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Marshal TKD, Sass # 36984L

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  1. Vortex Viper PST 1-4, 30mm tube, lighted reticle, with factory mount ($600 new) $400 $250 Shipped Or With a Warn 30 mm skeletonized mount, Pictured (the mount is $180 new) $500 $350 Shipped Certified bank check or postal money order.
  2. Up for sale is a Ruger No.1 45-70 model 11365 It is a Lipsey's special run. The barrel is a C weight. Ruger made around 250 of these rifles for Lipsey's. I have not fired the rifle. It has a 26” barrel Has the rings with it. Has the original box. it will come with a 1-4 power Nikon African with a 1” tube #4 reticle. The tube is pinched ahead of the front lenses. The glass is not cracked. I took this scope as part of a purchase, it came off a 338 Marlin, the original owner claimed he did not know it was pinched. It has been mounted and shot on one of my other 45-70’s. It held the zero with no problem Price is $1800 $1500 shipped. Payment by certified bank check or postal money order. Shipping will be from my FFL to your FFL in the lower 48.
  3. Who is coming list updated. Schedule is updated. We will not be printing a shooters book this year. The Shooters book has been sent to those who registered. Drake is sending out an updated email in t he next day or two. You can save a copy to your phone or tablet, most of them have files area to save files to. You can also print a copy and bring it with you. THERE WILL NOT BE ANY PRINTED COPIES AVAILABLE AT THE RANGE. We have a new food vendor this year so hopefully it all goes well. Here is a copy of the stage book. Shootout 2024 book.pdf
  4. As others have shared the barrels are hammer forged. Hammer forging process. A blank is clamped in a rotating holder. The rotation is not used to produce the rifling twist in a hammer-forged barrel; the twist is in the mandrel. Rotation is used to keep the barrel round during the forging operation. The mandrel is inserted into the borehole, and the barrel moves at a constant speed toward a series of cam-driven hammers arranged in a circle. Hammers are paired 180 degrees apart to equalize stresses. The hammers strike the rotating barrel with tremendous force, bending the steel to contact the mandrel inside. If the offending machine work bothers you a bunch then you could always lap your barrel. We shoot minute of plate, not minute of angle in CAS. Most of us accept that fact.
  5. For sale is a Colt Light Weight Commander. I bought it used, I have never shot it or carried it. There are some handeling marks and light scratches on the frame. It comes in the Blue Colt box. One Colt Magazine. No paper work or lock. $700 plus shipping to your FFL. Shipping should be no more than $50 in the lower 48 from my FFL. First I will take it gets it. Certified bank check or postal money order. I can do a face to face locally, Huntsville Al area.
  6. Yes it is. The 375 is probably one of the more versatile rounds out there. i am still looking for some more brass.
  7. Normally I would say one is none and two is one. Since it is a Glock one is one.
  8. I have for sale a Glock 42 The 42 is 380 caliber that comes with the case, lock, bore brush and two magazines. It has been test fired for 50 rounds. Never carried. $375 shipped to your FFL. SPF The 48 is a 9mm single stack that duplicates the size of 19 come with case, cleaning rod, bore brush, 2 magazines and lock. Test fired maybe 100 rounds. Never carried. $375 shipped to your FFL. First I will take it gets it. Postal money order or certified check only. Will do a FTF for cash. Guns will ship from my FFL to yours. Glock 48 Glock 42
  9. Needing brass for my Ruger Hawkeye African chambered in 375 Ruger. For left handed shooters is the way to get a rifle in a left handed action that preforms similar to the legendary 375 H&H for around $1100 to $1500. The model 70 Safari Express left handed sells for north of $3000 if you can find one. The left handed Mauser actions in 375 H&H sell for north $8000 if you can find one.
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