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221 Fireball

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221 Fireball last won the day on May 23

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About 221 Fireball

  • Birthday 01/30/1955

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    Christiana TN (Rutherford Co)
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    interesting firearms, traditional bows, flyfishing
  • Occupation
    Retired Dept of Army


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  • Carry Weapon #1
    sawed off .50 BMG Barrett
  • Carry Weapon #2
    if .50 fails, I'm running

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  1. Bump for an added photo of the 28 with the numbered original diamond magna grips.
  2. Beautiful 541-T (23" heavy target barrel), shoots short, longs, and long rifle. Comes with Leupold rings and Weaver 4x16x44 scope with A.O. and three magazines. Most accurate .22 I own. I thought I might get into bench competition but that never happened, and at 7.5 lbs, too heavy to squirrel hunt with. Thought there might be a paper puncher or two out there that would appreciate this old Remington, when the quality was still up. $850 for the package SPF
  3. Old Smiths seem to run forever. Quality always pays off in the long run.
  4. According to the internet, manufactured between 63-64. Yes, the grip numbers match the gun.
  5. S&W Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman .357 magnum with Herrett Shooting Star grips as well as original diamond magna grips. Pinned barrel, recessed cylinder. Grip numbers match the gun. According to internet search, serial number puts manufacturing between 1963-64. First three digits are S232 ... for anyone more savvy in researching the date. $1200
  6. Smith & Wesson Model 10-8 with heavy 4" barrel, with new old stock S&W factory Magna grips. Gun has been around the block over the years, but still a good shooter, lock up is tight. Grips are probably worth as much as the gun $450 Price drop: $400 firm SOLD
  7. My brother and I bought a used 1968 Airstream 20' Land Yacht for $1000 back in the 90s. We used it for deer camp every year for the next dozen or so years, and sold it for $1600 after we moved up to a motorhome. It was classic though, and well insulated. Kept us warm during those Nov/Dec deer seasons. The roof never did leak, can't say the same for the motorhome I bought. It was easy to pull. I pulled it with my 6 cylinder F-150. In hindsight, never thought those old ones would become such collector's items.
  8. Yes sir, you are so right; Rule #8 Do not make any replies designed to interfere with the sale or trade of an item. If you wish to haggle, do it privately with the seller. No one cares what you think about the price or availability of an item. Ah, new guys. Where's admin on this?
  9. C'mon, tell the truth. You bought that rifle because it says ROB HUNTER on the barrel.


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