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  1. Next out of my time mach...er safe is this little gem. A High Standard Sentinel Deluxe R-107 9 shot 22 revolver with 6 inch barrel and the faux ivory grips. Near as I can tell from researching the serial number it is a late 1960s manufacture, but I have only owned it for the last 10 years or so. Mostly for me its been a safe queen but I have shot it recently and its a nice little shooting gun. Other than some minor cosmetic wear no mechanical issues - still locks up nice and tight, crisp SA trigger, but DA is a little heavy. Price is $300 firm, FTF reasonable distance to Wilson County, and must be TN resident with DL and/or HCP and do the bill of sale thing.
  2. Thanks guys for your interest in my previous ads. This one is the 4th and last of my "guns I really never shoot" sales project. Up for sale is a WASR AK rifle that I bought new about ten years ago, and since then its mostly sat under the couch.The WASRs sometimes get a bad name because quality can be spotty, but this is a good one. Its a nice shooter, groups about as well as my Polytech (which isn't for sale) and is rock solid reliable. The sights are actually on straight and it has a pretty decent Tapco trigger. I have added Magpul furniture, including the very nice Zhukov S stock which both folds and is length adjustable, along with Magpul front handguard and foregrip, along with the really nice Hogue pistol grip ( with the secret agent secret compartment to stash your KGB transmitter to aid in plannnik beeg truble for Moose and Squirrel) The gun does have the scope mount attachment on the side. I am selling this as a package, which includes: WASR AK with Magpul furniture and AK sling, You will see in the pics that the sights have Glow paint on them - scratches right off if you don't like it. I have also put a recoil pad on it, kind of a custom job, but again, it works pretty good and if you don't like it just pull it off. Qty 1- Combloc steel mag Qty 2 -Tapco mags (which came with the gun and fit the magwell nice and tight) Qty 4 -Magpul Pmags (3 still in the wrapper.) Qty 1 - 10 Tapco 10 rd mag - which is really handy for a hunting scenario. Qty 1 - East German AK cleaning kit (the cleaning rod is in the rifle) Qty 1 - UTG Detachable mount, which works great, just as long as you don't expect it to retain a close zero if you take it on and off (kinda common in my experience with those things regardless of price) Qty 1 - AK mag pouch with oiler. (Polish army I think) Qty 1 - Original Owners manual Qty 1 - Original box Qty 1 - 640 rd 762 x 39 Spam Can still sealed with opener And last but not least - 100 rds of boxed Wolf Ammo to zero your rifle with so you can stash your Spam Can unopened if you want. (not shown in pics) All of this for $800 - firm - face to face in Wilson County or nearby with TN HCP or TN DL and willing to sign BOS stating legal to purchase. Alternatively will ship for $850 (USPS MO) plus actual shipping costs my FFL to yours.
  3. Next one out of the safe is my stainless 686 plus, 7 shot, 357 mag with a 2 1/2" barrel. Not much of a backstory on this one. I bought it new back in the mid 90s and its been pretty much a safe queen ever since. I shot it just enough to know that I prefer the GP100s, and even with the compact grips its still kinda tough to conceal, so without much reason to carry or shoot it, well, its just sat around in its box for 24 years. I have shot it again recently, just enough to remind myself that I still prefer the GPs, and decided that its time for it to finally find a new home. For the Smith guys here, it is a 686-4. Product code 104192, which is the older pre internal lock model. It comes with both the original Hogue grips, the Pachmayr Compact Professional grips, the original box and manual, and a 7 shot speed loader. I hesitate to call it Like New because it is 24 years old, and it has been shot some, but probably no more than 200 rds over the years, and the finish looks great. The box does show a little wear though. The price is $700, face to face in Wilson County or nearby, and must have TN HCP or TN DL, and sign BOS stating legal to buy. Alternatively will ship my FFL to yours for $735 (USPS MO) plus actual shipping costs.
  4. Just about even with the original ejector, which was not changed. The barrel measures 4 5/8 from the forcing cone to the muzzle.
  5. Gunsmith shop at Gander Mtn did the cut and recrown. Receipt is in the pic. But I removed the warning and reblued the barrel myself, which is reflected in the price. lol. FWIW - the pics accurately do show the finish however - like i stated in ad - looks ok, not great. Overall its a really handy little woods gun for bear or hog country.
  6. Next one out of the safe is a Ruger Super Blackhawk 44 Mag. Here is the backstory on it. I bought this gun new about 15 years ago when I decided I wanted to get into handgun hunting, so it started life with a 7.5 inch barrel. I found that squared off trigger guard uncomfortable to shoot, so added that Pachmayr grip which does a nice job both of filling that gap as well as cushioning the backstrap. I also like peep sights, so added a One Ragged Hole rear peep, (which does really work, btw). But after only a season or 2 I lost interest in handgun hunting (like my rifles too much) so decided I would turn it into a hiking gun for an out west trip by having the barrel shortened. Took it to a gunsmith for cut and recrown (receipt show below), then removed the warning and reblued the barrel myself, which looks ok but not great. The gun still shoots nice groups, and makes for a great woods companion in bear country, but I just don't shoot it anymore (never shot it much anyway), as I prefer a Glock 32 for all my outdoor carry. Well anyway, here is a very nice 44 magnum woods carry or hunting gun package for sale. Comes with the Pachmary grip, the original wood grips, the original box and manual, both the One Ragged Hole peep and the original sight, AND the nice Ruger holster shown in the pic. All this for $400, face to face in Wilson county or nearby with TN HCP or TN DL and sign BOS stating legal to buy. Alternatively will ship my FFL to yours for $435 (USPS MO) plus actual shipping.
  7. Sale is closed. Glad it found a good home!
  8. Sold pending funds! Thanks guys for all the nice comments on the P7. They really are awesome guns.
  9. Have decided now is as good as time as any to sell a few of the guns I have accumulated over the years - starting with those I rarely if ever shoot. Will try to post an ad here - the mechanics of this forum are new to me so please be patient if I mess up with the pictures or protocols. First up is my HK P7 M8 in 9mm. I bought this gun "new" back in the early 90s and its sat in my safe pretty much the entire time. The reason I say "new" is that its one of the West German police trade ins that were refurbished by HK to like new and put on the market in a new box As such it doesn't garner the full premium many P7s do nowadays, but its still a genuine HK P7 in nice shape and still rare as hens teeth. It comes with the original box with matching serial numbers, original brush and scraper, original manual, and the 2 original mags. The box is flawless. The manual has some oil stains on it from setting on top of the gun in the case. The gun itself has a slight mark near the muzzle on one side where it sat on the hard plastic divider in the box for 20 years, plus it has a slight discoloring in the bluing on the rear of the slide, which is typical for these WG trade ins as they reblued them in kind of a funky plum color. If you are unfamiliar with the P7 its a really cool gun. It utilizes a squeeze cocker type action, along with a delayed gas blowback, and a fixed barrel. All of this combines to make the gun extremely accurate and soft shooting, although being an all steel handgun its a little heavy compared to something like a Glock. The price is $1600 face to face within reasonable driving distance to Wilson County, and must have TN HCP and do the bill of sale thing. Alternatively the price is $1635 (USPS money order) plus actual shipping costs to ship from my FFL to yours. Now, hopefully I can figure out the picture posting thing....

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