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  1. I have 500 rounds of Wolf Steel cased ammo for the 6.5 Grendel up for sale. Ammo has been stored in an ammo can in dry, controlled environment. $125 FTF in Franklin or Brentwood.
  2. SPF’s I have a brand new box of .380 ammo. It’s Remington 95 grain target ammo. 250 rounds in the bulk pack. $60 and will meet in Franklin or Brentwood.
  3. I have 2000 rounds of Winchester M-22 up for sale that I don’t need. All the ammo is post recall. $80 for both boxes in Franklin or Brentwood.
  4. I’m headed to AR this weekend so will be down I40 to Memphis and back to middle TN Sunday if anyone in west TN is interested.
  5. I have a Gen 1 Glock 17 up for sale. I bought it several years ago used and the frame was already coated the tan color. I replaced all the springs in it when I got it to be safe and ran a few hundred rounds in it. Runs like a champ and very accurate. Comes with 1 magpul P17 mag. Gun was made in 1988 and has all the Austrian markings on. All part number match. $375 FTF in Franklin or South Nashville.
  6. pics added for quick viewing. Have done a couple deals with Jim and he is great to deal with. Buy with confidence.
  7. Negative. It just becomes a normal slide with sights. Even have slide covers so you don’t have an open spot there. My guess is 95% of slides are milled for RMR’s, which other MFG’s are now making their red dots to that foot print. You have Holosun 407 and 507 and Trijicon RMR and SRO to name a few that I know of. Chances of that foot print going away any time soon is slim. But when it does, it will be replaced by something better and I will be happy for the years of use I got out of my gun and optic.
  8. Puts the sight lower and less failure points as the MOS adds an extra attachment point. Most milled sights fit it tight as a glove too.
  9. I’m the one who bought the S&W 41 on here. Been on the look out for one in the $800 range for the last 4-5 years. After shooting it yesterday I should have dropped $1000+ years ago. The pistol was extremely impressive and accurate. The trigger is great. Kept a smile on my face the entire time at the range.
  10. I finally got to shoot mine yesterday and I was very pleased. It stove piped the first round and then ran flawless until about 500 rounds in. I got a couple of round that didn’t ignite. Could be ammo, could be a dirty chamber at that point. Shot Winchester M22, CCI minimags and CCI SV. The round that didn’t fire were the Winchester’s. They would fire the second or third time. For a 22 trainer for my Glock, fun gun for my kids or new shooters, it’s hit. Mags were easy to load and the trigger was great. Loved the short reset. My normal rule has always been friends don’t let friends buy Taurus, but I would recommend this one. Liked it much better than my Ruger SR22 too. Next time I’m going to run it suppressed to see how it does. Was at a public range so a can is pointless there IMHO.
  11. They confirmed it does in fact come with a thread adapter. Hoping mine ships soon.
  12. Cool. I ordered it yesterday and looking forward to getting it in.
  13. Interesting. I thought all of them came with the adapter but this product does mentioned the threaded barrel, but not adapter. I have emailed them to confirm what does come with the pistol.
  14. Thanks for sharing. Anyone know of a similar priced FFL in middle TN for transfers? The ones I have used in the past have closed. I used my google skills and found one for around $20 plus BC and I’m good with that.
  15. I just tried it and it was 799.80 for a case.
  16. Well he would still be searching after almost 2 years. He could be that patient I guess.

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