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Joe86

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About Joe86

  • Rank
    TGO Newcomer
  • Birthday 01/17/1955

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Maryville, TN
  • Interests
    shooting, banjo and guitar
  • Occupation
    Retired CPA

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    No
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sig P365XL
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 19

Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. Thank you for the endorsement my friend. Hope you are doing well. Fax me an invoice for the endorsement and I'll fax you a check right away
  2. Purchased new in 2006 for my wife as her carry gun. She fired about 30 rounds, I cleaned it and put it back in the box and it never came out again until we moved to east TN a couple of months ago when she told me she didn’t want it anymore. This is the shrouded hammer model. The gun is about as close to mint condition as a used gun can be. The only mark I can find on it is on the back of the frame from opening and closing the cylinder. I’ve included a picture so you can see what I’m talking about. It is an airweight model. It does have a have a lock. I do not have the manual o
  3. This helps quite a bit. Now I just have to find where my wife packed the ammo!!!! BTW, the is the same weapon you looked at for me 6 months ago with the stuck cylinder, I took it to a local gun shop (won't mention the name in an open forum at this time). They sent it to Smith without my authorization) and it went through the performance center for repair and a $100 charge (and 5 months) since the gun smith never asked if I was the original owner. Never going back to that gun shop again.
  4. I purchased a S & W an Airweight 432 32 magnum (not 327 magnum) for my wife in 2006. At the time I was told by the gunshop this was an uncatalogued model that Smith was making for one distributor. My wife fired about 30 rounds and its been sitting in the box since then. We were in the March tornado in Nashville in March and appear to have lost the ammo. I am trying to find out the history of the weapon and what Smith has done with this model since 2006. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Purchased new June 2020. Works like new. I upgraded to a Holosun and just don’t need this one anymore. 3 MOA Selling for Maryville/Knoxville area
  6. I’ve decided to let my Ruger LCR 38/38+P 5 shot revolver go. I’ve had it since February of 2020. I’s always fired reliability and accurately within the limits of a snub nose revolver. I originally got the Ruger over a S & W because of the action – it’s like a Smith with a trigger job. It has a Novak night sight up front. The box and papers were lost in the Nashville tornado of March 2020, the weapon was in a gun safe. It’s in new – nearly new condition minus the box and papers. This is still a hard-to-find gun. Must have current TN CCP. Not interested in trade
  7. Here’s an opportunity to own a 50 year old Smith & Wesson in excellent cosmetic condition and outstanding operating condition at a very fair price. Even better price if you want to make a partial trade for ammo.
  8. Sounds good to me. We can do it this evening or tomorrow evening. Joe
  9. 1 Box Federal Premium LE Tactical HST 380 99 grain 50 rounds 1 Box Hornaday Critical Defense 90 grain FTX 25 rounds Maryville TN
  10. Will consider partial trade for 38+p and/or 357 magnum ammo
  11. This gun is long gone Ad should have been down and/or I should be off the thread.

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