polishshooter
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polishshooter

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    1. lcn
      lcn
      Hello Polishshooter, I told you I would get back to you.
      If you lived here and could pick up the gun yourself it would cost 590.00. If the customer is out of state he will only ship it to another Federal dealer and you would have to get it from him to complete the paper work. And the dealer would charge you a transfer fee plus the shipping. He said if you are interested in the gun, talk to a dealer near you it would be easyer and cheeper most likely.
      Brian's info. Uncle Olys gun shop, 19389 E. Stackpole Rd. Mount Vernon Washington 98274 Office ph. (360) 428-3058 Cell (360) 708-7943
      If you want his business card send me your mailing address.
      Besides firearms he deals in just about anything firearms related. Call or Email at olysgunshop@fidalgo.net his web page is olysgunshop.com
      Haven't been too much help but it never hurts to have as many contacts as you can.
      Larry Nelson
      nelsonrecore@yahoo.com
    2. American Leader
      American Leader
      Happy Thanksgiving and May God Bless you and yours!
    3. CampingJosh
      CampingJosh
      Pickenup beat me to it! I got to the thread, but by the time I tried to delete it, it was gone.

      Glad to have you back, Mike.
    4. American Leader
      American Leader
      Merry Christmas to You & Yours! May God Bless You All! A.L.
    5. Crpdeth
      Crpdeth
      Happy Birthday, man!
    6. polishshooter
      polishshooter
      No read what I posted about the Swift and the .22-250 today, that says it all, BOTH are extremely accurate varmint rounds that do the job, but I grew up in the 60s when the .22-250 was introduced, and there was a helluva lot of "Swift Bashing" going on right at that time which for better or worse definitely helped the 250 sales and pushed the Swift ALMOST into oblivion, but it TOO is an inherently accurate cartridge and CAN be pushed much higher than the 250 so it survived, almost like a "cult" for a while, and now is making a comeback. But if you look closely in any manual, you cannot read about the .22-250 WITHOUT having at least a passing reference or comparison to the Swift, so that always caught my eye too.

      Yeah, we got another 1/2 of rain last night, maybe another 1/2" today then changing to snow tomorrow. We like passed our "normal" rain amounts for both February AND March in like two days! The 28th and the 1st! There were some serious flooding around here, but luckily the 2 " we got on the 1st receded enough in 2 days so the 2" we got on the 3rd and 4th pretty much just brought everything back to where it was two days earlier. If it was continuous we would have needed an ARK!
    7. American Leader
      American Leader
      Boy PS, when I read the posts on your Swift I think the guy's are trying to make me feel like a second class citizen for shooting a .22-250. I love this gun so much I thought about buying a clone! As soon as the weather warms up I'll shoot a set and make a post, that will get'em goin!
    8. American Leader
      American Leader
      Yea PS, how did you do last night in the rain or snow department? We had rain all night here in eastern Iowa and water is running through my "Man Cave" right under my loading bench. Basement is full of water!
    9. polishshooter
      polishshooter
      Cool! I was out of town since Sunday, just got home.

      I'll plan on shooting some skeet this summer. My son got into it with a friend from Muncie and we used to shoot at either the range at Geist or a range somewhere near Muncie where they also had a cowboy range. I haven't shot since he left for the Army last year though.
    10. CampingJosh
      CampingJosh
      I stopped past that Conservation Club in S.R. 44 this evening. They're open to the public on Tuesdays after 4:00 PM. No one was shooting tonight, but it was "open" if anyone had wanted to. I didn't have a shotgun with me (I wasn't thinking about it), or I probably would have been out on the line.
      They also have a league on Sundays, but it won't start up until better weather. I'm not sure if the league is only open to members, but it didn't sound that way.
    11. Marlin T
      Marlin T
      Where have you been?
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