By 221 Fireball
Going through the knife drawer. These two are no longer made, have never been sharpened or used or carried. Just sat in the drawer, except when I took the Fred Eichler Signature knife to the NRA convention to have Fred sign it. You can barely see the signature in front part of sheath. Black sharpie on brown leather not the best contrast. The Eichler has G10 grips.
The other is a Kissing Crane 615 (stag grips) made in Solingen Germany.
$75 each, or sell both for $140. Will ship on your dime, or FTF (extended on a six foot pole out the truck window) in Murfreesboro area. 😄
By SCV Outdoorsguy
Have decided now is as good as time as any to sell a few of the guns I have accumulated over the years - starting with those I rarely if ever shoot. Will try to post an ad here - the mechanics of this forum are new to me so please be patient if I mess up with the pictures or protocols.
First up is my HK P7 M8 in 9mm. I bought this gun "new" back in the early 90s and its sat in my safe pretty much the entire time. The reason I say "new" is that its one of the West German police trade ins that were refurbished by HK to like new and put on the market in a new box As such it doesn't garner the full premium many P7s do nowadays, but its still a genuine HK P7 in nice shape and still rare as hens teeth. It comes with the original box with matching serial numbers, original brush and scraper, original manual, and the 2 original mags. The box is flawless. The manual has some oil stains on it from setting on top of the gun in the case. The gun itself has a slight mark near the muzzle on one side where it sat on the hard plastic divider in the box for 20 years, plus it has a slight discoloring in the bluing on the rear of the slide, which is typical for these WG trade ins as they reblued them in kind of a funky plum color. If you are unfamiliar with the P7 its a really cool gun. It utilizes a squeeze cocker type action, along with a delayed gas blowback, and a fixed barrel. All of this combines to make the gun extremely accurate and soft shooting, although being an all steel handgun its a little heavy compared to something like a Glock.
The price is $1600 face to face within reasonable driving distance to Wilson County, and must have TN HCP and do the bill of sale thing. Alternatively the price is $1635 (USPS money order) plus actual shipping costs to ship from my FFL to yours.
Now, hopefully I can figure out the picture posting thing....