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Everything posted by MikeW

  1. Gallatin Gun Club range. may be your best bet... Or buy a huge piece of land in Gallatin for us to shoot a mile on
  2. I believe that Straegic Edge is the best around... but I am biased. SE is about an hour and a half drive from Gallatin. I'm in mount juliet and it takes me about an hour fifteen minuets. Until you get an invite to SE.... If I were you I would look into a couple other options. Check into the Gallatin Gun Club range. I believe that their new range goes out to 400. Dead Zero is about an hour and a half +/- from Gallatin. Their rifle range will go out to 1,000 when it is done (if it is not done already). https://www.deadzeroshooting.com/
  3. If something falls apart I will take the 2nd spot. I live in MJ so it would be real easy.
  4. In good shape. It will come in the original box with the instructions. It has the 5/8-25 threaded adapter. $140 FTA in Nashville area or $150 shipped PayPal
  5. I will take it and can meet in Old Hickory
  6. Wacko's like this guy are the reason that my MAGA hats collect dust....
  7. Congrats, i t looks very nice. I have an 82G but have never fired it.
  8. That does seem a little steep for a range that only goes out to 400 yards....
  9. Greg at http://www.bugholes.com/articles.asp?ID=83
  10. A walk for me... 1.2 miles. Good news... except for my wallet
  11. What would you need for just the tumbler? I live in MJ so it would be easy to meet.
  12. You do NEED a 10/22 My newest is a 10/22 with a fedderson barrel and a victor titan stock. It currently has a Leupold Mk4 10x scope on it with a TMR reticle. It shoots CCI Standard Velocity ammo like lasers out to 100. I will work it out to 200+ when I have time.
  13. MikeW

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    That is a smoking deal on that safe.
  14. This AK has spent the majority of its life as a safe queen. I have only run a few mags through it and while it is used… it is in great condition. I am the second owner and it was like new in the box when I purchased it from the original owner 10 or so years ago. It has the less often seen Plum color furniture that is original to the gun and the box is marked SGL 21-62 as proof. The importer is FIME Las Vegas, but the original test target is Arsenal. It has a Texas weapon systems top cover with rail, a Burris fastfire dot sight, but I do have the original parts as well. I have 4 steel 30 round mags, the original 10 round mag, and 200 rounds of Tula non-corrosive ammo that will go with the pkg. These are getting harder to find and since the Russian Ban I have watched them climb higher in price since the ban. I am only willing to sell it to fund a HK23 or trade for a HK Mk23. $1,700 obo I can add cash for the right HK. FTF in the Nashville area, must show TN DL, and must be able to legally own firearms.
  15. and I am just trying to gear up to shoot a mile soon. The canton that scope set up is insane.
  16. Anything in the plans to eventually go past 400 yards on the rifle range? It would be really nice for them to go to 1,000+.
  17. The chassis is in good condition. It is the 1st generation that TACMOD put out to the market. It accepts AI mags (not included) and is built like a tank. Originally a $1,400 chassis when the was sold, I would like to get $600 . Pictures show condition and I can post or email/text as many pictures as you would like to see. The pictures have my Remington PSS .308 with a 24" barrel in the chassis.
  18. Someone asked the product code on the box. It is 150715
  19. S&W 629 with a 3" barrel two sets of grips. It is in nice shape and I have the box and original papers. Buyer must be legal to own firearms, a Tennessee resident, and show TN license. Price $750 FTF in the Nashville area

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