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  1. Thread: Movie Wind River

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    I've seen some frozen people, and I spent a lot...

    I've seen some frozen people, and I spent a lot of time running in cold including sub zero temps. Never seen anyone bleed out in lungs. Russian cross country and biathlon teams had a base near my...
  2. Thread: Movie Wind River

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    Watched it on my transatlantic flight two days...

    Watched it on my transatlantic flight two days ago. Having spent half of my life in a very cold climate, got a chuckle at a cold-induced pulmonary hemorrhage thing, especially it being played out...
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    I am not as experienced as others but I can't...

    I am not as experienced as others but I can't call myself inexperienced anymore. Speaking for myself, that ^^^ has never happened.
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    Issue with scrubs is not a concealment, it is...

    Issue with scrubs is not a concealment, it is concealment and accessibility. If you are wearing belly band or similar kind of gear, you want to be sure that you can draw without undoing the draw...
  5. Thread: Race to the Middle

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    Hard to see from the video but, while both...

    Hard to see from the video but, while both shooters clearly avert their muzzles from a T paper no shoot, it doesn't look like they are doing the same with the color plates. Looks like a direct...
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    Mike, I typed up a thesis of a reply and then the...

    Mike, I typed up a thesis of a reply and then the website froze and it got lost. So I am posting here to tell you that I got your pm and I'll reply again today or tomorrow.
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    That is some masterful trimming job on the PX4CC...

    That is some masterful trimming job on the PX4CC Talon grips. Ever considered to be a surgeon?

    P99C looks like a little cutie, too bad you don't have a video of it flying downrange.
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    Seems like they have. I still have one P30 and...

    Seems like they have. I still have one P30 and one P2000sk but I am committed to PX4CC. I find that are trade-offs between the two in different aspects of performance but on my body Berettas conceal...
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    Not NP3'd, Mike. Normally, I'd say extractor with...

    Not NP3'd, Mike. Normally, I'd say extractor with a stove pipe, but with these guns I don't know how rotating barrel contributes. I will run this one dry at some point, although from other sources my...
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    Had my first malfunction with it today. Gun # 1,...

    Had my first malfunction with it today. Gun # 1, about 700 rounds, failure to eject/stove pipe. Brass was baaaarely hanging out on extractor but it was hanging out nonetheless. Good ammo, 147 gr...
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    I wouldn't dispute that. This is the reason why I...

    I wouldn't dispute that. This is the reason why I mentioned a factor of certainty that is always present in games and, the way I understand it, rarely present in fights.

    Josh, I can see decocking...
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    It wasn't. The choice of a firearm to me is...

    It wasn't. The choice of a firearm to me is merely a indicator how unimportant it was for that SF soldier, obviously trained in a very specific way that you are discussing in your initial post, to...
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    Interestingly, the only USPSA videos of Frank's...

    Interestingly, the only USPSA videos of Frank's that I could find, he was shooting a regular M&P. I wouldn't want to make any inferences on a limited info and without a context. That said, on a face...
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    Good post, Mike. I won't speak for Les but...

    Good post, Mike.



    I won't speak for Les but from my prospective of specifically competition shooting, I usually have four-five steps to get a reload done and get my gun back up and start...
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    To give yourself a better shooting position. You...

    To give yourself a better shooting position. You know where the opponents are and where you gonna be shooting at after you took your 8 steps. You need to clear a barricade, or just advance on, or...
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    Movement or not is binary but target engagement...

    Movement or not is binary but target engagement isn't, as Les pointed out below.



    With the exception of very long stages, when I get off an array I have to reload (Production) and nobody that I...
  17. With Shadow 2 you pretty much need 150 pf to have...

    With Shadow 2 you pretty much need 150 pf to have any feedback that something is leaving the barrel. Anything lighter feels like a squib. Hey, I've heard you had a squib recently?



    Honza, I'll...
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    I've been playing with the target focus for some...

    I've been playing with the target focus for some time now. I am no Gabe and can't dissociate my convergence and focus so I thought I try to learn aiming faster in a more conventional way. One...
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    I thought that this would be their reply. Do you...

    I thought that this would be their reply. Do you know of CAGPT being used for any other purpose other than marking bags with guns? If not and that tag is a de facto unique identifier, is there any...
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    So, two months and a change after I sent my email...

    So, two months and a change after I sent my email (post #17), I received a phone call from Delta. The gal said my complaint was pushed up to higher levels of management for a review and further...
  21. All of these options have been tried to some...

    All of these options have been tried to some extent. I installed a 15 lbs PD spring and didn't particularly like what it did to trigger pull quality. It was still a decent gaming trigger but I wasn't...
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    Yes, and they did have some explanation behind...

    Yes, and they did have some explanation behind the shape. Supposedly, human eye get attracted to sharp lines and making rear as U directs the attention to front sight vs sharp edges of the notch....
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    Using a mild polishing media and felt, you polish...

    Using a mild polishing media and felt, you polish areas of contact on connector, trigger bar, striker and firing safety plunger. Some of commercially available trigger kits have these parts mirror...
  24. Those are some interesting observations. I keep a...

    Those are some interesting observations. I keep a log on my guns. With these specific guns it is hard to do analysis at times since I was effin around with different spring weights and I am sure that...
  25. Factory ammo, specifically Federal, but other too

    Posting ammo question here as it specifically pertains to the USPSA competition. As a starting point: reloading is not going to happen for me any time soon. I shoot factory ammo and since Federal is...
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