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About Kamikaze

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  • Birthday 06/07/1983

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Columbia, TN
  • Interests
    Rock Crawling, Shooting, and Family
  • Occupation
    CNC Fabricator Columbia Machine Works Inc


  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
  • Military
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 29SF 10mm
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Diamondback DB9
  1. I have my doubts honestly, I would hope they still turn up
  2. He is going to jail to
  3. Everyone involved has been caught, it was someone I knew. Someone I had helped out, got him a job at my work, my wife took his kids to school, our kids play ball together. Just got on pills and threw his life away. Sold all my guns and my chainsaw for $200. The guy that bought them panicked and threw them all in the duck river. I'll never see them again over some stupid pills.
  4. I have good news and bad news. Good news is all those responsible have been caught and will be punished. Bad news is they sold my guns and by the time they caught up with the guy that bought them he had thrown them in the Duck River... It's a damn shame
  5. They have taken prints. Will know results tomorrow. Just trying to find them. I can't replace that SKS and I don't want any of them on the street.
  6. [quote name="Erik88" post="1097818" timestamp="1390166753"]Damn, really sorry to hear this. If you can afford $15 a month I would recommend getting an alarm system with Simply Safe. I have a wireless system from Life Shield but I pay twice as much. Just curious, is it all they took? Was the gun hidden or in plan sight?[/quote] They were in my house. I'm pretty sure I know who did it. To many clues pointing his direction. Got a few guitars, my chainsaw, two iPads, my laptop, xbox ect... Didn't touch anything belonging to my wife or kids save a few cheap necklaces in the midst of all her jewelry.
  7. Also a Barnett Jackal crossbow with bloodsport carbon bolts and folding broad heads. Has red/green three dot
  8. A bone stock Remington 770 with a busted scope and camo tape, no magazine 30-06
  9. http://www.tngunowners.com/forums/index.php?/topic/67897-Talked-my-grandfather-out-of-a-never-fired-Norinco-SKS This SKS
  10. Ruger 10-22 has a chipped front sight and a black pistol grip folding collapsible stock with a 3x9 scope
  11. In the Columbia, Culleoka area
  12. My house was broken into Thursday and I am missing the following guns if any of you come across them. WASR AK-47 with Tapco collapsing stock, black aluminum rail with 6" BSA Red dot, black hand guard, real tree padded sling. I believe the manufacture year was 63 or 64.
  13. This gun was stolen from my home Thursday if anyone sees it.
  14. Dang. Oh well. That's a nice early import. Pretty sure those were made for export, while the type 56 was actual military issue! Very nice find! Good to know. Thanks!
  15. Still has cosmoline under the sight and has the cleaning kit in the stock.

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