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  1. I had a lovely 3" model 13 that was likely the...

    I had a lovely 3" model 13 that was likely the best carry revolver I have ever used, wish I never sold it....
  2. Late response, as I just saw this. "I wish he...

    Late response, as I just saw this.

    "I wish he had used the heavy clothing or 4LD instead of bare gel, but itís better than nothing."

    Actually 4 layer denim is a better test--more predictable...
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    Old panels of body armor make a great back stop...

    Old panels of body armor make a great back stop material for projectile testing.
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    As usual, paherne is definitely correct. The...

    As usual, paherne is definitely correct.

    The level of violence currently occurring each day in the SF Bay Area is astonishing. We are seeing violent trauma victims daily at the hospital, at...
  5. Thread: TSA

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    I think we already did that....

    I think we already did that....
  6. Yup--As usual Todd is correct. Sure miss...

    Yup--As usual Todd is correct.

    Sure miss him.....
  7. Ran thousands of rounds of Fed and Win 147 gr FMJ...

    Ran thousands of rounds of Fed and Win 147 gr FMJ & JHP through otherwise stock G19's w/KKM bbl and comp without any functional issues...
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    In California, it is hard to beat a 135-150...

    In California, it is hard to beat a 135-150 TSX/TTSX or GMX/CX loading.

    Elsewhere, 150-165gr or so Federal T-TBBC and TBBC, Nosler Accubond & Partition, Remington Core Lokt Ultra Bonded, Swift...
  9. Thread: 12 GA Slugs

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    Classic Brenneke work very well; Federal Truball...

    Classic Brenneke work very well; Federal Truball Deep Penetrator (PB127 DPRS) is also decent.

    Most sabot loads suck.
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    There is a fair amount of hunting on my home...

    There is a fair amount of hunting on my home island. No hot tips, but our daughter-in-law easily got a nice boar with a bow a couple of years ago....
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    Did we all forget the lessons of the past two...

    Did we all forget the lessons of the past two decades???

    Once a round has been chambered in a weapon, Do NOT re-chamber it for duty use. Do NOT re-chamber it again, except for training. This is...
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    AMC--Well said!

    AMC--Well said!
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    I am a huge fan of rifle rated shields that can...

    I am a huge fan of rifle rated shields that can be maneuvered by a single individual--these work VERY well and should be in the trunk of every patrol vehicle and readily available for every school...
  14. Yup....there have been several incidents recorded...

    Yup....there have been several incidents recorded on video, both in the US and in allied nations, documenting various P320 family pistols firing w/no mechanical manipulation of the trigger, often...
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    Modern JHP ammo that meets FBI/IWBA style barrier...

    Modern JHP ammo that meets FBI/IWBA style barrier blind, robust expansion protocols tends to work well.
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    We shot a lot of 100+ year old ammo when doing...

    We shot a lot of 100+ year old ammo when doing ballistic testing of historic loads--it all went bang....
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    Yup--we frequently adjust concentration to get...

    Yup--we frequently adjust concentration to get the blocks to validate correctly....
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    For the money, some Baratza grinders are a...

    For the money, some Baratza grinders are a bargain. They are typically bur grinders, not blade, so that is a huge plus. One can argue flat vs. conical burs, but both can work (I tend to prefer...
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    We tried the Yellow Spruce Roasters Sumatra...

    We tried the Yellow Spruce Roasters Sumatra Organic and Columbia Decaf this week. The beans offer a lovely bouquet. Brewed taste is good, but perhaps not quite as intense and flavorful as the beans...
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    Clear Ballistic Gel is not a "consistent and...

    Clear Ballistic Gel is not a "consistent and controllable medium".

    It is quite utterly useless from a terminal ballistic analysis perspective.

    About the only use we have found for synthetic...
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    Well--for those of you who truly care, after...

    Well--for those of you who truly care, after trying many other options, the LaMarzocco Linea Mini proves to be bombproof and produces perfect espresso, shot after shot, year after year. Well worth...
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    I was doing end-of-year budgeting and taxes one...

    I was doing end-of-year budgeting and taxes one year and realized my wife had spent $4500 at Peets that year; quick math and I realized even a nice espresso machine would pay for itself in 12-18...
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    I try to take all of life seriously--including...

    I try to take all of life seriously--including the fun stuff!

    We have gone through several iterations of machines & grinders. I seriously wish we had just anted up and gone with the LaMarzocco...
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    I also just ordered some Yellow Spruce Roasters...

    I also just ordered some Yellow Spruce Roasters to try--will see how it goes....
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    Lots of great coffee these days! Generally we...

    Lots of great coffee these days! Generally we like beans from Zombie Runner (https://www.zombierunner.com/collections/coffee-beans)--works well for Espresso:
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