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    Programmable flashlights allow manufacturers to...

    Programmable flashlights allow manufacturers to make a small number of models that will fit all, or nearly all, user preferences.

    I want a handheld flashlight UI to have at a minimum a high...
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    The is obviously a single anecdote, but I did a...

    The is obviously a single anecdote, but I did a self-defense with knife case for trial advocacy in law school where the type of knife definitely affected some of the jurors' decision-making. The...
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    She seems like a really smart lady. I would...

    She seems like a really smart lady. I would listen to her. :)
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    I'm a Production M, but I don't really shoot much...

    I'm a Production M, but I don't really shoot much Production other than shooting a couple of classifiers last year so I could make M in Production so that I could avoid being classified B in Limited,...
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    I misunderstood his question. Here is my...

    I misunderstood his question. Here is my classification record when I was shooting a P30 LEM in USPSA:

    10/27/12 06-01 SUMMIT POINT ACTION SHOOTING Y 79.5172 12/11/12
    9/28/12 99-10 SUMMIT POINT...
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    The "Trump would be wealthier by simple...

    The "Trump would be wealthier by simple investment" argument has a lot of assumptions and errors. For one, he ran the company he partially inherited for a number of years before inheriting it, so...
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    HDS definitely aren't cheap, but it's the only...

    HDS definitely aren't cheap, but it's the only flashlight UI I've used that allows true momentary with no chance of accidental mode changes or constant on while still having easy one-hand access to a...
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    SF may have fixed the issue, but a number of...

    SF may have fixed the issue, but a number of other people reported the same problem with the EB1T on Candle Power Forums. It worked out for me anyways because my frustration with the EB1T UI led me...
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    There are a fair number of high quality...

    There are a fair number of high quality flashlight companies in the USA. Elzetta, HDS Systems, Malkoff, Oveready/Torchlab, Peak LED, Surefire, and I think even Maglite make lights in the USA. This...
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    Because, as you point out, classifiers are about...

    Because, as you point out, classifiers are about "shooting," and not what you consider the other 80% of USPSA.

    Since classifiers are about shooting, we can look to them as an example of who are...
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    I was disappointed with my EB1 tactical. ...

    I was disappointed with my EB1 tactical. Surefire seemed to try to save money by using the same head, and therefore programming, between the EB1T and the standard EB1. This let the EB1T get stuck...
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    The top 16 at Nationals all shot within 10% of...

    The top 16 at Nationals all shot within 10% of Ben, but that isn't really my point. My point is that the only guys who are shooting, and sometimes seriously exceeding, the HHF on classifiers for...
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    If that's the case, then why aren't there guys...

    If that's the case, then why aren't there guys who can smash the HHF on classifiers like the top GMs can, but who can't place well in major matches? Looking at competitors' classification records on...
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    It's definitely less forgiving of errors than a...

    It's definitely less forgiving of errors than a light single action trigger system, but I don't think it is an impediment to being competitive. I regularly won Production at local USPSA matches...
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    That's awesome. Congrats Gabe.

    That's awesome. Congrats Gabe.
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    You're probably aware, but you get a tax free...

    You're probably aware, but you get a tax free transfer for transfers that are part of execution of a will. You can devise NFA firearms into an entity via a will without paying transfer tax. That may...
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    There probably won't be many benefits to you if...

    There probably won't be many benefits to you if you acquire the suppressors after ATF's new rule goes into effect in July. The primary benefits of a trust under current law (other than the normal...
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    By "good mount" do you mean more relaxed than you...

    By "good mount" do you mean more relaxed than you would normally mount a shotgun? I can make my M3000 choke with loads it will otherwise run if I hold it too tight to my shoulder while heavily...
  19. Charges for what? What did the AG do that is...

    Charges for what? What did the AG do that is illegal? As I mentioned, this "deal" won't simply get VA back to where it was, it will actually improve the law on reciprocity. And, in return the...
  20. The law will actually be improved, Virginia will...

    The law will actually be improved, Virginia will recognize carry permits from any state and the AG will be required by law to enter into agreements with others state, which could improve recognition...
  21. Are you sure about that?...

    Are you sure about that?...
  22. What is now 41F is a final rule of an agency that...

    What is now 41F is a final rule of an agency that followed the requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act in its implementation. When it goes into effect in July it will be added to the code...
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    It already is being challenged, the case was...

    It already is being challenged, the case was joined with Peruta for en banc review in the 9th Circuit.
  24. I haven't heard of any issues with USA made...

    I haven't heard of any issues with USA made batteries. I've heard that the cells for all of the US made 123a batteries come from the same Panasonic factory.
  25. The concerns are similar with primaries,...

    The concerns are similar with primaries, especially when it comes to the functioning of protection circuits in LiCoO2 chemistry batteries. IMR chemistry batteries are generally safer and do not have...
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