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  1. 4 points
  2. I've tried and enjoyed these. BTW these are all the same 10/22. 1. Blackhawk Axiom stock. Lightweight and was great when my kids were small and growing. 2. Magpul X-22 stock. Great stock. A little heavy but solid and adjustable lop. 3. Desert Tech Trek-22 bullpup. This is my current stock and I love it.
    3 points
  3. My son-in-law ordered me a kitchen knife sharpener, from Amazon, while they were here last week. My old one that came with the kitchen knife set is worn out. It was just a steel rod type. This new one is a drag through made by "Kitchellence." It is a 1, 2, and 3 drag thru process. 1 is a rough cut on the blade cutting edge, and 2 is a more suttle cutting on the blade, and the number 3 is a ceramic dressing drag through. It takes about 4 drags on each number and the thing will cut anything. I even sharpened my pocketknife, this morning, and it is totally sharpened. The appliance is a small stable handheld appliance with a rubber coating that sets stable on the counter. Has a cut through glove to put on your hand that holds the large handle made on the sharpener. One just aligns the knife blade straight, with the sharpener, and drag the knife thru one way. Don't know how much it cost, but "That thing works" guys.
    3 points
  4. DHF, that is the one I have. Thanks for the link/picture. It is great for the kitchen. Bout 4 licks on each number and the knife will be very sharp.
    3 points
  5. Les baer recon with tlr-1 like new in box. $2800 or trade on other quality pistols.
    2 points
  6. If this is it, looks like it is currently $9.80 on Amazon if you have Prime (Cyber Monday deal). I think it is $12.99 otherwise). I may have to check it out. Thanks.for sharing. https://www.amazon.com/Kitchen-Knife-Sharpener-Sharpening-Cut-Resistant/dp/B079WWFZY6/
    2 points
  7. Every team plays close games from time to time. The good teams win those games. I'm no Alabama fan, but that win over Auburn in the final seconds was really something.
    2 points
  8. *most offensively stereotypical Italian accent possible* Beretta some Smiths: Model 13-3, Model 52, Model 645 customized by Novak's, Model 37 flat latch, Model M&P 10mm
    2 points
  9. I was pretty sure the rule would not stand, so I registered four of my lowers and will put regular stocks on two of them and leave the Maxim braces on the other two, but will keep an eye out for rods that can give a longer LOP, though they are not too bad as-is. I am not out anything except postage and an fingerprint ink pad, these were purchased through an FFL, so they already had my info (as if they didn't anyway) but now I am up $400 from the .gov. I am not opposed to registering, like I said they already have my info, but am highly opposed to paying a tax to exercise my rights, the only reason I even got a Concealed Carry Permit was for reciprocity. If the HPA ever passes, I will make one, but will not pay a tax to have one.
    2 points
  10. For sale only - In Knoxville Sig Sauer P220 Elite Platinum - .45 ACP. From the Sig Custom shop. Elite Platinum has aluminum grips, adjustable rear sight, high polish stainless slide on black frame, 2 magazines. Never fired. $1300
    1 point
  11. For sale only - In Knoxville (some of these hurt to have to sell...) Winchester 94 AE lever action rifle in .307 Win. Checkered walnut. 18 boxes of Winchester .307 ammo and about 40 rounds of reloads. $1400 for the rifle, scope (Simms 2-7x32) and 40 rounds of reloads. I have 18 boxes of Winchester 307 Win that I will let go with the rifle - $2000 for everything. I will not sell the ammo unless the rifle has been sold and the buyer gets first option to buy it. Thanks!
    1 point
  12. This by far is the best 1911 I have ever owned Rock River Arms 1.5 Inch at 50 yards, much better than the SRP I had from Les Baer, the fit and finish is better than the Ed Brown’s I owned over the years
    1 point
  13. My 3 year old will likely never need to purchase a gun of his own. He really enjoys shooting his Cricket and I expect that he will grow into the hobby. He has already been gifted 2 10/22s, so I'm thinking that it may be fun to build one up for him. Blackhawk makes an adjustable stock that I will probably get so he doesn't have to grow into something bigger. So I suppose what I'm looking for is what have you done with your 10/22 that you really like? As I've alluded, I'm not worried about doing something that will limit the usefulness of the rifle as I have a .22 rifle for pretty much all occasions.
    1 point
  14. 1 point
  15. I went with my younger son this morning and he bagged this 8 pointer. Hope you all had good luck! If you did, let’s see em!
    1 point
  16. Up for consideration is a like new Zastava M 90 pap in 5.56/223 with redwood furniture and the adjustable gas block. Comes with original box and two original zmags. Has been fired 200 rounds and is in like new condition. Asking $875
    1 point
  17. 2017 Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 1.5 9mm with FDE frame. This one has a safety. Approximately 600 rounds down the pipe. It has been kept clean and stored inter safe. Includes the factory 7rnd and 8rnd mags. $250 located in Nashville. Must be 21 and legally able to own a firearm.
    1 point
  18. Remington 870 12 gauge 28” vent rib bbl with .675 undertaker choke. Like new. Shoots 2 3/4” and 3” $350 SPF
    1 point
  19. Marlin model 444ss jm stamped 444 Marlin. Sale or trade. 1800 cash. Trades on pistols. Comes with nikon scope and a box of ammo.
    1 point
  20. Plus, all your gear looks pretty nice sitting inside one.
    1 point
  21. One cannot legally carry in any park in TN without permit. If an employee of a post secondary school in TN one must have the ECP to do so with other stipulations as well. It is against Federal law to be in a school zone or on school property without a permit. Plus the benefit of out of state carry as noted. Possible informal benefits when dealing with LEO, SD shooting, etc.
    1 point
  22. Being a native Tennessean (Chattanooga is home) my blood runs orange but I appreciate great football no matter the team. Except when they play the Vols . . .
    1 point
  23. I like to wander around a gun show with a pocket full of money. Something will catch your eye.
    1 point
  24. Lol. Think of all the guns, ammo and mags you can put in there. Ha
    1 point
  25. So I got the bag in yesterday, and I think I wildly overbought. There’s enough leftover room in here that I think I can even get my gimbal to fit. Thanks again @TripleGGG.
    1 point
  26. Currently the above is 9.80 on Amazon...just ordered two of them.
    1 point
  27. Sold 1. Factory CZ 457 16.5 inch Varmint barrel threaded 1/2x 28 2. Factory CZ polymer 5 rd 22lr magazine This barrel is in great condition and shoots great with Center x and SK standard plus. I just don't need it any longer. Sold for both items picked up in Spring Hill area
    1 point
  28. I have decided not to go with a gate. I have a 35' RV and it would make it almost impossible to turn the 5th wheel into my drive if I installed a gate. Just not enough room and I would be forced to move the gate so far up the drive it would not be feasible/effective without fencing the drive up to the gate. If this situation persists then I will need to take some kind of additional action. I do like the idea of a gate, but my wife says we get deliveries during the day, Amazon, Fed X, UPS, and Snail Mail, so we would need to leave it open during the day. It still puzzles me why this person circled my drive at 4:20 in the morning. I have been up every morning since and have had no other intrusions. Just puzzling. My wife says I am obsessed with this stuff. We will see! Glad I had the driveway alarm at any rate. At least I knew the car was in my drive at 4 in the morning. The alarm gave me prior warning and did its job. I too feel no good can come from nighttime prowlers. Just worrisome.
    1 point
  29. Seems the elite programs find ways to win. Many programs are good against 2nd & 3rd tier teams. UT is sadly in this catagory. Some may hate Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia etc...But I'm sure they'd like their teams have the consistent talent & great coaches these programs have.
    1 point
  30. If you think that first responders are making any effort to break a time record getting to your emergency you are sadly mistaken. The 30 seconds it takes to get out and punch a code in isn't going to make a difference. Of course if you are that worried about it not having a gate at all of probably your best bet.
    1 point
  31. Back in the day a Curio & Relics license was the way to go. I never found anything rare/collectible, but I did find some decent rifles and had a blast cleaning, restoring, and shooting them. Maybe it's worth a look?
    1 point
  32. Indeed they are and proved it again today by beating Auburn at the end of their game.
    1 point
  33. My 1894 Winchester made in 1898 is my oldest. You just have to keep looking, but be ready and strike when the iron is hot, so to say.
    1 point
  34. I don't reload 9mm or .223 because I can buy it by the case for pretty much what I put into components, but for other calibers -- I load .32, 38, .357, .44 Sp, .45 ACP, 10mm, .308, .300 AAC, .270 Win -- it's worthwhile. Cheers, Whisper
    1 point
  35. I haven't shot anything this year, but I've processed 2 does that my buddy's 7 year old shot. Just finished one up. I put both of the shoulders on the smoker as soon as I broke the deer down. While that was smoking I ground up everything but the backstrip and tenderloins and made summer sausage out of them. I find shoulders frustrating to deal with because they don't have a lot of meat on them, there is a lot of connective tissue, you really have to work for what's there, and whole shoulders don't fit in vacuum bags well. I've found smoking them too 165 and bringing them to about 205 in a dutch oven on the stove with broth, carrots, potatoes, onions, and garlic is very hard to beat. The slow cook breaks down all of the connective tissue and the resulting roast is tender and juicy.
    1 point
  36. The law is unconstitutional, I am working on it. I have a number in the House appraised, need help in the Senate.
    1 point
  37. Even with using today's prices vs what I paid for the components I bought, I could reload 9mm for 17¢/round, if I shop smart. 7.0¢ primers 8.5¢ bullets 1.5¢ powder If you factor in the bonuses that everyone else mentioned, like the enjoyment of reloading, the benefit of controlling the quality, and the ability to tailor loads to my needs, then it's a no-brainer for me.
    1 point
  38. Dr. Pepper cans don’t stand a chance against my daughter and her Daisy 880.
    1 point
  39. Agree with Greg. Is there a period of history that is of most interest to you? (ie. Civil War, WWI, WWII, Viet Nam, etc.) or just older hunting rifles, etc? Just to let you know, next Sat/Sunday, the largest Civil War show will be held in Franklin, TN. at the Ag/Expo Ctr just off I-65 at Peytonsville Rd. There will be everything imaginable there. You won't find a larger selection, if that era is your thing.
    1 point
  40. The folks that registered theirs are screwed... That was the goal all along. They believed the lie. leroy...
    1 point
  41. I think the basic premise of not bothering toon 556 n 9mm is correct for now. I don't bother to reload them. That said; I save my components for specialty cartridges n the time when ammo is gone. leroy...
    1 point
  42. I have an alarm also. You can’t step on my property without it going off. sometimes I wish it had an off switch
    1 point
  43. The very reason I reload, from 25 ACP to 12 ga.
    1 point
  44. I'll play. Single actions Colt Revolvers .44 Specials Hi-Powers 1911s
    1 point
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