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  1. I'd be willing to drive halfway, pm me if you'd like to work something out.
  2. Bump with a new price and possible trade interests added. Willing to separate the new in package mags from the sale if buyer doesn't want all 10.
  3. For your consideration is a B&T GHM9 gen 2 (feeds hollow points) with 2 30 round magazines. The pistol has had 150 rounds fired, 90 suppressed and 60 unsuppressed, and runs like a Swiss watch. Also included is a factory collapsible brace adapter with tailhook stabilizing brace. Comes with everything it left the factory with, case, manual, speed loader, sling, buis and 2 pic rails. The barrel is threaded 1/2x28 but also has a trilug mount. Not really looking for trades as I'm looking to fund other projects, but I'm always willing to entertain offers. Asking $1750 ftf in or around the murfreesboro area, willing to drive halfway for established members with excellent feedback. Buyer must be at least 21 years of age, willing to show a Tennessee driver's license or carry permit (preferred) and legally able to possess a firearm. Possible trade interests would be a HK USP45 full size, USP45 tactical or possibly a HK45ct.
  4. The NFA bug has bit hard... is there anyone localish to the murfreesboro/nashville area that does engraving for sbr's and form 1 suppressors?
  5. Don't sleep on the kel-tec p17. Sample size of one, but it has been 100% reliable through roughly 500 rounds of various subsonic and supersonic loads, all suppressed. It's not as accurate at my mk IV 22/45 but it is more fun to shoot.
  6. May you rest in peace Uncle Phil, my wife and I are going to miss you.
  7. I've got a nice older 870 from around '76 that I bought on an impulse that I really don't need. It has a 30" barrel, full choke and is in really nice shape. Additional photos available upon request. Must be able to legally own a firearm. FTF in the murfreesboro area, asking $500
  8. While I didn't set a budget, I don't mind paying for a quality product. I do think that's a bit more than I'm willing to put into this project lol...
  9. I recently picked up a ruger American in 300 blackout and I'm trying to select an optic for it. Primarily this will be shot in the back yard for fun, max distance is 100 yards. I tried a red dot and it worked just fine, but I'd like the ability to add magnification to i.d. critters like foxes and coyotes out to 300 yards. My one and only stipulation is that the optic not be made in china. And I'd rather not add a magnifier to the red dot.

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