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  1. 5 points
  2. And might offer to buy them.
    3 points
  3. I thought I'd show off some work that I had done to a spare grip module for my Staccato C2. A gentleman named Zach, who posts as "Grip-It-Customs_" on Instagram (do note the trailing underscore in his name) did this for me last week and I couldn't be happier. Not only is the texture that he laid down perfect for EDC use, but a byproduct of removing the factory grip texture is that the overall circumference of the grip is slightly reduced. Since I'm a size-medium glove wearer, this translates into making the gun really fit my hand better than it already did. And for comparison, this is an old photo of what the gun comes with from the factory... I really couldn't be happier. And since the grip modules on these, while not exactly inexpensive, are replaceable it's not like I have permanently altered the gun in any way. Anyway, I feel like this is an example of plastic surgery gone RIGHT. Lord knows we've seen some stipple jobs on TGO that, no offense meant to the owners of those guns, looked like someone's dog had chewed on them for a few hours.
    2 points
  4. Tikka t3x in 6.5 creedmoor 20" barrel 338 rounds, top boxes are full, bottom boxes are not Leupold vx5hd 3-15 aluminum covers Tikka bag Limbsaver pad Cheek riser $700 gun, rings, bag, ammo $1,500 with the scope plus the rest Trade for a glock 17/17c or beretta 92x centurian plus cash Located in antioch, must have tn ID
    2 points
  5. Another source to get a feel for current values is GunBroker.You will have to search the completed sales, then it’s best to sort those by number of bids (most to least). This will give you a feel for the interest in the sale. Just remember that sometimes folks go a little stupid on GB and get in a bidding war. I usually look at multiple sales and then try to come up with an average value based on guns of the same condition. I also then price depending upon how quickly I want to move the fire arm.
    2 points
  6. If you can get a list of the guns and some pics there are a lot of guys here that could give you real world values.
    2 points
  7. Well, this one sucks. I've not had it long & wanted one for yeeeears, but I've got some major upcoming expenses that have to take priority. I can always buy another one later. It still sucks though. Pretty much mint condition, no marks anywhere I can find & a low round count. Not sure how many @AuEagle put through it, previous to my ownership, but I've put less than 100 shots down the pipe. It comes with 1, 10 round & 1, 20 round mag, plus the sling, Burris Scout 2-7x32 scope in Leupold rings. Also included is the USGI M14 manual of arms. It's a rock solid outfit & great fun to shoot! It has the least recoil of any rifle I've ever shot, bigger than .223! Never had a misfire or malfunction. $2000 all in or $1700 for the bare rifle, both mags & sling, no scope or rings (what I have in it)
    1 point
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  9. Hello, I am selling a BART police 357 Magnum revolver Model 586 serial number ABU7580 with the factory repair M stamp. The revolver seems to be in very good condition . I am not any kind of expert just my opinion. the bluing is intact (not holster worn). Cash only, in person sale within 30-40 miles of Cookeville.
    1 point
  10. The difficulty seating a mag aside, that is one sweet shooting handgun. It's WAY WAY more comfy to shoot than my compact P365 is. That longer grip will help a lot with consistency and accuracy since the trigger guard won't be digging into your middle finger so badly. The difference in felt recoil is much better due to a full paw on the grip too. One of the things the Europeans do that I don't like is they seem to put oversized trigger guards on everything. I get it, they think we all live in the Alps and wear ski gloves when we shoot, but I think I've worn a glove one time in my whole life for maybe one mag. It wasn't for me. I'd rather have the grip space back. I ain't gonna lie, I liked shooting your P-01 better, but I'm always gonna be partial to a good SA/DA trigger. Made me wish I'd brought my P-01 instead of my P365. LOL
    1 point
  11. Grimey’s and Phonoluxe are great. Third Man Records doesn’t have a lot of vintage but is worth a visit. McKay’s and Great Escape have a ton of stuff.
    1 point
  12. If you can post pics and good descriptions, I expect between us, we could get you headed down the right path. It won’t be an official appraisal, but probably worth at least what you paid for it. Condition is always of utmost importance. An appraisal is just one man’s opinion. You’ll get several here.
    1 point
  13. Gunners holster will make a Keydex and leather holster to fit just about anything. They are also very reasonably priced.
    1 point
  14. Good to go on all of that. The Remington is the oldest and it's way past the corrosive era.
    1 point
  15. I've had it happen twice with gas station purchases. One time it was $200 on my American Express, another time it was $600 on my bank card. All the while I still had my card. My cards were canceled and reissued and the money was reimbursed with no issues.
    1 point
  16. Jeb48 - Certified Badass: "I had a stroke last weekend . . . Anyway . . . here's a picture of a machine gun car." Everyone else reading this thread:
    1 point
  17. When you go to Europe they NEVER walk away with your card. You pay right at the table with a portable card reader. I've read that when Europeans visit the US they are confused and concerned when waiters walk off with their card. Thankfully more restaurants here are starting to let you pay at your table. Having said that, I worked in a restaurant for 6 years and I don't think that many waiters are stealing card info. It's probably more likely that people are falling for phishing hacks through their email and then info is compromised.
    1 point
  18. Here is the older ammo. I think it is 50s-60s.
    1 point
  19. 23 with a K barrel installed I believe.
    1 point
  20. There's a book available called "Bluebook of Gun Values". It might be worth buying the latest edition in order to get a ballpark idea of the gun values. There are auction sites, too, which seem to yield top-dollar for guns that sell. But there is an attendant hassle that goes with using that route. KahrMan is on the money, too.
    1 point
  21. My grandmothers both made cornbread. One made it every Sunday for lunch, after church. Mom made it every time we had soup beans or vegetable soup. I do the same.
    1 point
  22. Thanks for the well wishes. Had my first meeting with PT this morning. Lots of hope Moving slower on everything, trying to use left side as much as possible, typing is very slow but I keep correcting.
    1 point
  23. I’m with InertOrd13 on this- the console vaults look awesome AND their entire website line of products (which is vasty!) is 20% off this weekend! I just saw the code on the top banner of their site. Man, I’m thinking of their utility beyond securing my guns- as I nightfish for walleye & catfish and always worry about my nice Truck alone in the parking lot unattended at remote launch points.
    1 point
  24. Smoky Mountain Gun Works on Asheville Highway has both Fiocchi and S&B 9mm priced at $12.99 / 50 round box Picked up 7 boxes of Fiocchi for $99.34 after as sales tax and stamp
    1 point
  25. Alleycat... The " whose moral compass " question is a great one. One can make the case that laws are not " moral decisions " at all; but are rules that society agrees on via the vote ( here, at least for the time being ) and enforces via the law to keep guardrails on society. I happen to think that there are, indeed, " moral compasses " within all of us, whether we believe so or not. Morality is a personal issue as I see it. You decide to do or not to do certain things; therefore; morality cannot be imposed or demanded within an individual; it's kinda like being pregnant, you are or you ain't; there is no continuum of in between choices. That is the reason for the " you can't legislate morality " speech. Morality is a personal choice. America is unique in that different views are tolerated, but there is consensus via " representative Gubt " as to what the rules are and a fair bit of compliance ( up to now ) as to the majority of citizens agreeing with n following those rules. The purpose of the law is to control behaviors within society, and to punish,remove, or eliminate those who do not comply ( in an ideal society ). It is the framework of agreed to rules under which that society operates. It keeps society orderly. In our society, representatives of our society choose these rules ( laws ). Within that number of " representatives" there are all kinds of folks... The whole spectrum of society. There will be freaks, fruits, fairies, guttersnipes, priests, preachers, jhadists, and folks of good will in their number. They will agree on and make into laws the rules our society enforces. Choose your " representatives" carefully, they are your voice. That is exactly why this " McNally " thing is so hot a topic. leroy... junior lecturer in morality and ethics.
    1 point
  26. Nice. Currently I only have one HK rifle but it is a fairly rare one. HK 41
    1 point
  27. I won't, but I don't think they are always highly publicized beforehand. Years ago, a friend took his daughter to Disney World during gay week. He had no idea it even existed and was horrified and asked for his money back, which he didn't get. I guess you could simply argue he shouldn't have taken his daughter there. My daughter is in no danger from a priest or pastor. But bashing anything religion-oriented is another fashionable phenonenon nowadays that is also curiously promoted by the same people pushing LGBTQ.
    1 point
  28. I have no problem with the drag show legislation. LGBTQ folks can do whatever they like with each other, but when they wear fake boobs and a bondage outfit and do a stripper-ish routine at the local zoo or library and bill it as a “family friendly” event for kids, that’s a problem.
    1 point
  29. And also a great host of Unsolved Mysteries. One of my favorite shows as a kid.
    1 point
  30. Beretta 81 BB in .32 ACP. Easy to carry, has a decent trigger, light weight,12 in the mag one in the pipe, accurate. Not powerful compared to bigger cartridges but I can hit you in the head with it at any reasonable distance all day long. Love how it feels in your hand, like a full size gun. Mine was surplus from the Italian Forrest Service and was like new for $349.00 and shipping a few years back and can still be found for about $100.00 more as can the .380 version. You can convert the 81BB to .380 with a barrel and magazine swap and shoot both. Not what I carry every day but I have carried it quite a lot, much more than I ever imagined I would.
    1 point
  31. “Not only have Tennessee Republicans now become the laughingstock of the nation, the bottom line is this: Randy McNally is a predator,” Warner said in the statement. Note the bold words. Republicans all over the country have gone nuts and Tennessee is leading the charge. Drag shows, LGBTQ, abortion and so on. You CAN NOT legislate morality! Its been tried for centuries and has NEVER worked. More often than not, it comes back to bite the butt of those trying to force their values on others. I may not agree with your lifestyle choices, but I fully support your right to choose for yourself. How a person chooses to live their life ain't nobody else's damned business!
    1 point
  32. Robert Stack in "The Untouchables" ?
    1 point
  33. One hundred points to the person or persons who can name this man:
    1 point
  34. That's the best stippling job I've seen. I might could even go for that.
    1 point
  35. (6) CZ 18rd magazines for SP-01, Shadow, Shadow 2 and 75. $360 worth of magazines for $150
    1 point
  36. Sorry, no. I just found it with a quick Google search. I'd probably go with the Kydex to provide some protection for the optic. If you aren't concerned about that, another unconventional option would be this: https://garrisongrip.com/ruger-max9/ I bought a couple (always good to have a spare) for my Kel-Tec P32 that I use for my "robe gun" around the house. I tested it outside and cannot pull the trigger with it in place. It takes a little bit to get used to as you push the trigger stop out of the way and then have to move your finger from behind the trigger to in front of the trigger.
    1 point
  37. Another highly underappreciated gun is the Colt Mustang. This little pocket .380 is a wonderful pistol. Its basically a miniature 1911. Its locked breech design make recoil easy to manage and its more than accurate enough for its purpose. I have two of these. A first issue all steel model from 1983 and a newer XSP version. The XSP was what I carried on my daily exercise walks. With its polymer frame and stainless steel slide, its about as sweat proof as a gun can get. This is the only plastic gun I own. or likely ever will. But does it get the recognition it deserves? Hell NO! Instead you hear about the Sig P-238 and Kimber Micro .380. Both of which are clones of the original Mustang that preceded them by many years. AND the Mustang is usually as much as $100 cheaper.
    1 point
  38. I'll add a couple more. Makarov's, once the trigger weight is adjusted, are fine guns. Of course they are simplified Walther PP versions. The Tokarev pistols are pretty good takes on Browning's designs and the 7.62x25 is a fantastic round. Wish the round had more market.
    1 point
  39. Detonics Combat master 45. Pocket Howitzer
    1 point
  40. The Baldr S works great. Bright light and laser and locks tight with no movement. Nice fit on the P-01 and the buttons are easy to reach and press. I did need to take some metal off the locking bar on the unit but that too wasn't a big deal with 320-grit paper. I found mine on ebay for 90 with sales tax bringing it to 98. Pretty good deal and free shipping.
    1 point
  41. I am less than an hour away and avoid that area. It is not my idea of fun.
    1 point
  42. I have 3 requirements for a flashlight: 1. Bright 2. Handy 3. Batteries don’t leak and ruin the thing Don’t care who make it or where. That’s all I want.
    1 point
  43. You shouldn’t put quality knives in the dishwasher.
    1 point
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