TWRA Region III Seized Contraband For Sale

Friday, February 16, 2007

A sale of personal property seized by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officers will be held beginning the month of February. TWRA wildlife officers seize various items involved in wildlife violations each year. After the violators have been before the court, any of the items seized that have been declared to be contraband by the court are then ordered to be sold by the TWRA.

This sale will be held at the front door of the County Courthouse and each item will be sold to the highest bidder. Said sale of any firearms open only to persons 18 years of age or older and legally capable of possessing a firearm under federal and state laws.

The following is a list of the contraband items to be sold, along with a description of the items:

Morgan County, Tennessee (Wartburg) - February 24, 2007, 11:00 AM

  • One (1) Marlin .22 Win. magnum caliber rifle, ser. no. 96633633, with Tasco 3x9 scope
  • One (1) Charles Daly Maxi-mag shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. 3516578
  • One (1) Remington 6mm rifle, ser. no. A6520983, with Bushnell 4x12 scope
  • One (1) Winchester Model 70 rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. G2300504, with Simmons 3x9x40 scope, ser. no. 800481
  • One (1) Remington Model 700 rifle, .26-60 caliber, ser. no. B6616612, with BSA Contender 6x24x50 scope
  • One (1) Remington Model 700 rifle, .223 caliber, black composite stock, ser. no. G6581292, with Bushnell 3x9 scope, ser. no. W248929
  • One (1) Marlin Model 60 rifle, .22 caliber, ser. no. 11373205, with Timber King 4x32 scope
  • One (1) Remington Model 760 Game Master rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. 7016749, with Charles Daly 3x9 scope
  • One (1) Marlin Model 925M rifle, .22 magnum caliber, ser. no. 96616408, with Simmons Blazer 3x9x50 scope, ser. no. 560519
  • One (1) Summit HD 150 crossbow, ser. no. W53477, with Wolverine Hunter Crossbolt 20 with broadhead
  • One (1) Indian compound bow with three (3) Easton arrows with broadheads and quiver
  • One (1) Bear compound bow with three (3) Easton arrows with broadheads and quiver

    Scott County, Tennessee (Huntsville) - March 3, 2007, 10:00 AM

  • One (1) 1996 Chevy 1500 pickup truck, 2-wheel drive, beige in color, VIN/1GCEC19R5TE123143
  • One (1) 1989 Chevrolet Corsica, 4-door sedan, black in color, VIN/1G1LT5410KY121225 (no keys) SOLD AS IS
  • One (1) Ruger rifle, .22-250 caliber, stainless steel, no serial number listed, with black synthetic stock and Swift scope
  • One (1) Ruger Mark 300 pistol, .22 caliber, stainless, ser. no. 22912544
  • One (1) Ruger P-95 pistol, 9mm, no serial number listed
  • One (1) Savage Model 110 rifle, .243 caliber, ser. no. F713837, with scope
  • One (1) Mauser type 7mm rifle, no visible serial number
  • One (1) Matthews compound bow
  • One (1) Nigh Blaster spotlight, 1,000,000 candlepower
  • One (1) Hand-held spotlight


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