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Fasazu

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About Fasazu

  • Birthday 09/04/1969

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    Clarksville, TN

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  1. Great rifle I just don't use it. This model 70 is control round feed, fiberglass stock, fluted barrel. You can pack this lightweight rifle anywhere. Excellent bore and overall condition. I've looked at Gun broker and have priced this rifle accordingly. Thanks
  2. Thanks for the great comments. Hope to find her a new home.
  3. 98 Mauser action with 3 position safety, drilled and tapped 6x48 for scope bases. X-Caliber 22" stainless steel barrel, 1:8 twist, chambered in 6.5x55 Swede. Rifle is coated with Graphite Black Cerakote, Custom wooden stock with recoil pad.
  4. Savage in 7mm-08 with a 22" barrel. Has Boyd stock, detachable magazine. Round count is 20 rounds (one box) between zeroing it in and deer season last year. I have 1 complete box (20 rounds) of Hornady factory ammo to go with the rifle. Scope not included. Thanks
  5. Very nice! Do you know the approximate round count?
  6. Was just notified that by TBI that if you have had a DUI in the last 5 years or 2 DUI's in the last 10 years you will not pass the TICs check to buy a firearm. I read the law about going armed. I do not condone getting a DUI and believe that if you are under the influence while driving that you should be prosecuted. What I do not understand is what that has to do with the fundamental right to defend yourself with a firearm. A DUI is not a felony charge with the exception of a death involved (which in that case would then prevent you from purchasing a firearm "felony"). So why for 5 years are you prevented from purchasing a firearm to defend yourself because you made a bad decision (non-violent crime) one time? This is not right and not what I believe Tennessee should be allowing!
  7. Savage 7mm-08 bedded into a Boyd Prairie Hunter stock with Limb Saver recoil pad. Has a Nikon Pro Staff 3x9 scope. Great accurate rifle. I have 1 or 2 boxes of ammo to go with it. Cleaning out the safe.
  8. 98 Mauser sporterized and rechambered in 6.5x55. Cerakote Armor Black, Monte Carlo Stock Comes with 1 box of ammo and I have Lapua brass for it if you reload. Cleaning out the safe.
  9. Looking to re-home this safe queen. I have a 223 I use for varmints so this rifle doesn't get used. It's well taken care of as you can see in the photos.. I have a box and a half of rounds to go with it. Thanks
  10. Savage Trophy Hunter, jeweled bolt, action is bedded in a custom checkered Boyd stock. Nikon Pro Staff Scope. Less than 1 box of ammo through it. Great rifle just thinning my hunting rifles.
  11. Actual 98 Mauser with German proof mark. Chambered in 6.5x55 with a 22" barrel. Wood hunter stock. Tapped for scope bases. Thinning my hunting rifles.
  12. Just retired from the Army and moved back to Tennessee from Washington state (stationed at FT Lewis for the last 3 years). I was wondering where to get reloading supplies from in this area. Can someone help me out? Thanks

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