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Everything posted by Pickaroon

  1. Two boxes of 30 gr. Hornady Vmax and two and a half boxes CCI Gamepoint for $65 north of Nashville.
  2. I’m looking for either one north of Nashville.
  3. Two 10 round S&W OEM, one 25 round S&W OEM and two 35 round Promags . All for $65. (One of the Promags is missing the loading button but works fine)
  4. 15-22 rifle in original configuration with two mags for $350 north of Nashville. I have other mags for $15 each that I’ll sell with it. Pic later. ETA since I’ve been asked: nothing wrong with it. Super reliable and good accuracy. I’m selling to buy a Marlin 30-30 or something.
  5. I think if Trump is re-elected the left will double down on their craziness. They have been emboldened by what they’ve gotten away with the last 4 years. Now, they’re going to be even angrier. So, I expect the market to remain unchanged for some time. Plan accordingly.
  6. We may have seen the end of an era of low gun prices and availability. I’m not optimistic about ever seeing it come back. Same for ammo.
  7. If you’re a poor man like me you just look for deals. But, right now you may have a hard time just finding stuff. Prices are up, too.
  8. Two Glock and three KCI G19 mags for $50 on the north side of Nashville.
  9. I haven’t kept up on prices lately but for a long time 4 bills was common. And I meant the SKS was an equivalent type carbine. Arguably even better (sound of can of worms opening). The question was about a ranch gun. I couldn’t bring myself to carry a $1000 gun around in a 4 wheeler. Certainly not an original M1 carbine. An SKS or an old 30-30? No problem.
  10. An SKS can be found for $400. Actually very equivalent to a Carbine.
  11. Sell scope and rifle separately. ETA: even if the scope is discontinued it’s still a Leupold.


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