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Bassoneer

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About Bassoneer

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  • Birthday 04/25/1962

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Knoxville
  • Interests
    Family, church, friends, dogs, guns, garden, fishing, banjo
  • Occupation
    Engineering Manager

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glok 43 9mm
  • Carry Weapon #2
    S&W 642 snubbie .38

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  1. Ha...I was thinking of the second blade with the first wood and finger guard...both beautiful!
  2. Anybody participate in the Whiskey lottery at Total Wine in Knoxville yesterday? Some friends from work met my wife and me...We all got drawn...I got Elmer T Lee and my wife got Weller 12...lots of good bottles
  3. I had a bad experience today at Toddy’s on Kingston Pike, Knoxville. Stopped in for the first time and found some Weller Special Reserve (green label) for $29. I took it to the cashier (young guy) who was checking us out and I mentioned what a good price it was. Another older employee started going off about the Knoxville Bourbon Club or some such...making his phone ring off the hook and coming in to buy these types of bourbons and selling them at a profit...he would rather sell them to his regular customers. He claimed they forced him to continually lie and tell people he didn’t have the bourbon they wanted. At first I thought he was joking but he got louder and louder. I advised that perhaps he should find something else to do if selling bourbon caused him so much stress. He then yelled “YOU THINK I’M STRESSED”? I had pushed some unseen button. From the looks on the younger employees faces they had seen this behavior before. I won’t go back to Toddy’s. May not even drink that bourbon...ok, yeah I’m going to drink the bourbon, lol. Happy Holidays, go to Bob’s Package Store!
  4. So I’m getting into bourbon and I may have Blanton’s and Angel’s Envy under the tree! In the spring we’re going to drive up to Buffalo Trace Distillery and tour the facilities. Lots of good bourbon comes out of there...Would love to try some Weller or Elmer T Lee, but doubt I’ll find any. What are some other good ones? I’ve tried Buffalo Trace, Knob Creek, Elijah Craig, Woodford Reserve...liked all of them. Thinking about Old Forrestor Prohibition 1920... Thanks, B
  5. Bump with price drop...$200 or best offer. May be open to trades. Thanks, Mike
  6. Two old RG derringers, made in Germany. Have not been shot much. $225 for the pair. Knoxville area with carry permit and bill of sale. Thanks, Mike
  7. Pre-lock 686, 4-inch barrel, 7-round, 4th model, case hardened trigger and hammer (pre-mim). All original and never monkeyed with. Super smooth trigger, accurate and lots of fun to shoot with 38’s or full magnums. Currently wearing large Pachmyer grips, but have original grips with box. $800. Currently not interested in trades. Carry permit, Knoxville area. Thanks, Mike
  8. Very nice gun, two factory mags and case. Gun has not been used much. As you can see, it is similar to a 1911 but very small. Bill of sale and $450 cash in Knoxville. Prefer TN handgun Carry permit. Thanks, B
  9. Very cool...five rounds?

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