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  1. I think I got a pretty fair deal on this one in 25-36M (25-35 Win). The guy wanted 1K, I offered 8 and met in the middle at 900. The bore looks shootable but has fine pitting all threw it with the lands being on the some what shinny side. I have over 300 fired 30-30 brass so I'm looking to resize some into 25-35. Anyone here done that? It has original sights and the screw slots are only slightly worked. Now its the mate to my 1893 30-30 take down. Just can't put my finger on out of all the rifles out there, a nice original shape 1893 calls to me. Pick one up off a table and my brain turns to jelly with wants.....just crazy.....Must have spent alot of time with one in my hands in a past life!
    6 points
  2. I have the following reloading equipment, brass and bullets that would make a good setup for someone beginning reloading. - Lee Classic Turret Press -Dies for. 38, .357, .40, .45 ACP, .44 Special and .45 Colt. -RCBS Scale - Franklin Arsenal Rotary Tumbler -Brass for .38, .357, .44 Special and .45 Colt. Not sure of the count of each. -Bayou Bullets- all lead coated - in .38 (100) 158 gr. SWC, .44 Special (150) 240 gr. SWC, .45 ACP (200) 230 gr. RN, .40 (450) 175 gr. SWC and .40 (500) 180 gr. TCG. All counts in parentheses are approximate. I will not break this up as I am moving to Knoxville and need to move this quickly. I am located just south of Franklin. Please PM me for the pick up location. Thanks
    5 points
  3. Marlin Model 1895 45/70 GOV'T with a 22" barrel Lever Action Rifle This rifle was manufactured in 2001 and is JM STAMPED on the barrel. with XS Sight Systems Lever Rail with Ghost Ring Sights, set up to use a FX™-II Scout 2.5x28 (also listed for sale) This rifle functions flawlessly and is in excellent condition. The bore is in excellent condition as well. There are some very minor scratch on the butt, but overall the rifle is in great condition. Cleaning out the safe, no trades needed please. Must be 21, a Tennessee resident, and legal. Not a prohibited possessor. Sorry, I'm not driving to meet anywhere except for the Smyrna Police station. Too many instances so I'm keeping it safe and legit for all parties. Thanks,
    4 points
  4. Or an excellent deal from a great TGO member
    4 points
  5. Up for sale is my Sig MPX 9mm carbine. Comes with 3 factory magazines and an EOTech 511 sight. Gun has been shot very little and is in excellent condition. $1600 in the greater Nashville area.
    3 points
  6. All are made from 3/16" thick 1084 carbon steel and all have thumb jimping on spine. All come with combo kydex/leather sheath shown. 1. Small 9" OAL with a 4 1/2" cutting edge. Osage Orange handles with grip design carved in. Brass pins and lanyard tube. $90. shipped. 2. Medium 9 1/2" OAL with 1/2" cutting edge. Spalted Oak handles with manzanita and G10 accents and liners. Brass pins and lanyard tube. $110. shipped. 3. Large 11 1/2 OAL with 6 1/4" cutting edge. African Blackwood handles with Padauk and D10 accents and liners. Brass pins and lanyard tube. $140. shipped. Thanks for lookin'!
    3 points
  7. I had to teach one of my kids not to limp wrist a semi auto pistol. I expect this is fairly common.
    3 points
  8. Very nice New Vaquero in 357. Includes original case, extra set of grips and Ruger holster. $850
    2 points
  9. Bipod not included. ZEV forged upper and lower receivers precision machined from 7075-T6 aluminum for strength and light weight, finished in true black type III class 2 hard coat anodize. ZEV Wedge Lock hand guard provides a full length continuous top rail with M-LOK mounting system. The integrated anti-rotation pin ensures a consistently aligned and continuous top rail with the upper receiver. ZEV match grade 416R stainless steel 16” barrel with bronze PVD coating, chambered in .308 Winchester with a 1:10 twist and mid-length gas system. Capable of consistent sub-MOA accuracy with high quality factory ammunition. ZEV Muzzle Device. Low profile fixed gas block. H3 carbine buffer increases dwell time and reduces port pressure to ensure reliable extraction and a smooth recoil impulse. Mil-spec chrome lined BCG with a manganese phosphate finish for improved lubricity and corrosion resistance. Flat face AR Gold trigger from ATC features a 2.5lb pull with a short reset and clean break that is second to none. Ambidextrous operating controls for the safety selector, bolt release,and magazine release. Mil-spec buffer tube provides six buttstock adjustment positionsfor user customization and comfort. ZEV Slide Lock charging handle permits ambidextrous manipulationwith an extended and textured latch for superior grip and ergonomics. Mil-spec staked castle nut with Magpul ASAP QD endplate with integralambidextrous QD sling attachment point. Completed with Magpul furniture and one PMAG magazine. Bipod not included. Length 35" Weight 7.5 lbs Material 7075-T651 Forged Aluminum Finish True Black Class 2 Type 3 Hard Coat Anodize Tolerance
    2 points
  10. 16” Springfield Saint great rifle has a key mod rail and strike industries epsilon muzzle brake only selling to fund a galil or Bren ms2 located in opry mills area Sold contact 61539zero78six7
    2 points
  11. I would like this please. Sending pm
    2 points
  12. Actually, most of it was over the fact that I'd brought a pretty much brand new gun to the class. And admitted it. lol. I'd probably shot about 200 rounds or less with it, so some of the comments were well deserved. Well...he did use me as the class whipping boy. lol. Since we knew each other a bit, I got to experience the "correct vs incorrect" ways of doing things for the class. I was the demo guy. At least the demo dummy for that class. It was fun though. I brought up all those questions everyone wanted to ask, or should ask, but were afraid to. So I was always up front and being shown as the person being attacked and then showing all the reactions Buford wanted for the class. I didn't mind. I learned more than I thought I would that weekend. Actually did a 2 day course. About 6 hours of classroom, then on to the range for drills and then qualification shooting.
    2 points
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  15. 629 classic. 44 mag. VZ grips and factory grips. Factory box. Has Wilson kit installed. $1000 9316258386
    1 point
  16. Here's a few pictures of some S&W Revolvers that I have bought in the last 6months.
    1 point
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  18. Big shout out to Randy Harris @Cruel Hand Luke for 1st place, Back Up Gun Division Strategy: Pick a gun you don't ordinarily shoot and carry Show up at the match Shoot Win
    1 point
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  20. Even an ArmyBrat can compliment a MarineDad....... Well done Sir!
    1 point
  21. Nah, Para Ordinance was bought out by Remington some years ago and killed off. But there are still plenty of them out there. I have one and I'll tell ya, without a mag loading tool, you ain't gonna get 14 rounds in that mag by hand. However, there are several companies making what are commonly referred to as 2011 Models. That is double stack, high capacity 1911s. Many of them use modular type frames with a steel upper section and a poly grip. Here's my Para Ordinance SF-45-A. These were custom, limited edition pistols offered only to active duty combat troops stationed in the sand box during 2009-10. My younger son was in Iraq at the time. He ordered two and gave me one of them .
    1 point
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  23. Rifle is in perfect condition and has a killer trigger!!!! I bought it and have hardly used it. The scope is like a $200 Bushnell which works great and it is mounted on a 1 piece DNZ scope mount, rock solid. I have one box of brand new Hornady Superformance ammo to go with it. I have more ammo plus reloading supplies if required, dies, brass, bullets etc.
    1 point
  24. Location is Murfreesboro, priced on a you come to me basis. Initial comms through PM. No trades. Must be TN resident. Steyr AUG, model AUGM1MUDH. Bought new in late ‘19. I really didn’t shoot it much. 300-500 rounds through it. Minor safe wear, nothing if significance. Best bullpup trigger I’ve felt with that 20/20 sear mod in it. Highly recommend that. I have the extras priced a la carte below. Included: Gun, box, manual, sticker One 30 round mag Surefire SOCOM 3 prong 1/2x28 flash hider Factory parts (will be reinstalled if you choose not to get corresponding part below) $1400- will eventually cross post elsewhere Available- will not sell anything below until the gun sells: 20/20 Sear Mod $70 PuP light Mount $50 Steyr suppressor gas regulator $100 (hard to find) Gearhead Works charging handle $25 Midwest Industries Sling Swivel (rear) $20 (10) 30 round mags (not pictured), excellent shape $20 each, $200 total (2) 42 round mags (not pictured), excellent shape $25 each $50 total Also not pictured gen 1 Vortex AMG UH1 Huey, with box. $300
    1 point
  25. Sold, thanks TGO!
    1 point
  26. Tap his screen name, scroll up to the profile, his location is there . Hope this helps, Mike
    1 point
  27. I have one and have never opened it. I 3D printed a Clevis pin type tool and use it.
    1 point
  28. If it falls through message me. Thanks
    1 point
  29. I can believe it. I almost messaged you a week ago because I was very tempted on it but ended up buying a CB1000r . So I have it sitting next to my speed triple which my wife is very excited about.
    1 point
  30. Based on some quick research, it appears to be a Gen 2. It has the keymod handguard, is marked multical, and the magazines all have the FDE follower. The muzzle does look pinned; I've never had the handguard off.
    1 point
  31. First off...I love the 1911 platform. Secondly, I'm not the most ardent in cleaning and lubing my guns. I do get lax with it at times. But I have been taught, and re-taught from personal experience that a 1911 must be 1...kept well lubed, and 2 realistically clean. Doesn't have to be spotless, but clean. My biggest problem is lubing, I admit it. But the 1911 likes "wet" not dry. It doesn't have to be dripping, but if you can pick it up and get an oily feel on your hands...the odds are you are keeping it properly. Some will run with less lube, some with more. You have to find which way yours prefers. JMO
    1 point
  32. If you have a problem with several 1911's there must be a common problem. Were each properly cleaned and lubricated? What ammunition were you trying to use in them? I've had problems several times with welding equipment. After receiving proper training the problems were resolved.
    1 point
  33. Ain’t nothing like an A1 slick side upper.
    1 point
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  35. All good suggestions and you are thinking along the correct lines. I was at the same crossroads years ago as I ride my horses over my farm and in the connecting wooded areas of the community. Some rides can be several miles over some rough territory. While the snakes and critters are a concern, given the direction of society in general, it is the "two-legged" critters that concern me the most so I want reliability as well as firepower. My current selections consist of a rotation between my Glock 20 (10mm) and my Ruger SP-101 in .357. Both have all that I need and are very easy to carry in an environment where I am not concerned about concealability, "printing" or other such things. Best of luck to you and enjoy the outdoors.
    1 point
  36. I have a Judge that I find to be rather useless. I have never had a good reason to shoot a snake, but I have a rat problem in an outbuilding (all the more reason not to shoot snakes). I've killed a bunch of rats with the Judge, but it has an effective range on rats of about 4 feet using .410. make sure your are wearing eye protection at those distances, I caught some shot ricocheting to my face last week. I find the grouping using the 45LC out of the Judge to be less than impressive.
    1 point
  37. I put some miles on it today. It is windy, but still very nice. I got over 48mpg on the last tank of gas. That’s pretty cool! I’m sure hoping to wear out a set of tires this year.
    1 point
  38. I bought some Red Army steel cased ammo at Ace hardware Yesterday.
    1 point
  39. It is something that may superficially appear to be a duck, but does not meet the statutory definition of a duck. Allowing unelected bureaucrats to change and reinterpret the law to suit their whims does not result in more freedom for anyone. It was a bad precedent set with the bumpstock ban and exactly what those of us who decried it at the time warned everyone about. This is incremental groundwork that’s being laid that can eventually allow for the reclassification of modern semiauto rifles as machine guns. The ATF is going to keep pushing as far as they can unless they are stopped.
    1 point
  40. Apparently our Gov/Military made stupid decisions even way back. I'm sure the soldiers were like, what the h-e- double hockey sticks is this?
    1 point
  41. The failure of the .38 Colt against the Moro tribesmen prompted the Army to reassess their current sidearms and look for something better. The 1911 was developed as a Cavalry sidearm. The idea was to duplicate the .45 Colt revolver cartridge in a semi-auto pistol. The criteria was it should be able to kill a horse at 100 yards.
    1 point
  42. If 'popular' was my criteria for a pistol, I would have a glock or taurus 9mm. Most of my pistols are 1911s in 9mm and 45 acp. I haven't bought ammo for them in several years although I shoot weekly.
    1 point
  43. I carry a 38 spl and 357 most times. If I IWB carry it is an MP 9MM C 2.0. My primary is a 2" 357, 7 shot revolver. Most shootings are 3 rounds or less, if average. Have no problem feeling I am not prepared if forced into a confrontation. When I am on my daughters horse farm, located in Eagleville TN, I carry the 38 with snake shot. I am doing a lot of woods and brush removal right now. Glad snakes are, for the most part, asleep. Got a Hunt X hunting ape on my phone and it is great for finding property lines in wooded areas. We are marking and cutting horse trails on 90 acers. Just finished marking 61 acers yesterday and still have 28 acers left to mark. It is very thick with underbrush and trees. Want to get it marked before snakes come out. I always take snake medicine (38 Spl) with me even now. Just never know. The 38 Spl has been doing self defense duty, mostly successfully, for years. I have learned it isn't the arrow, as much as it is the Indian, that brings a satisfactory conclusion to deadly threats. One must be able to put them where they need to be for a satisfactory conclusion. At soon to be 74 (2 weeks) my want to ability is slowly waning. I am needing to practice more and more, but pray often I will never be forced to call on my waning skills. My mother used a pre model, SW model 10 4" 38Spl revolver, when I was 4(1952), that had a lifelong effect on my life. You younger "whipper snappers", enjoy your youthful abilities. Agent Orange, and age has had a detrimental effect on my later years, however I have found "Jesus Christ" so I got the dying taken care of. Listen up guys! IMO, it ain't bull hocky. Peace with death in life, belief in Jesus Christ is the answer. Bible says He is the only way, and "I believe it."
    1 point
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