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  1. 1984 S&W model 66-2 6" Stainless Finish Chambered in 357 magnum NOS set of Pachmayr grips just installed (still hunting the right screw ) D&T with B-square scope mount Simmons handgun scope It should be noted that I am NOT a handgun hunter and this is in my collection because it's a prelock 66 6" and not because it's setup for handgun hunting,target shooting, etc. The previous owner who's now deceased either D&T'd this or had it done by a local smith, at least that's my guess. It's not perfect but the imperfections it does have could be buffed or polished out given it's a SS gun. I'm leaving that for the next owner. Price is $700 Trades- I would be willing to consider trades on other S&W's, Colts, Dan Wesson's, either revolvers or semi auto's. Or hit me with what you got, you never know. I am in east tn but have been known to leave my little piece of earth for the right deal. I also know a lot of very helpful and gracious people Feel free to PM me with any questions. I'll try to get more pics with better quality when time allows. MERRY CHRISTMAS !!!
  2. Lmao seems pointless for him to bother mentioning it then
  3. Very timely as Knoxville's last RK show on city owned property will be at the end of this month. And as someone who has lived here all their life I can say with 100% certainty it will do nothing to improve the area around it.

    What would TGO do?

    Only real solution right here.
  5. Smok em if you got em
  6. I have a great relationship with my ffl and just use them for pistol transfers. I factor any additional cost into the selling price and/or shipping cost if using GB. For long guns I just handle it all myself. Either way it can be done cheaply and all while covering your own arse.
  7. I agree with the others who say 400-500 if mint/near mint condition. The security and speed six series is every bit the gun you'd expect from Rugers revolver line.
  8. 190 to 210 is considered to be optimal temperature for "the best" cup. Ask anyone who uses a french press or a pour over that requires you heat a kettle of.Or you can ask Jeaux (pronounced joe) the barista at your local $10 a cup coffee house and I'm sure he she or it will give you a lecture on the chemical catalyst that takes place .
  9. I have no ties with this business but I've had great luck with Phoenix Glass in Knoxville. Whenever I spend money with a local business I always ask for a discount if I pay in cash and these guys turned a $450 windshield replacement on a newer model Chevy into a $300 one. While experiences will vary with the vehicle I've since not had anything bad to say about the glass they used. It looks like OEM and has the factory installed rain sensor.
  10. Nice guns, wrong section. Might be able to get mods @MacGyver or @Chucktshoes to move this to the appropriate forum
  11. UPDATE: Instead of creating a new thread and clogging the server even more I just updated an old ad. See 1st post Thanks

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