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About BryanP

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  • Birthday 09/30/1968

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    Smyrna, TN

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W 649
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Kahr PM9

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  1. I'll take the Romeo. PM incoming.
  2. Not really looking for a shotgun, but thanks.
  3. I'm selling a Kahr PM9 with Crimson Trace laser grip, the box, two magazines (one flush fit, one extended) and a Desantis pocket holster. https://www.kahr.com/mk-series-and-pm-series-handguns/ https://www.crimsontrace.com/products/manufacturer/kahr-arms/01-2410 Why are you selling it? Arthritis sucks, and this tiny 9mm doesn't work for my hands anymore. It's too small and too light, so I can't shoot it well enough. My solution is to carry something a little bigger and heavier, and now this is just sitting around gathering dust. How does it work? Very well. I've had no problems with WWB 115 grain ball, or my preferred carry load: Federal HST Micro 150 grain. Past that you'll have to test yourself. How much do you want for it? $450, and a signed bill of sale. How'd you pick that price? I searched completed PM9 auctions on Gunbroker. Found 20 that I thought were comparable. Threw out the two highest and two lowest and averaged the remainder. Then did the same for the LG437 Crimson Trace. Then knocked 20% off that total. I can't believe how much prices have changed since I bought this thing back in 2008. I'm selling it for less than half of what I paid for it. Will you come down off that price? Probably not. I'm in no rush to sell, and if I was going to sell it cheaper I'd offer it to friends first. Trades? I'd prefer to sell this outright, but here are some trades I'd be interested in: Ruger SR22 .22lr pistol Beretta 84/85 Cheetah .380. S&W Shield EZ .380 Glock 42 .380 Beretta 92 9mm Sig P365 9mm Sig P320 9mm Ammunition: .38spl, .357 magnum. .380. 9mm. .223.
  4. You don’t ask you don’t get. And uneven trades get balanced out with cash.
  5. Single Action. That link at the top has a pretty good write up about it.
  6. ***SOLD*** I'm selling an Enfield No4 Mk1* Long Branch chambered in .303 Enfield. It comes with a blade bayonet and a decent supply of quality ammo. http://www.allaboutenfields.co.nz/no4s/no4-mki/ Included ammunition: 60 rounds of Sellier & Bellot 60+ rounds of FOM (the fourth box is partially used) 287 rounds of Greek HXP .303 (this is very high quality surplus .303). 95 in the plastic tub, and four 48-round boxes. What you get: The rifle, the bayonet, the ammo. Why are you selling it? Arthritis sucks and this is a bit more oomph than I can shoot these days. The last time I shot it my shoulder felt like hell for 3 days, and my right shoulder already makes crunching noises without abuse. I hate selling it, and it wouldn't take much to talk me in to keeping it. How does it work? Beautifully. It's a piece of history. How much do you want for it? $745, and a signed bill of sale. How'd you pick that price? I searched completed auctions on Gunbroker. Found 17 that I thought were comparable. Threw out the two highest and two lowest and averaged the remainder. I then looked up what a No 4 Mk. I blade bayonet goes for and added 1/2 of that. For the ammo, you can't find some of these brands anymore, so I looked up what the cheap .303 goes for, knocked off a bit and used that. Then knocked $25 off that total. Will you come down off that price? Probably not. I'm in no rush to sell, and as I mentioned it wouldn't take much to talk me into keeping it. However, I'll knock $10 off if you'll show me a valid TN HCP. I'll knock $20 off if you let me snap a pic of your HCP for my "guns I've bought and sold" file. WHAT?!?!?! But muh privacy!?!?! You don't have to show it to me. I'm offering to give you a discount if you do. You sure like to talk a lot. I prefer to think of myself as honest and informative. How about trades? Make me an offer. Things that would pique my interest: Beretta 92 (regular or compact, 9mm or .22). Beretta 84/85 Cheetah .380. Sig P365. Sig P320. Sig P230/P232. Revolvers in .22, .357, or .38. Ammunition. .22lr, .38spl, .357 magnum. .380. 9mm. .223.
  7. ***Price Lowered to $200*** I'm selling a Hi Point 995TS 9mm carbine with two magazines. https://www.hi-pointfirearms.com/hi-point-carbines/hi-point-9mm-carbine.php What you get: The carbine and two 10 round magazines. Why are you selling it? I want to make room in the safe for new toys. I bought it on a whim and barely shot it since I have other toys I prefer. How does it work? It's a Hi Point carbine. It's ugly, but it shoots great. How much do you want for it? ***, and a signed bill of sale. How'd you pick that price? I looked up what they're selling for new plus the price of an extra magazine and knocked $30 off that. Will you come down off that price? I'll knock $10 off if you'll show me a valid TN HCP. WHAT?!?!?! But muh privacy!?!?! You don't have to show it to me. I'm offering to give you a discount if you do. You sure like to talk a lot. I prefer to think of myself as honest and informative. How about trades? Make me an offer. Things that would pique my interest: (and yes, I know I'd have add $ to equalize the value) Beretta 92 (regular or compact, 9mm or .22). Beretta 84/85 Cheetah .380. Sig P239 Sig P365. Sig P320. Revolvers in .22, .357, or .38. Ammunition. .22lr, .38spl, .357 magnum. .380. 9mm. .223.
  8. I'm selling a Hungarian FEG P9M 9mm. This is one of the many Hi Power based pistols they produced over the years. This particular model is an oddball that may be interesting to you. Externally it looks like a Hi Power, and it does use Hi Power magazines. It takes Hi Power grips as well, but the ones on it are the ones that came with it. Internally it is more closely related to the Smith & Wesson Model 39. You can read more about it at the link below. Yes, the picture links appear to be dead. I have a printout of that article from back when the picture links were good and it will be included for reference. https://www.shootersforum.com/handguns/48734-smith-wesson-hi-power-yep.html What you get: The pistol. One 13 round Hi Power magazine. The box it was shipped in from the importer. The manual. A cleaning rod that came with it. A printout of the article linked above. The receipt from when I bought it. (I'm selling it for less than I paid for it, sigh) Why are you selling it? I want to make room in the safe for new toys. I never shoot this gun anymore since I acquired a Hi Power Mk III, and that's been over 10 years. How does it work? I took it to the range a couple of months ago just to check it out again. I put a hundred rounds of WWB through it with no problems. How much do you want for it? $330, and a signed bill of sale. How'd you pick that price? I searched for completed auctions online, found 15, threw out the two highest and two lowest sales, averaged the remainder, then knocked $20 off that. Will you come down off that price? Probably not. I'm in no rush to sell, and I'm already dropping $20 from the average. However, in addition to the bill of sale, I'll knock $10 off if you'll show me a valid TN HCP. I'll knock $20 off if you let me snap a pic of your HCP for my "guns I've bought and sold" file. WHAT?!?!?! But muh privacy!?!?! You don't have to show it to me. I'm offering to give you a discount if you do. You sure like to talk a lot. I prefer to think of myself as honest and informative. How about trades? Make me an offer. Things that would pique my interest: Beretta 92 (regular or compact, 9mm or .22). Beretta 84/85 Cheetah .380. Sig P365. Sig P320. Sig P230/P232. Revolvers in .22, .357, or .38. Ammunition. .22lr, .38spl, .357 magnum. .380. 9mm. .223.
  9. This is an interesting revamp / redesign of their discontinued PC-9 / PC-40. I’ve almost bought a PC-9 several times, but discontinued = “RARE AND VALUABLE!” so they were always overpriced. I think I’ll have to get one to go with my SR9c.
  10. BryanP

    Sig P250-22

    I just picked up the 9mm x-change kit for the P250. I haven't had a chance to get to the range and this weekend isn't going to happen. I've never had any problems with Federal, but then I just realized, my .22 guns are revolvers, a CZ-452, A Ruger 10/22, and a Ruger Mk II 22/45. In other words, all guns that will fire pretty much anything.
  11. BryanP

    Sig P250-22

    I picked up one of the P250-22s that CDNN has on special right now. Took it to the range today and split time between that and my MkII 22/45. I was surprised that I was almost as accurate with the Sig as the Ruger*. The only problem I had was repeated failures to feed, mostly from the same one of the two mags, and only with Federal .22lr. CCI MiniMags worked fine every time. Next time I'll bring along some Remington and whatever else I can find to try, after a thorough clean & lube. I've already given in to temptation and ordered the 9mm X-Change kit, which was another $300 + shipping. I'll be curious t see how it does. Ammunition sensitivity in a .22 is par for the course, but I've never heard anything bad about the center fire versio. And yes, I know, all the cool kids have moved to the P320. But the price was right, and so far it's an enjoyable range toy if nothing else *Let's be clear: almost as accurate is still bad. I'm a mediocre shot, mainly because I can't seem to manage getting to the range much more than quarterly. I'm hoping to better that this year.
  12. Do yourself a favor, call some of the ranges in your area that do rentals and try to find one that has an airweight Smith and an LCR you can try.    My personal experience is that I carried an airweigth S&W 638 for quite a while, but it was just too much recoil to practice well with.  I eventually bought a 649 (exact same gun, steel frame instead of the airweigtht) and it's much easier to shoot.  It does weight a bit more in the pocket, but it hasn't been much of an issue for me.
  13.   This.  They're not exciting or sexy, but they still sell like crazy.  I'd be willing to bet if you omitted sales to police agencies, J frame revolvers are a huge chunk of their sold inventory. 
  14. 8.1 works fine, especially if you install one of the third party start menu utilities like Classic Shell.  http://www.classicshell.net/

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