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About Independent_shooter

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  • Birthday 08/30/1976

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    College Grove, TN
  • Interests
    Isshinryu, banjo, hunting, fishing

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    G26
  • Carry Weapon #2
    HK 45, Sig p290, 12ga ;)

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  1. I have the cz wing shooter and can attest to it. It is great gun.
  2. Looking for a 20gauge semi auto or o/u. Would like a quality $1k range gun (Franchi, CZ, Browning, Baretta, etc). Have some guns I can trade and or cash (HK USP 45c, Sig 290rs). Thanks Rudy
  3. Haha, the T is somewhat akin to a varmint version with a greater level of accuracy and the TC is thought to be a slight more accurate/adjustable version than the T.
  4. Does this happen to be a T or TC version of the rifle?  Please post some pics.  thanks
  5. They just posted a pic with the original tag, "claw controlled round feeding". If the prices stay reasonable, I may be getting my first 1911, a Colt 1911 Special Combat Government...looks to be new in the box.
  6. Thanks guys, I can't wait to get behind her. Too bad work has me in the road for a few days. I'm not on the tuarus forum
  7. Got it thanks, I forgot about photo bucket...I got spoiled to the direct upload on the classified section.  
  8. Well I just got my Tikka back. I think this combo came out nicely. Tikka T3 Stainless in 308 Minox Z5 3x15x50 (they had a sale for $325 for this German glass) GRS hunter stock Seekins rings 20MAO rail
  9. I saw those gun broker prices in the $1,300-1,600 range.  That's why I thought if I could get a deal it would be worth it.  They also have 20 or so SCAR 17 clips (haha jk mags) for sale as well as tons of ammo.
  10. Thanks guys, exactly the distinctions I was looking for.  Unfortunately, the auction is only online (and the pics and info they provide is limited).  If I can't get one for under $500, I think I'll pass.  The wood on both of them do look real nice.  They have a Sako and a couple 1911's for sale, and a couple mausers.  They have a $5k gun safe (the high end liberty line)....so I would expect that the guns (based on the other guns in the auction) are quality.  I'll post some pics if I end up with some of them.  
  11. I am watching a bankruptcy auction, and there are two super grade model 70s a 300 win mag New with tags and a 7mm lightly used. I don't know much about the 70's other than some military snipers have used them. I'm in the market for an elk rifle. What would be a safe amount to pay for a "super grade"? Anything I need to be looking for with these rifles? Thanks in advance for any help!
  12. Offered for sale is a Remington VTR in 308.  This rifle has a 22" barrel, with 5R rifling, 2" of the barrel is for a integrated muzzle break.  The price includes the Leopold 3x9x40 VXii and rings pictured, but not the bi-pod and sling.  I've killed a number of deer with this rifle.  This gun has already had the trigger recall work performed by Remington last year.      I just had a custom rifle built, so I need to make room in the safe...plus TGODavid, with his recent post, has peeked my interest in the new Ruger Precision Rifle  :drool: ...which means I need $ for a rifle and a new safe (which will lead to more guns...it's a vicious circle).   I digress, I am pricing this to sell at $650.   I will also be listing a couple more guns in the near future (when I get the opportunity to get some pics), a Mossberg 835 ulti-mag camo turkey gun and an HK USP 45c, and possibly my SIG 290rs 9mm. 

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