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About 79troublehead

  • Birthday 03/12/1956

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    crossville tn
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  • Handgun Carry Permit
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    sig 225
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  1. 1940's Savage mod 99EG, .300 sav. caliber. 99%, undrilled and tapped.
  2. Looking for a shop in the middle Tn. (Cumberland Countyish) area to mill a 1911 frame for a ramped barrel. Any suggestions?
  3. I've got one I use in an AR pistol I built. Good squirrel gun with a brace. 5.56 out of a 10" is painful.
  4. It's unscoped, A2 style front and rear sights, and I'm shooting Tula may-pops with aging eyes. Consistant ring an 8 inch plate at 50 yd.
  5. I've got one. PSA build, cheap bolt, c products mags, never had a problem.
  6. Nylon 77, rem 550-1, and an old springfield single shot for shooting .22 shorts.
  7. I built one. With the brace and a 10.5 barrel it shot well, but the muzzle blast with 5.56 was horrible. I stuck a .22lr adapter in it and its a fun little squirrel gun now.
  8. I like the older A1 length stocks over the A2's. Use a rifle tube and spring on either.
  9. I bought a couple of firearms through them a year or so ago. They were from a sheriffs auction, and had been apparently stored in a damp evidence locker since confiscation. I would definitely recommend looking over the gun in person, and be aware that all firearms (including antiques) have to go through the background check and registration.


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