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About ppcgm

  • Birthday 05/17/1949

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    Tricities TN
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    Retired

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sig P226
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Springfield Armory XDs

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  1. And I no longer have to drive most of the way across the state for work. So your piggy bank is safe, until you see one closer to you ! Funny how money pales in significance to that next gun we just have to have !
  2. Thank you, Sir. Nice little high quality rifle, barely over 7 lbs., scope and all. I just don't use it. Thinning my herd.
  3. Steyr Zephyr II, 22 long rifle, 3-9x32 Sightron crosshair reticle scope with removable flip up dust covers, 5 round magazine, all original, factory box, manual, etc. some small finish mars, see photos, asking $750 650 cash, face to face in the tricities area of Kingsport, Johnson City, Bristol TN. I've decided not to compete in the matches that I bought it for. So someone who will shoot it needs to own it. Note that the bottom photo shows the target they shot with it at the factory, at 100 meters, 110 yards or so if I'm still computing complex calculations like that correctly. I enjoy shooting it. But I have half a dozen .22 rifles that I'm actively shooting in different matches. So it's just going to waste at my house. And I've been trying to slim down my collection to just what I do shoot. From Steyr's website: "The award-winning Steyr Mannlicher Zephyr II is the rebirth of the original Zephyr rifle, which was produced from 1955 through 1971. This new rifle takes cues from the original Zephyr’s build quality, and also sets new standards in the hunting-style, bolt-action, rimfire rifle segment. The Zephyr II has won several awards including the 2019 American Hunter’s Golden Bullseye for "Rifle of the Year", Gray's Best 2019 in the Shooting Category, and Sporting Classics 2019 Award of Excellence."
  4. I remember the bulbs ... Darrel's maybe ? I'll keep pondering on it.
  5. Doc wants to replace my shoulder. So my Dillon has been sitting idle for months. These are what's leftover that I don't expect to use. So I'll "Chinese auction" them if anyone wants them. Prices are on the low side of gunbroker but I'll reduce them until they sell, or until it's not worth my while to sell them. If someone wants to look at all the items I have listed and make me one cash offer to pick them up in the Kingsport area that will be great. Thanks in advance. $225 for all, or 1,000 - Federal Small Pistol Magnum - $150 125 100 SOLD Winchester Large Pistol, 2@$150 125 100 Remington - 800 Large pistol $120 100 80 loose boxes of 100 - $15 12 10 each (2 Winchester small pistol magnum, 1 Federal large pistol, 1 Federal Gold Medal Large pistol, 4 CCI small pistol magnum) cash in tricities area
  6. Admin, please delete projectiles are Brass Monkey competition bullets, brass is cleaned and ready to load, this was my IDPA and USPSA competition load, I don't find the magnum primers to be noticeably hotter, they do seem to be a little more consistent, YMMV ... first $350 275 200 cash, tricities area Doc wants to replace my shoulder. So my Dillon has been sitting idle for months. These are what's leftover that I don't expect to use. So I'll "Chinese auction" them if anyone wants them. Prices are on the low side of gunbroker but I'll reduce them until they sell, or until it's not worth my while to sell them. If someone wants to look at all the items I have listed and make me one cash offer to pick them up in the Kingsport area that will be great. Thanks in advance.
  7. projectiles are Brass Monkey competition bullets, this is the combination I loaded for IDPA and USPSA competition, I don't find the magnum primers to be noticeably hotter, they do seem a little more consistent, YMMV, brass is cleaned and ready to load, some primers may still have the crimp ... first $150 125 100 cash, tricities area Doc wants to replace my shoulder. So my Dillon has been sitting idle for months. These are what's leftover that I don't expect to use. So I'll "Chinese auction" them if anyone wants them. Prices are on the low side of gunbroker but I'll reduce them until they sell, or until it's not worth my while to sell them. If someone wants to look at all the items I have listed and make me one cash offer to pick them up in the Kingsport area that will be great. Thanks in advance.
  8. I listed 9mm components awhile back, cases, primers and coated 127 gr Brass Monkey projectiles. But no one seemed interested so I took them off.
  9. bump ... firm on the price, I've really got it priced too cheap, this is THE deal in the Epiphone line but I need to move some of these out before I shop for more
  10. bump ... someone's sweet little parlor guitar ... great sustain, sweet sound
  11. Never saw one with a lock in the butt. Do you have the key ?
  12. bump ... just waiting for someone to come along who knows what it is
  13. bump ... guitars must not be popular here
  14. https://new.zagerguitar.com/guitars/zad50om/ Pristine condition, with the factory case, with it's own hygrometer (I think that's the fancy word for a humidity gauge), the factory pickguard is in the case with sticky stuff on the back if you want to use it. I only played the guitar fingerstyle so had them leave it off. Rarely seen for sale "used" since almost no one ever lets them go. Fifirst $750 CASH, FIRM

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