Teejay9
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Teejay9

New Member, from Southwest Corner of the US, "Where no stinking fen

Teejay9 was last seen:
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    1. 45nut
      45nut
      Hey TJ,

      What happened to mrkirker?
    2. reinhard
      reinhard
      grĂ¼ss gott ,teejay from Hoboken ,the old continent
    3. pawn
      pawn
      hello sir. any luck progressing your search for a cz 75 kadet?

      all the best.

      Mark
    4. ilovenxstage
      ilovenxstage
      I live in Indianapolis, which I don't like simply because I can't handle living in the city. I've always preferred small towns. The most expensive gun I have is my 9mm Firestar Plus which I bought from a friend for $120. My Mosin Nagant was $95 and my Schmidt .22 was given to me. As far as acquiring firearms, I definitely have to buy used.
    5. pawn
      pawn
      so, how's the hunt for a CZ75 Kadet progressing? Still interested?
    6. PPK 32
      PPK 32
      Amen to that!! No such thing as too many friends!!
    7. PPK 32
      PPK 32
      Greetings from Illinois!! Teejay.
    8. pawn
      pawn
      Cheers from TN Teejay :D
    9. Big ugly
      Big ugly
      I ahve made it a point to collect firearms from that era from allover the world. Unfortunately some are almost impossible to get ammo for. Right now I am lookn at a Llama 1911 chambered in 9mm largo. Which was never available in the US and its a shame cuz this is a beutiful handgun and the price is right.
    10. Big ugly
      Big ugly
      I have the cap papers for this one and also a report from Beretta. It was manufactured in 1942 for military use. It was sent back for repair to the firing pin in 1944. Captured in 1945 by my grandfather from a german officer along with the p-38 you seen in my album. Beretta was not sure how it got into the hands of a german officer for it was never issued to germans outside of Italy. I have never had any problems with it, other that one of the magazines is thin at the top and dont allow for proper feeding. It shoots fine with the other magazine though. It dond like to load hollow points though but it does great with ball.
    11. Big ugly
      Big ugly
      It has BERETTA-CAL.7.65-BEREVETTA GARDONE V.T. 1942XX on the slide. and a roman numeral M on the palm guard just below the hammer. Other thn the serial number that is all that is marked on it. I have the original holster for this also but the holster didnt fare as well as the firearm though. It has zero pitting and zero marks anywhere. This thing is in A plus condition as far as the metal is concerned you know no rust or defects of any kind. The blueing is wore where the holster was but that is it.
    12. PPK 32
      PPK 32
      The bolt ears on my standard are the same as my MK III, spaced evenly with the same number of grooves. My standard is supposed to be 1965 vintage, maybe earlier ones had this??? Hope this helps.
    13. PPK 32
      PPK 32
      I am not real good with termonoligy, I have a MK III, as well as the standard. I think I know what you are refering too. Next time I have them out I will pull the Standard down and see whats up with it. Versus the MK II or III.
    14. PPK 32
      PPK 32
      Of course you can ask a question about my Rugers have more than one. Bought my standard many months ago and am very pleased with it. Whats your question.
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    Location:
    Southwest Corner of the US, "Where no stinking fen
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    Disabled retired and just watching the wheels go '
    Anything that happened in '50s, '60's, 70's, '80s, 90's til present, I was around.

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