Jump to content


TGO Benefactor
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

  • Feedback


Everything posted by Ronald_55

  1. I can reach out. I used to work with a surveyor who might be willing to run down that way.
  2. You are generous, I thought it looked like 7 pieces of thick wall conduit. lol
  3. I have some Wahl clippers. Depending on the amount I might make a house call. Am I trained and licensed....well...
  4. They call her slow draw Sally... look close
  5. So there are 2 pieces to the tube magazine. There is the inner tube that can be taken out and an outer tube that is fixed to the gun. Inner tube has a plunger like plastic piece on the end that goes into first. These did come in different capacities. For instance some help 18 shots and some 14. So are you saying the inner tube with the locking posts stops before it can get all the way into the outer tube that has the locking notches? Is it possible a bent shell is stuck down in there? Pictures would help us help you a lot.
  6. I'd say with some of those guys, their Ma was the only person that could make them do anything.
  7. Clearly a fan of fringe.
  8. Don't rub us poor guy's faces in it.... I'd take a single shot one any day. I love how he is a pro shooter and still acts like a little kid when he gets done. lol
  9. When I read his stuff, I always feel like a 5 year old with finger paints trying to keep up with Picasso. lol
  10. Then it would miss its family members in 30-30/20, .223/20, and .357/20..
  11. I have the Steven's Model .22-.410 that was the predecessor to the Savage Model 24 you are referring to. Light, easy pointing gun.
  12. Hunted with a .410 then 12ga growing up. If I went now, I would pull out a .410. Plenty of power as long as you watch your range. I am a decent shot, but lack if practice makes me unsure of a headshot with a .22 consistently. My FIL uses a .17 (HMR I think) because his shots are long to get to the squirrel tress from his porch. lol
  13. Yeah Dad's photo skills leave a lot to be desired. I get lots of videos of their mutt dog riding the skate board belonging to the kids across the street. I am more interested in what this is than he is. So I doubt I will get any more pics or anything. Think he really just made it to cover up how bad his foot is doing.
  14. Long shot I know, but looking for a Nintendo Switch. Not the Lite version. Prefer brand new, but will discuss others. If you are local ( N East TN) I might do some trading.
  15. Nope or if any gum balls were around. Did say this was a sapling though. I am settling on sweet gum myself after looking around.
  16. Young bodies enjoy that thrashing better than us a bit older. I transplanted some of the purple basil that seeded into the flower beds into trays the other night. That way I can move it to somewhere better to drop seeds this time. lol That stuff spreads like fire. Wife wants a U shaped raised bed built this year. So I haven't put out anything. From the sounds of what she wants I will spend all summer building it. lol 8 x 12 made out of cedar. ouch...
  17. Came from family land east of Knoxville. While I can't say native for sure, the land has not had a lot of planting done on it, so I assume. Does look a lot like sweet gum branches. I assumed it was a sampling he cut and not a branch. I could be wrong though. Do Sweet gum saplings do that on the trunk?
  18. It is a stretch here and a bad pic, but does anyone recognize what type of tree this is? Dad sent me a pic showing his new walking stick and said he had only seen a few of this type tree.
  19. Just don't eat the berries it grows or the stalks after they get bigger. It is poisonous at that point. @Garufa Sounds like ya was raised by some kinda fancy city folk. lol
  20. We never ate the leaves growing up. We ate the cut up stalks breaded and fried like okra. My wife says they were never poor enough to eat weeds. I mentioned making some the other night and that got quite the cross look.
  21. Yep they are 5s. Like you said value is all based on condition. I see a Gunbroker ended auction for a Pre-64 Model 70 .330 H&H that says "NIB" which ended for just over $4000. Of course I also see it was relisted. I doubt he had 2 of those, so there could be some funny math there. I away question auctions that end way above the norm because that is a way money launderers move money around and simply don't exchange the item, In contrast I see one that ended for $661. Like Kharman said pictures including any boxes and accessories would be a good start.
  22. I have no idea off the top of my head on value.... But a Pre-64 Model 70 .300HH Mag.....
  23. Some numbers reassembly numbers used by the factory. There are several places the serial is stamped. Look on the back of the extractor star.
  24. Those should be Presentation style Pachmayr grips. Should be aftermarket for that one. They made these in that tapered barrel and a heavy barrel both at the same time. The logo was moved off the sideplate on the right to the left side on the frame in about 1981. These sights come between the earlier 1/2 moon and the later ramp I believe. I dont right off see the dates of the changes. I think your numbers might a bit low. lol

The Fine Print

Tennessee Gun Owners (TNGunOwners.com) is the premier Community and Discussion Forum for gun owners, firearm enthusiasts, sportsmen and Second Amendment proponents in the state of Tennessee and surrounding region.

TNGunOwners.com (TGO) is a presentation of Enthusiast Productions. The TGO state flag logo and the TGO tri-hole "icon" logo are trademarks of Tennessee Gun Owners. The TGO logos and all content presented on this site may not be reproduced in any form without express written permission. The opinions expressed on TGO are those of their authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the site's owners or staff.

Before engaging in any transaction of goods or services on TGO, all parties involved must know and follow the local, state and Federal laws regarding those transactions. TGO makes no claims, guarantees or assurances regarding any such transactions.

  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to the following.
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Guidelines