An old friend from my Marine Corps days is selling the following:
Remington 700P .308, tactical heavy barrel in Stainless Steel and sent away to have a coat of black Cerakote put on it. It has a Bell and Carlson Medalist Tactical Adjustable Stock, a Badger Ordnance Thruster Tactical Compensator and Bolt Knob, Harris Bipod, with a Leupold scope. $1,500.00
It's a pretty sweet piece, wish I could swing if myself. He's in Central Virginia if you are looking for a face-to-face purchase. I don't know if he's interested in shipping to an FFL in another state or not. It you are interested, email me with your contact information, and I'll pass it on to him.
It Almost Hit The Fan
This morning, sometime between 5:30 and 6, about 8 miles from our house, an airplane crashed into a backyard. The homeowners only heard their dogs barking, and didn't know what happened until they finally answered one of many phone calls they got. Seems the pilot had flown down from New England and missed his first approach to the airport, but ran out of fuel coming back in. He was heading for a field, but clipped some trees. It's fortunate that he missed any houses.
Where do you have your preps stored? Are they all in one part of the house or garage? This is a prime example for the benefits for spreading them around different locations. A tornado could take out the work shop, a tree could fall on the garage, or a plane could land on your house. "Don't keep all your eggs in one basket," our ancestors used to say, and it wasn't just a folksy saying, it's a good idea.