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  1. Price dropped to $375. With 200 rounds of ammo, this mint gun is a deal if you're looking for reliable concealed carry.
  2. SOLD. I'm selling my wife's concealed carry, which she doesn't use. She purchased it new and is the only owner. The Smith & Wesson 638 is a 5-shot 38 special +P revolver, perfect for concealed carry. She shot less than 75 rounds at the ranges, so it's in mint condition. Included are 150 rounds of 38 special ammo and 50 rounds of 357 ammo (not for this gun). Located in Memphis. $375 or best offer.
  3. bump for price reduction to $550. The tax man is knocking on the door!
  4. SOLD: Smith and Wesson 686 revolver with 6 inch barrel, 357 magnum / 38 calibre. Serial number AHYXXXX shows this gun was manufactured between July - October 1985. I've owned it 10 years and have shot less than 250 rounds with it, cleaned and oiled it thoroughly after each use. Very well kept as you can see by the very good condition shown in the pictures. Includes a padded case. I also have 357 mag ammo to be included at no additional cost. Located in Memphis. Price dropped to $550.
  5. I'm the second owner of this Baby Browning 0.25 ACP semi-automatic pistol, and have shot it less than 50 rounds in the 8 years I've owned it. After each time I've carefully cleaned and oiled it. Barrel length is 2 inches, comes with one magazine. As the pictures show it is in excellent condition, with no external scratches or marks. Serial number 44XXXX puts the Belgium manufactured year as 1968. This little beauty is a wonderful collector's item but can also serve as a great concealed carry. Original pouch in very good condition is included. $340 OBO. In Memphis. I also have ammo to sell at below market value. Other guns listed as well.
  6. I'm the second owner of this beautiful Ruger New Model Single-Six revolver. I've shot less than 200 rounds through it in 10 years, and have cleaned and oiled it after every use. It is in very good condition, just look at the beautiful wood handle and pristine blued finish. There is one scratch on the bottom of the barrel, see picture. It comes with two cylinders, one for .22 LR and one for .22 Mag. Original box included. Serial number 64-XXXXX puts the manufactured year at 1975. $375 OBO. Located in Memphis. I also have ammo that I will sell below market price. Other guns up for auction as well.
  7. For sale my Smith and Wesson 686 revolver with 6 inch barrel, 357 magnum / 38 calibre. Serial number AHYXXXX shows this gun was manufactured between July - October 1985. I've owned it 10 years and have shot less than 250 rounds with it, cleaned and oiled it thoroughly after each use. Very well kept as you can see by the very good condition shown in the pictures. Includes a padded case. I also have ammo to sell at less than market price. Gun is $575 OBO. Located in Memphis.
  8. neuro

    best .22 handgun

    My favorite is my Browning Nomad... this was my dad's plinker and it's still dead accurate and loads of fun to shoot. I recently bought a Ruger Single Six and am having lots of fun with it as well. I love the 22 Magnum chamber option. I have a friend who has asked me to sell her deceased husband's Ruger Mark I, so I've done a bit of shooting with it to try it out. Also a very nice gun, lots of fun to shoot. Once you get the hang of its disassembly and re-assembly I give it two thumbs up as well. So yes, I am enjoying going to the range and shooting lots of 22's at a low price, but I always make sure to bring along my S&W 686 and some 357 mags for the big bang thrill. Finally, there's another way I keep up my target skills without even a trip to the range: I've got a S&W 586 air pistol (CO2 cartridge, ten pellet magazine) that is incredibly accurate, feels just like a real 586 (weight, size... just not the recoil). I can shoot this for hours and have lots of fun with nearly zero cost! Highly recommended.
  9. Might be most members of the NRA have difficulty counting to 6. neuro
  10. I'm looking to purchase a S&W 686 (no dash) 357 mag revolver, 6 inch barrel. The first three digits of the serial number are AHY. That puts the gun somewhere between 1980 and 1986. The gun has only slight rings around the cylinder with no other scratches. The owner wants $550. Is this a reasonable price? My other choice would be a new Ruger GP100 stainless 6 inch online for about $520. Thanks. Neuro
  11. I recently got back into handgun shooting... used to shoot in college years ago but before the kids were born I sold my small Beretta pistol and S&W 38 snubnose. Have not shot since then, though I still have one of the guns from that time, a 1967 Browning Nomad 22LR pistol which is still dead on target. I recently bought a Bersa Thunder 9mm Ultra Compact for home defense (qualified with it last night) and to take to the range occasionally, love it! Now I am looking for a 357 magnum revolver with a 5 - 6 inch barrel; thinking hard about a Ruger GP100. Looked at a Taurus 66 and do not like the feel of the trigger, and the S&W is a couple hundred more than I want to spend. Hope to learn a lot from you guys. Neuro

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