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221 Fireball

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About 221 Fireball

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mt Juliet TN
  • Interests
    interesting firearms, traditional bows, flyfishing
  • Occupation
    Retired Dept of Army

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    sawed off .50 BMG Barrett
  • Carry Weapon #2
    if .50 fails, I'm running

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  1. 221 Fireball

    for-sale Beretta O/U 12 ga.

    Monday bump.
  2. 221 Fireball

    for-sale Winchester Mod 94 XTR 30-30 Lever Action

    They did not make the XTR in pre-64. They were a later model.
  3. 221 Fireball

    for-sale Springfield M1A

    New guy.
  4. 221 Fireball

    for-sale Beretta O/U 12 ga.

    Bump for lowest price.
  5. 221 Fireball

    for-sale 2x CZ Scorpion 20 Round Magazines

    Old or new style? Are the back of the feed lips beveled or radiused ?
  6. 221 Fireball

    sold Glass stock for Mosin Nagant

    PM sent
  7. 221 Fireball

    for-sale S&W top break .32 double action

    Bump for price drop.
  8. 221 Fireball

    for-sale Beretta O/U 12 ga.

    My brother bought this BL-3 new in '75. Was a 30" full/mod for ducks (3" chambers), but when lead was banned in the 80s for ducks, had it cut down to 26" for upland birds, and it makes a nice skeet gun too. Both barrels pattern out at approximately improved cylinder (paper patterned). The BL3 was a light field gun for hunters, therefore used thin barrels. I want to put this up front that, no, you cannot have screw-in chokes installed because of the thin barrels. Already checked to have that done and Carlson said no way. But if you want to wear out doves, or clays on the skeet range, it's a good gun for that. Beautiful wood, pictures don't show it justice. $600 firm - Mt Juliet
  9. Don't know much about these vintage Smiths, but got it in a trade awhile back. It functions, but I wouldn't shoot it ... LOL. $275 $250 FTF- Mt Juliet
  10. 221 Fireball

    New Revolver

    I love the moon clips for my Smith 625. I can "toss" six rounds into the cylinder at once, and keep on firing. It's the fastest way, IMO, to do reloads. Also easy to find and pick up your brass, all nice and tidy in a little cluster of a clip. And .45 acp in a revo makes a fine target/competition/plinker gun with a lot milder recoil than my .44 mag for sure.
  11. 221 Fireball

    Gallatin Gun Club waiting list

    They've broke ground. Moving dirt and marking off the ranges. They say we'll be able to put shots down range by early fall. We'll see.

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