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About gregintenn

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  • Birthday 07/19/1973

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lafayette, Tennessee
  • Interests
    Smiths, old Savages, Colts, and Winchesters.

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W642
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Ruger LCP

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  1. gregintenn

    bluing

    What are you working on?
  2. gregintenn

    Handgun Carry Question/ Insight

    Shucks yeah! Nothing wrong with that at all.
  3. gregintenn

    Lafayette, Tn. VFW shotting match info

    Sorry. I do not. It is held on Saturdays on highway 52 beside Sunshine Market. That is about all I know. Macounty County VFW has a Facebook page. You might also call Quinn Marlow at 615-388-7751.
  4. gregintenn

    Lafayette, Tn. VFW shotting match info

    You talking about the turkey shoots they have on Saturday mornings?
  5. gregintenn

    bluing

    It is high priced spray paint that devalues ome's gun? Don't do it; especially if you'd ever like to sell said gun.
  6. gregintenn

    Tonneau covers? your thoughts?

    I'd strongly recommend one that rolls up, slides, or whatever, as opposed to the one piece fiberglass covers that raise up like a trunk lid. These are waterproof. They are also dustproof; as far as letting any get OUT of the bed. Also, whatever you want out of the bed ain't hard to find....it's in the middle, right up against the cab. I like a deep tool box. If I needed any more cover than that, I'd probably get an SUV.
  7. gregintenn

    Photobucket is back

    I wasn't trying to promote the site, just passing along information.
  8. gregintenn

    Photobucket is back

    I'm probably the last to know, but in case I'm not, it seems you can once again post photos stored there without paying their ransom.
  9. gregintenn

    Sparta gun show score

    I have a copy of Roy Jinks' book. It dates most everything but I frames.
  10. gregintenn

    Sparta gun show score

    Pretty good. The parking is screwed up. Where I'm used to parking is now fenced off, and they're building a new school there. Not much in the way of air conditioning in the building either, but quite a bit of interesting stuff; especially older stuff.
  11. gregintenn

    Sparta gun show score

    Late 20's as far as I can tell. Serial number is 444xxx if anyone has a means to narrow it down further.
  12. gregintenn

    Sparta gun show score

    It is the longer barrel precursor to the Smith and Wesson kit gun. An I frame 22 long rifle with a 6" barrel and adjustable sights. The earliest of these were commonly referred to as the Bekaert model, as a gun store owner in California suggested this model be produced. Later, the kit guns were produced. They were essentially the same gun, but with a 2 or 4" barrel instead of the 6". "Heavy frame" is a bit of a misnomer, as the I frame was a dainty little thing, but the largest 22 they produced at the time. It was beefier than the rarely seen M frame, also known as the "Lady Smith".
  13. gregintenn

    Sparta gun show score

    Not sure why the pic looks weird, they fit fine in real life.
  14. gregintenn

    The Garden Thread

    Scarecrow made from PVC, bucket, gourd, and my old clothes.
  15. gregintenn

    What size backup generator?

    Scarecrow made from PVC, elbows, gourd, crochet head, and my old clothes. CHIDtt! wrong thread. Sorry

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