the gun belongs to her. "We do this every year because it was New Year's Eve," she said. "Everybody (in the neighborhood) was shooting. It was a tradition. Everybody shoots on New Year's Eve." I have long wondered who the retards are that fire their guns into the air to celebrate. I cannot believe these people think this is acceptable. I had to go to YouTube to find the video. I guess I can see both points but I'm having a hard time finding sympathy for the deceased. He could have easily killed someone firing into the air like that. Did he deserve to die? No. But I also can understand why the cop might feel threatened. Imagine if he announces his presence and then the victim immediately unloads on him. That has happened before.
    1 point
  23. Listen to the audio, he says that into the radio before he shoots. He behaved more like a hit man than a cop. Easy for me to airchair quarterback, but it seems like it wouldn't take anything more than a few lights and sirens rolling in the neighborhood to put the kibosh on all that stupidity.
    1 point
  24. I'm "on the fence" when it comes to the Cops actions. Missed part where he looked through windows but that wouldn't tell you much. In hindsight we know this was just a fool shooting in the air to celebrate but man...who the hell empties multiple mags in a neighborhood like that for fun? He might have been a bad guy or crazy guy. That's what I would assume in my hood but every town has it's norms I guess. New years or not. If you assume shooter was an insane person shooting recklessly and randomly in a neighborhood your job is to stop the threat immediately before he kills someone right? Cop might of had a limited but good enough sight picture. If he announced POLICE!, crazy might have shot in cops direction or decided to take cover in home and prolong shooting spree. It was a weird scene, glad I'm not a cop in that situation. I probably would have called out to drop weapon and "hope" he was just a stupid drunk celebrating and would comply. But that would have been risky to the neighbors.
    1 point
  25. Never seen one of these before.. how unique! I can't tell if I'm supposed to be disgusted or delighted.. is that an integrated light below the barrel?
    1 point
  26. Me neither, but I like actual military rifles getting imported instead of neutered trash like the HK SL8.
    1 point
  27. The Carbine is in .41 Mag and the Rifle is in .357 Mag- Front hooded sights are the Lyman .50 height with interchangeable cross hairs- I have 2 Skinner Peeps and 2 Lyman fronts that I am not using now with the scopes- Old eyes aren't working so well with peeps-needed scopes-
    1 point
  28. The case hardened rifles came out awhile after I had mine but I sure would have bought one at the time I purchased mine-
    1 point
  29. I just can't get into bullpups for some reason.
    1 point
  30. Would somebody hurry up and buy this...
    1 point
  31. I use a spread sheet for my S/N inventory. I then email it to myself & stick it in the "saved" folder. That way even if my computer is stolen or my house burns to the ground, I still have my S/N list. Keeping the list accurate & up-to-date is a different story...........................
    1 point
  32. Maybe I need to watch that video again or get the information you have but I see a cop shooting through an obstacle at a not entirely clear target who is discharging a weapon into the air. Not shooting at any other individual, house, or whatever. Does that warrant being put down?
    1 point
  33. @OLDNEWBIE thanks for posting the video link. It's all much clearer now. Dude was emptying his magazine into the air! And that is as residential as it gets...look @ all the houses in every direction. Completely ridiculous to be discharging a rifle in that area, pointing up or not. What's crazy is the cops got there after his first volley & they were assessing next steps when the guy comes back outside & lets loose again with seemingly 20 rounds in rapid procession. The wife's statement was a lie (shocker! not...) More guns & body armor in the house when they went in. Guns just laying out & there are at least two (maybe 6) kids there? Seems like a "model" father. Here's what I know about wooden fences like the one that surrounded that porch - you can see thru the gaps in the slats and as you move and see thru more slat gaps you can get an idea of what's there. Plus the cop aimed high & got the idiot in the chest. I have no issue with the actions of the cop. Reckless endangerment like we see here by the shooting home dweller is no joke. Those bullets came down somewhere. Easily could have killed other people. You want to celebrate? Buy some firecrackers. Leave the guns in the house, preferably locked up if there are kids around.
    1 point
  34. Walmart in Jefferson City had single shots for $129 (I think) last week. Don't remember the brand but Google approved
    1 point
  35. I saw on their website they are closed the month of January for re-organization
    1 point
  36. I get it, I was the same way not too long ago. But even though I seek out more sources to verify articles I too am under the MSM rock somewhat in that many of them are jn lockstep with the 'facts' seemingly corroborating the reports and generally omitting some they should be pursuing. Project Veritas has broken many stories that, if we had a free press, should have been front page news, yet not even a peep. Take the selling of aborted fetus', wouldn't you think that would be a human interest story? Or how about, the Dominion guy saying the fix was in? No, no interest in covering that, instead we get vilification of a teen wearing a MAGA hat.
    1 point
  37. Exercise and keeping track of what you eat can help with maintaining current weight or losing pounds. Just adjust your calorie goals. Two apps help and they are completely free. Under Armour app Mapmyrun or walk or whatever you choose, log your exercise, it will sync with the app MyFitnessPal. (you log your daily meals). Set a weight loss goal based on your exercise level and calorie level. If you try these apps and stick to it you will see results. Make sure you check with your doc before starting an exercise or weight loss program. If all else fails consult a weight loss physician. I used to run or jog for exercise when I was younger. I mostly walk or bike now. I have had pretty good results using the two apps. You can exercise all you want but if you don’t track your food intake you won’t have much success.
    1 point
  38. The best CS I have ever had was with SCCY. Here and back with perfect function in 1 week. No charge and lifetime warranty. But I still prefer my M&Ps.
    1 point
  39. Doesn't sound like a good idea to me. If you screw the slide up it will be your problem. If S&W can not get it out they will put a new slide on the gun. Do it right and send it back even if you have to wait a couple of months.
    1 point
  40. This sounds like an amazing idea. As a final word on the matter: @DispositionMatrixnobody (especially me) is buying your attempts to deny that you were doing exactly what you did here. Some of us have been on the internet since before the World Wide Web was even an actual thing. We’ve had enough experience with a specific type of online behavior to recognize it when we see it. If it looks, walks, and quacks like a duck then it’s a most certainly a damn duck. You're on thin ice. My tolerance for this kind of scatological material of a bovine origin is very low. This discussion is closed.
    1 point
  41. Ok. Let’s get all the salt off the roads now so I can go back to riding my motorcycle.
    1 point
  42. Put a wash cloth or dish rag in a ball, under the water drip. You won't hear a thing.
    1 point
  43. Well, theres definitely more interest in all firearm types than ever before. And I think a lot of it is my age group, late 20's to early 40's. Most guys in that group have good jobs, are fairly settled, and guns are relatively cheap compared to some other hobbies. Priced a set of golf clubs lately? Or performance car parts? And by the time I hit 30, and most of my peers I know as well, we have all the tacticool we can stand so we start buying stuff that draws our attention. Old school steel, wood, high polish and engraving. Couple that with a restricted supply and prices start to sky rocket.
    1 point
  44. I also read today that a statue if Robert E. Lee was taken down and will be melted down to be used in "art". was it not already art? one cannot erase history by destroying monuments.
    1 point
  45. Sad & disgraceful. All I'm going to say here.
    1 point
  46. I'm currently reading The Real Anthony Fauci by RFK Jr. The ebook version is only $2.99 on Amazon and it's currently #1 on Amazon. I expected it to be a hit piece, but it's a thorough timeline of activities by Dr. Fauci and his acolytes to suppress use of prophylactic and therapeutic drugs, including but not limited to HCQ and Ivermectin. I'm shocked by what I've learned. It's much worse than we have been led to believe. Read ebook pages 88-100 deal with HCQ. 100-145 deal with Ivermectin. (and maybe more on IVM. I'm just at page 145 so far.) There are over 450 footnotes in Chapter 1. If you buy the ebook, you can click on the link and read the original document. Pages 134-142 is a transcription of a Zoom call with one of the most influential people in the world about Ivermectin. You will come to the same conclusion I did. He has been bought. He so much as admits it in the back and forth dialogue. I'm not sure I can post a link to buy the book, but surely everyone here buys things from Amazon. Get the ebook and you can start reading immediately. Please... buy this book. Read it. Post a link to it on all the other forums you're on and on your Facebook page.
    1 point
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