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    I guess not. Thread locked for the day.

    I guess not. Thread locked for the day.
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    A few posts culled and moved to Romper Room. Can...

    A few posts culled and moved to Romper Room. Can we just fucking not today?
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    I almost gave up on it, it's definitely a slow...

    I almost gave up on it, it's definitely a slow start. The first 20% of the book was a drag, but it does pick up. I'm getting close to done with it and the second half has been at least interesting....
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    Done.
  5. We can make educated guesses based on multiple...

    We can make educated guesses based on multiple facts, not least of which is I'm sure it's not the only business there and everybody went home at the others as well. The protesters are not active...
  6. As the other thread is in politics and, so far,...

    As the other thread is in politics and, so far, this thread isn't politically I'm good with the thread remaining since the threads can be on the same topic but serve different purposes. Note if you...
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    I prefer TDA as well, but I've detailed the whys...

    I prefer TDA as well, but I've detailed the whys ad nauseum elsewhere.

    Briefly, yes, some departments did see an uptick in UDs, but they then settled back down. It was a training issue. You have...
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    Are you arguing they would fire less rounds with...

    Are you arguing they would fire less rounds with a TDA? Fighting the tendency to run the gun like a sewing machine under stress was the logic behind the DAK trigger, and everyone I know who keeps...
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    And what of the liability of shots fired...

    And what of the liability of shots fired intentionally but that miss? Because, frankly, misses are much much more common than UDs "in the wild" in policing. I get the argument, and if I recall the...
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    For those who've reported this post as spam, we're aware of it's existence. The forum owner is contacting the OP to figure out the next move.
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    I finished the first four books of the Chivalry...

    I finished the first four books of the Chivalry series. I've enjoyed them. I thought they were all out, but apparently book 5 isn't out until July 8:
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    Dupe: ...

    Dupe: https://pistol-forum.com/showthread.php?47938-The-FBI-continues-its-stellar-performance
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    Meh. 7 shot means my speed loaders won't work...

    Meh. 7 shot means my speed loaders won't work and I wish they'd put the "read instruction manual" roll mark in a less visible place. Especially on the stainless versions it's an eye sore.
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    Squeaky wheels and grease. The quiet majority...

    Squeaky wheels and grease. The quiet majority will not affect politicians and politicians, both elected and appointed, make laws and police policy.

    You know how we often get the "will good cops...
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    I saw 9 on a car hauler. They were completely...

    I saw 9 on a car hauler. They were completely wrapped in white plastic sheeting for protection while in transport. Not many Chevys get that treatment. :D
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    I haven't read through the thread, but it's...

    I haven't read through the thread, but it's pretty ridiculous when saving a life from a bad actor is a now controversial.

    For those who are surprised adults are just standing around, there's a...
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    I worked with them fairly frequently during the...

    I worked with them fairly frequently during the Pence VP years. Seemed like a lot of short term travel, a lot of working for people who were, um, "personalities", and a lot of things that didn't...
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    Dammit. You always think you have more time,...

    Dammit. You always think you have more time, then you get a diagnosis like this.
  19. I've installed several of those trim plates for...

    I've installed several of those trim plates for electrical outlets that have built in LED lights. They are pretty cheap and even a semi-Amish guy like me can install them. There's no wiring, they...
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    This is not the CCR I thought of when I saw the...

    This is not the CCR I thought of when I saw the title, so my Tom Fogerty facts will be of little use here. Carry on.
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    Nothing I've seen since the last thread (that...

    Nothing I've seen since the last thread (that DMWINCLE posted) has changed my mind. I'll just recycle a bit of content here, but it's a good thread on it's own and I'd recommend reading through it:
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    1997 or 1998 or so? Early in the Army. Even...

    1997 or 1998 or so? Early in the Army. Even then I spent most of my time around 205.

    I was 283 in high school. I had to lose a lot of weight my senior year just to get in.
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    I don't have any knowledge base at MN law, but...

    I don't have any knowledge base at MN law, but did find this statute:



    (emphasis added)

    So, I would assume the jury gives their decision for each charge, but then the court only enters the...
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    01/01/2021 : 221.6 04/21/221: 199.8 I...

    01/01/2021 : 221.6

    04/21/221: 199.8

    I suppose I'm done with routine updates as I'm at done actively trying to lose weight. I figure I probably will lose more as I intend to stick with the...
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    Like many large organizations, problems often get...

    Like many large organizations, problems often get shuffled instead of fixed. Especially if someone up the chain likes them, or doesn't want the blemish of having an underling fired. Just like the...
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