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    But this case wasn't about privacy, it was...

    But this case wasn't about privacy, it was specifically about the administration of government benefits. Nothing stopped same-sex couples in the states at-issue from privately living as if they were...
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    Really? Most of the analysis from lawyers that...

    Really? Most of the analysis from lawyers that I've read think that the opinion is terrible. To be clear, I agree with the result. I just think it stops being "law" when 5 people decide to change...
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    NoVA USPSA @ NRA 21-July-2015

    As those of you who shot the KSTG match last month already know, beginning with the July match, we will be running a USPSA monthly match instead of KSTG. Signup for the USPSA match will be through...
  4. I'm guessing his employer forgot that it is a...

    I'm guessing his employer forgot that it is a public entity subject to the 1A.
  5. Didn't SF use the same head for the tactical and...

    Didn't SF use the same head for the tactical and regular, so there is actually a way to end up with the switch fully depressed with the light on the low setting? I had an EB1 and remember getting...
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    I used a TR24G for a few 3 gun seasons. I still...

    I used a TR24G for a few 3 gun seasons. I still think it is one of the best 1-x scopes on 1x. The eyebox is very large and the reticle works well. I did feel it was kind of limiting for shooting...
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    For low powered scopes, unless the reticle is...

    For low powered scopes, unless the reticle is very well designed, I prefer SFP. Most FFP scopes that go to 1x have a reticle that is too small to be usable at 1x, and I only use the reticle features...
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    The newer VX-6 Multigun comes with the CMR2...

    The newer VX-6 Multigun comes with the CMR2 reticle.
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    It looks like there will be a required report on...

    It looks like there will be a required report on enhanced 5.56 rounds. This is from the NDAA that has already passed the House:

    (a) Report.óNot later than March 1, 2016, the Secretary of Defense...
  10. The USML covers all small arms, and the...

    The USML covers all small arms, and the definition of "defense service" could be read to cover all training on a "defense article" listed on the USML. NRA dropped the instructor certifications of...
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    The buildup problem is worse with a brake that...

    The buildup problem is worse with a brake that has high pressure ports before the first "baffle".
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    NoVA I'll be sure to bring the pickles, twinkies, and...

    I'll be sure to bring the pickles, twinkies, and Moby wrap this month . . .

    Now the question is, what is the worst position to shoot from while wearing a Moby wrap?
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    NoVA KSTG @ NRA 16-June-2015

    KSTG match
    Tuesday 16-June-2015
    $25
    Estimated Round Count: 50-80
    Squads begin at 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, and 9pm. Six people maximum per squad.

    Call 703-267-1402 to reserve a slot. Registration...
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    Under the laws of what state? Every state the...

    Under the laws of what state? Every state the I'm aware of considers pointing a firearm at someone to be a crime. Doing so may be justified, but that doesn't mean that the underlying act is not...
  15. Holding an inertia operated Benelli too tight can...

    Holding an inertia operated Benelli too tight can cause more problems than it helps. The gun needs to move rearward quickly to compress the spring between the bolt and carrier.
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    Are you starting with your thumb staged inside...

    Are you starting with your thumb staged inside your shirt? I can see how that makes for a really fast single hand draw, but I don't think the times are comparable if starting from "hands relaxed at...
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    He's probably talking about a 6x6 head, not a...

    He's probably talking about a 6x6 head, not a 3x5; which I think is relatively easy to hit with taped over sights during slow-fire as he describes in the article. I'm not sure what the practical...
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    NoVA KSTG @ NRA 19-May-2015

    There is still a match today. I forgot to post the match announcement till today.

    KSTG rules are available here: http://kstghq.com/rulebook/
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    I guess the real disagreement is on the meaning...

    I guess the real disagreement is on the meaning of "much." To me, the fact that 2/3 of the states had no exclusionary rule, and, of those that did, several had it because of state analogues, not the...
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    No, it was exactly about incorporation of the 4A,...

    No, it was exactly about incorporation of the 4A, that's why I said 1961. Since most criminal law existed at the state level, the lack of application of the 4A to state law enforcement essentially...
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    I agree, and I also think this is the reason that...

    I agree, and I also think this is the reason that the mosaic theory of the 4A makes a lot more sense than looking at each government action separately to determine if a search occurred.
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    No, if the scribe shared the contents of the...

    No, if the scribe shared the contents of the letters, I don't think you could raise a 4A claim. And, I think a better analogy is a mail carrier sharing what is written on the outside of an envelope,...
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    Today's 4A protects about as much or more than it...

    Today's 4A protects about as much or more than it has at any other point in our history. The 4A didn't really do much until 1961.
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    That's not the difficult question. The difficult...

    That's not the difficult question. The difficult question is ownership of the paper, record, or cell phone meta data, as the 4A clearly says "their." It doesn't provide you any security in "papers"...
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    I agree, but I think the target size and distance...

    I agree, but I think the target size and distance is pretty skill dependent. I wouldn't use a one inch square at seven yards because I'd no longer be using the high viz element to aim at a target...
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