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  1. Hello. I’m looking to purchase a Smith and Wesson 65, 66 or 686 with a three inch barrel. Prelock only. Please contact me with the details if you have one to sell. Thanks for your time.
  2. I currently use Wilson Consulting LLC (John Wilson) in Franklin. Single gun transfers are $30 (which includes the $10 TICS charge). Transfers from individuals are permitted. John is great to deal with. He works out of his home so timing is flexible, but you need to coordinate in advance. More info available here: https://www.wilsonconsultingllc.net/index.html I used to use Capitol View Pawn on Charlotte before it closed. They accepted transfers from individuals, but claimed legally as a pawn shop FFL they had to hold transfers from individuals for 21 days. I never confirmed whether this holding period was required by law. Hope this helps.
  3. Decided to offer up my other S&W 617-2. This one has Bo-Mar adjustable rear sights and an elevated Partridge front sight. Buyer’s choice. Just contact me if interested in either. Face-to-face only. Thanks.
  4. Hello. I’m listing my Smith & Wesson 617-2 satin stainless revolver for sale. It is an early 617-2 with an aluminum cylinder. Gun has a six inch barrel and 10-shot capacity. It’s in excellent condition. Price is $850. Preference is to sell, but would consider trades (with boot either way as appropriate) for the following: 1. S&W 66 with a 3” barrel (prelock only; no other barrel length); 2. S&W 617-4 with a 4” or 8 3/8” barrel (no other barrel length); 3. S&W 648 (prelock only); 4. S&W 627 (prelock only); 5. S&W 640 Pro Series; and 6. S&W 686 with 2.5” barrel (prelock only; no other barrel length; prefer 7 shot) Sorry not looking for other trades. Face-to-face transactions only please in Brentwood, Franklin or Nashville area. Please contact me if interested. Thanks for your time.
  5. Hello. I’m looking to purchase a silver Leupold Vari-X II 3-9x40 rifle scope. Please contact me with the details if you have one to sell. Thanks for your time.
  6. I never seem to have a MidwayUSA coupon code when I need one. Looking for a free shipping or general discount coupon code, etc. Please share if you have one. I realize their business may be booming so coupon codes may not be available, but thought I’d check. Thanks in advance.
  7. Will do. No plans at the moment, but do head that way occasionally.
  8. My panoramic picture taking skills lack much to be desired.
  9. Very generous. Please include me as well. Thanks, KahrMan!!
  10. Hi, Bill. Thanks for the link! I will follow up with them.
  11. Hello all. I’m interested in purchasing a Leupold VX-II 3-9x40mm silver scope or comparable Leupold scope, but it needs to have a silver finish. I believe the VX line has been discontinued. Anyone know of any retailers that might have discontinued VX line scopes or comparable Leupold silver scopes in stock? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  12. I suppose it’s safe to say I fall squarely into the UT unfaithful category at this point. As a UT grad it’s sad to say the product they’ve put on the field hasn’t been worth my time, money or attention for over a decade. While I can’t speak to the amount invested in the new athletic facility (or other athletic related capital improvements), UT has clearly gone on the cheap for football coaches. Kiffin (no buyout, fired from Raiders, unproven head coach), Dooley (stolen from LA Tech horrible record at a non-FBS program, little, if any, buyout), Jones (a modicum level of success at the mid-major level, low buyout) and Pruitt (no buyout, no collegiate head coaching expertise, umteenth choice). I fail to understand why UT continues to hire coaches on the cheap. A program that fancies itself as a title contender should pay the freight and hire proven head coaches. Otherwise you’re grasping at straws hoping you get lucky and hire the next best unproven commodity. Not worth the risk in my opinion particularly when you’ve fallen a few rungs from top tier already. The losses in ticket revenue and concessions could more than easily justify luring to top tier proven head coach...

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