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    That Husky bench is good. I like these better,...

    That Husky bench is good. I like these better, Sam's Clubs usually have them in stock:
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    Not going to argue with that. Curious though,...

    Not going to argue with that.

    Curious though, if the tables were turned and your guys were the ones shooting from behind furniture do you think the results would have been the same?
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    As you mention, it depends on what the situation...

    As you mention, it depends on what the situation is inside the room in terms of cover. The type of construction is also a factor. You also have to consider what armament the bad guys are packing. ...
  4. Thread: Stun Guns

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    Yep, we lost a lot of x26's due to the safeties...

    Yep, we lost a lot of x26's due to the safeties breaking.
  5. I've often felt that in the shall issue states,...

    I've often felt that in the shall issue states, the required courses were kept very rudimentary to:

    1) make sure that the intrusion was minimal to satisfy those who believe pistol permits...
  6. Thread: Stun Guns

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    One of the problems is what to do with the guy...

    One of the problems is what to do with the guy after you've shot him with the darts. It's been several years since I taught a class, but the x26's and X2's shown give you five seconds of ride per...
  7. Thread: Stun Guns

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    This was way before the current models: . On...

    This was way before the current models: .

    On the current iterations the darts are propelled out of a non-rifled chamber, and the propellent is compressed nitrogen.
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    The very first time I got a wrecked car to use on...

    The very first time I got a wrecked car to use on the range the boss told me 'better take the tires off and put it on blocks.' Nah, I knew better. Learned my lesson. Well, actually learned to have...
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    I was an EVOC Instructor and a firearms...

    I was an EVOC Instructor and a firearms instructor for many years - over 30.

    The first problem with your scenario is actually making the shot - regardless of with pistol or rifle. You will be...
  10. and where.

    and where.
  11. I was shocked to find it on Amazon, but I use the...

    I was shocked to find it on Amazon, but I use the heck out of my Roger's Squeege Kit:

    https://www.amazon.com/Rogers-Bore-Squeege-Complete-Cleaning/dp/B089DSJZJL

    If you have the time:

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  12. Thread: gun vise

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    I also have a fixed vise on the bench (smaller...

    I also have a fixed vise on the bench (smaller with a swivel base) and a larger vise on a floor mounted pedestal.

    I don't think you can efficiently/effectively gunsmith or assemble with just one...
  13. Thread: Push/Pull

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    Maybe they are talking about the technique in...

    Maybe they are talking about the technique in different terms.

    Go out and try shooting on the move focusing on pulling the rifle into your shoulder with both arms/hands.

    Now do the same,...
  14. Thread: Push/Pull

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    Straight answer - yes. Stock into shoulder,...

    Straight answer - yes.

    Stock into shoulder, matching forward pressure with support arm, recoil tends to 'die' between the hands. The forward pressure also aids in control of muzzle jump or...
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    When I attended Bob Marvel's build class, I came...

    When I attended Bob Marvel's build class, I came to appreciate theses:
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    Evidently you didn't pay attention at Rogers,...

    Evidently you didn't pay attention at Rogers, IIRC, he covers removing buttons from ball caps during the first night lecture. :cool:
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    I've had this one since 1977: 94341 Carried...

    I've had this one since 1977:

    94341

    Carried it in a handcuff case with KTW(?) teflon coated rounds. Horrible trigger but shot every time. Terribly advanced for the time - shot it one handed,...
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    The Brian Enos stuff is called Slide Glide and...

    The Brian Enos stuff is called Slide Glide and I've been using it for a couple decades. I'm sure he's upgraded formulas since that time. When I started using it the secret sauce reportedly...
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    Too bad there is not a modern adaptation of the...

    Too bad there is not a modern adaptation of the Tom Swift series.

    Louis L'Amour jumps to mind - they are pretty straight forward, for the most part don't have any R rated stuff in them, have a...
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    Pretty sure what got the most screen time was a...

    Pretty sure what got the most screen time was a C-123 Provider. I'm pretty sure the aircraft in Con Air was a C-123.

    And yes, the CIA used numerous C-123's in various configuration through VN and...
  21. My daughter and grandkids did. Depended on how...

    My daughter and grandkids did. Depended on how obvious it was as to whether they got sent to the rear.
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    Nor two-liter Pepsi bottles, apparently.

    Nor two-liter Pepsi bottles, apparently.
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    Sorry to read this post. Thoughts and prayers...

    Sorry to read this post. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family. Safe travels.
  24. I may have missed any mention of this but these...

    I may have missed any mention of this but these two may think this is inherently safer than leaving a gun with the chamber loaded in case of unauthorized access. It is not. In fact, as mentioned in...
  25. Two words: Rooftop Waltons

    Two words: Rooftop Waltons
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