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  1. I have no doubt the P320 works as it "goes bang...

    I have no doubt the P320 works as it "goes bang when trigger is pulled" the vast majority of the time. I also have no doubt that the number of people shot by their own pistol in situations that...
  2. Domestic news rarely covers travel restrictions. ...

    Domestic news rarely covers travel restrictions. Probably due to a lack of interest given the relatively small percentage of viewers/readers who are likely to travel abroad to any given country. I...
  3. George Dubya in general election, McCain in...

    George Dubya in general election, McCain in primaries.
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    More then money, they had access. Bill Gates had...

    More then money, they had access. Bill Gates had access to computer time when that was a really rare thing to have access to. No doubt he's a smart and driven guy, but his success has strong roots...
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    I don't see much meth at all locally. Heroin...

    I don't see much meth at all locally. Heroin and/or Fentanyl seem to be the most common. Pills are less common as well. Heroin is hard to compete with price wise, pills are much more expensive to...
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    I don't know that it backfired as much as was...

    I don't know that it backfired as much as was only a partial success. Meth heads still gonna meth, but we don't have the hazard of the labs in the community any longer. Border security might help,...
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    I don't know, but I doubt the folks at the clinic...

    I don't know, but I doubt the folks at the clinic are coming up with these rules just to make the lives of their patients tougher. Due to the "pill mill" industry, it's likely an effort to keep on...
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    Fully, probably not. The catalyst and major...

    Fully, probably not. The catalyst and major player? Definitely.

    See: ...
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    Pretty much any weapon, but especially less...

    Pretty much any weapon, but especially less lethal, has a limited range and a limited set of circumstances it can be used in. My concern here is after the wrap, then what? Doesn't look like it's...
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    It was a pretty nice vacation. We hit several...

    It was a pretty nice vacation. We hit several places in AL, GA, and FL. Lots of photos, I might put some more up later.
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    You can get latent finger prints off paper. It's...

    You can get latent finger prints off paper. It's possible with dust and then taping over it, but has to be done pretty quickly. Crime Lab can chemically do it for much older prints. I'd suggest if...
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    It pops when the gun starts to move. If he's not...

    It pops when the gun starts to move. If he's not keyed in on you at that point you're inside his OODA loop already and a tiny bit of noise isn't going to matter in the slightest. The brain just...
  13. ANSI or ASME B40.1 Grade B is the minimum...

    ANSI or ASME B40.1 Grade B is the minimum standard you're looking for. That's a good commercial gauges and will be +/- 3%, but a 0-60 gauge should be within 2% at the 30psi point. There are more...
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    Completely irrelevant as by the time it "pops"...

    Completely irrelevant as by the time it "pops" you've started the draw stroke. You're either inside his reaction time at that point or you aren't, and an ambiguous audio clue is nothing. The visual...
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    Jordan is seeing increases in cases again and...

    Jordan is seeing increases in cases again and their are rumors of another lockdown. Their lockdowns are for real lockdowns, you have to get all your groceries, medicine, etc. then stay home for the...
  16. It won't matter. There's no long term solution...

    It won't matter. There's no long term solution for most of these folks. Until the long term is addressed, repeated short term interventions are going to have very limited success. I wish them the...
  17. We're getting 30 "early retirement" slots. They...

    We're getting 30 "early retirement" slots. They aren't really early. They are a bonus for people who are already eligible to go ahead and leave. I suspect they will have no trouble filling the 30.
  18. That guy sucks.

    That guy sucks.
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    61673 Daytona Beach. Sunrise from our rental's...

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    Daytona Beach. Sunrise from our rental's balcony.
  20. Objective testing is fine, but honestly minute...

    Objective testing is fine, but honestly minute differences in "shootability" or drill performance aren't what the vast majority, one is tempted to say all, random citizen vs criminal gun fights hinge...
  21. Point of order: It's a homicide either way. ...

    Point of order: It's a homicide either way. Homicide just means he killed him, not if it's a legal act or not.
  22. Looks fine to me on chrome/android.

    Looks fine to me on chrome/android.
  23. So roughly a year later: We passed through the...

    So roughly a year later:

    We passed through the area again this year and we did both. Noccalula Falls was very nice. We hit 4 waterfalls in the general region of Fort Payne and Gadsden, then...
  24. Probably not the best approach to an entry level...

    Probably not the best approach to an entry level high school class, though. Distance learning has been a good growing experience for doing your own research/learning to learn type stuff but when...
  25. On the road. Sent him link. Will update.

    On the road. Sent him link. Will update.
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