TWRA Selling Contraband Property

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

A sale of personal property seized by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officers will be held beginning the month of April.  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:

Clay County, Tennessee (Celina) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Winchester Model 70 rifle, 7mm magnum, ser. no. G2194673, with BSA 3.5-10x50 scope.
Cumberland County, Tennessee (Crossville) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Knight .50 caliber muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. 5014582, with Bushnell 3x9 scope.
 One (1) CVA Staghorn muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. 61-13060622-01.
 One (1) Glenfield Model 30 rifle, .30-30 caliber, ser. no. AC495596, with Bushnell scope.
 One (1) J.C. Higgins Model 10318 rifle, .22 caliber, single shot, no visible serial number.
 One (1) New England Arms rifle, .243 caliber, ser. no. NU309649, with Charles Daly 4x40 scope.
 One (1) Garrity spotlight.
 One (1) Q-beam spotlight.
 One (1) 12-volt battery.

Dekalb County, Tennessee (Smithville) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
  One (1) Remington Model 742 Woodsmaster rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. 7072529, with Golden Antler 3x9 scope.

Fentress County, Tennessee (Jamestown) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Norinco MAK 90 Sporter rifle, 7.62x39 caliber, ser. no. 94130182.
 One (1) Colt Trooper MK III revolver, .357 magnum caliber, ser. no. J55230, with holster.
 One (1) Remington Model 170 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. 71128581, with Bushnell scopeOne (1) Hoyt Powerflex compound bow with quiver, three (3) arrows and stabilizer.
 One (1) Orange colored wheat light and belt.
 One (1) Nitelite wheat lite.

Grundy County, Tennessee (Altamont) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
  One (1) Viper crossbow with scope and two (2) bolts.

Hamilton County, Tennessee (Chattanooga) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Horton crossbow with three (3) arrows with broadheads, quiver and scope.
 One (1) Ruger M77 rifle, .30-06 caliber, stainless, no serial number listed, with scope and leather sling.
 One (1) Compound bow with arrows, quiver and bow case.
 One (1) Darton compound bow with three (3) carbon arrows with broadheads, quiver and bow case.
 One (1) Red fishing rod and reel combo.
 One (1) Simmons “Pro Hunter” silver 2-6x32 scope.
 One (1) “B-Square” scope mount for bent rib pistol.
 Two (2) Fishing rods & reels.
 One (1) Green tree stand.

Jackson County, Tennessee (Gainesboro) - April 21, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) New England Arms rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. NP390044, with 3x9 Simmons scope.
Marion County, Tennessee (Jasper) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Winchester Model 70 rifle .270 WSM caliber, ser. no. G2466397, with Nikon Buckmaster 3x9x40 scope.
 One (1) Winchester Model 94AE rifle, .30-30 caliber, ser. no. 6346208.
 One (1) Pop-up blind in Shadowguard Realtree camo.

McMinn County, Tennessee (Athens) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Ruger M77 rifle, .77 mm magnum, ser. no. 789-93034.
 One (1) Remington Model 11-97 shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. PC153031.
 One (1) Beretta AL391 Urika shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. AA077329.
 One (1) CVA Bobcat muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber, ser. no.
61-13-040464-03.
 One (1) Yellow spotlight.
 One (1) Knife.

Meigs County, Tennessee (Decatur) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) New England Firearms single shot rifle, .30-30 caliber, ser. no. NW255711, with scope.
 One (1) Marlin Model 336 rifle, .30-30 Win. caliber, ser. no. 22063794.
 One (1) Savage Model 110E rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. E621416, with Bushnell 6x18x50 scope.
 One (1) New England Firearms Pardner Model shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. NB274819.
 One (1) Knight .50 caliber muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. 309636.
 One (1) Traditions .50 caliber muzzleloading rifle, ser. no.
14-13-0033653-00.
 One (1) Encore .50 caliber muzzleloading rifle, ser. no. S54610, with Bushnell scope.
 One (1) Remington Model 700 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. 6788-774, with Simmons Aetec scope.
 One (1) Ruger M77 rifle, .300 Win. magnum caliber, ser. no. 790-26658, with Leupold scope.
 One (1) Set of Simmons compact binoculars.
 One (1) Maglite, ser. no. 05001939905.

Overton County, Tennessee (Livingston) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Remington Wingmaster Magnum Model 870 shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. T472623M.
 One (1) Russian made rifle, 7.62x54 mm, centerfire, bolt action, ser. no. 173002.
 One (1) Marlin Model 60 rifle, .22 caliber, ser. no. 96454691.
 One (1) Hoyt Model MT Sport ZR200 compound bow, ser. no. 767592447797, with four (4) arrows and quiver.
 One (1) Matthews Solocam Legacy bow, ser. no. 343478, with five (5) arrows and quiver.

Polk County, Tennessee (Benton) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Mossberg Model 835 Ultra Mag shotgun, 12 gauge, camo,
ser. no. UM6833139.
 One (1) Savage Model 116 rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. F336126, with Nikon Prostaff 3x9 scope.

Rhea County, Tennessee (Dayton) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Marlin Model 336A rifle, .30-30 caliber, ser. no. 93036244.
 One (1) Ruger M77 rifle, 7mm WSM, ser. no. 790-42825, with Bushnell Banner 4x9 scope.
 One (1) CVA Wind River muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber, ser. no.
61-13-162258-03, with Tasco scope.
 One (1) CVA Wolf muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber, ser. no.
61-13-073886-05, with Tasco scope.
 One (1) Thompson Contender Model Omega rifle, .50 caliber, ser. no. 53321, with Nikon 3x9 variable scope.
 One (1) CVA Bobcat muzzleloading rifle, .50 caliber, no serial number listed.
 One (1) Darton compound bow with arrows.
 One (1) Hunting knife.

Van Buren County, Tennessee (Spencer) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Winchester Model 70 rifle, .270 WSM caliber, ser. no. 62471754, with Buchnell 6x18 scope.
 One (1) Remington Model 7400 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. B8279722.
 One (1) New England Firearms single shot rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. 286000, with Simmons 3x9x32 scope.
 One (1) Winchester Model 70 rifle, 7 mm magnum, ser. no. G2429635, with Nikon Pro Staff 3x9 scope.
 One (1) Coleman spotlight.

Warren County, Tennessee (McMinnville) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) American compound bow with four (4) arrows, quiver, stabilizer and sights.
White County, Tennessee (Sparta) - April 28, 2007, 10:00 a.m.
 One (1) Benelli Super Black Eagle shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. 4253165.
 One (1) Ruger Mark II M77 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. 780-31900, with Simmons 3x9x4 scope.
 One (1) New England Firearms Handi-Rifle, .243 caliber, ser. no. NM277115.
 One (1) Sears & Roebuck single shot shotgun, 12 gauge, ser. no. A763803.
 One (1) Remington Sportsman rifle, .270 caliber, ser. no. B8219594.
 One (1) Remington Model 7400 rifle, .30-06 caliber, ser. no. B6637115.
 One (1) Marlin semi-automatic rifle, .22 caliber, ser. no. 14425119, with Tasco scope.
 One (1) Ruger Blackhawk pistol, .41 caliber, ser. no. 47-23727.


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