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Keltec PMR 30 (.22 Magnum 30 Round Handgun)


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2 hours ago, Kev101 said:

I asked too, clicked his profile and says he is in Franklin. 

It's yours if you want it, just read its rimfire and I'm more of a centerfire guy so gonna back out of this one. 

Best of luck though brother.

Appreciate it but he’s about 4 hours from me. Back to you, bet it’s a fun way to spend an afternoon. 

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5 minutes ago, terrible1one3 said:

Yeah, if you are on mobile you can flip to landscape view and the side of the post that has the users location in it appears. I am in Franklin, TN.

-Cheers

How could I use my phone 90% of the time on here and not know this?  🤦‍♂️ Thanks for the tip. 

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