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myhatinthering last won the day on December 29 2018

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  1. myhatinthering

    Pistol Pemit Changes

    Plus Craig is pretty quick to sign!
  2. sorry, never in my life or former profession have I ever heard of any training that tells you to draw your weapon and not shoot to stop/incapacitate the threat. In fact, training is explicit in that you don't 'aim for the leg, the arm or to wound' so where the fk are you getting your training? Is this some new liberal approach to LE? Pending on role and training, you aim for head or center mass and shoot till the threat has stopped. Please don't say I don't understand the laws pertaining to proper application of force, don't try that here as you don't know the full background on many guys here. I'm almost laughing here at the suggestion that anyone is trained not to shoot to kill/incapacitate. Now we can debate incapacitate and taking a life is a heavy burden but there is no debate here. You draw your weapon, the law assumes a credible threat to body and person.
  3. myhatinthering

    Good 22LR Revolver

    I thought I read somewhere the Air Force was moving to a 22lr pistol for their survival firearm
  4. myhatinthering

    looking to buy my first rifle

    Lot of truth here but its different learning to shoot on Uncle Sam's dime than on your own for most people. And as I've gotten to know you, you also learned to shoot when Marksmanship mattered and a lot of those former le were former military which is simply not the case today so there are some fundamental differences. But great post!
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    looking to buy my first rifle

    Loser response
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    looking to buy my first rifle

    Everybody I knew that had a scar sold it
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    Tips for new gun owners or anybody else

    I can shoot equally well with both hands as that is how I was trained. Then again, I hit over 400 from both sides of the plate and was a lefty until 9.:):) seriously though, could not agree more in that people need to be proficient with both hands and learn how to shoot with just one hand and in different positions. I personally like the way the Israelis used to teach it and that is how I learned when I was younger. Rosey, where is this at every 2nd Friday?
  8. myhatinthering

    Safe dehumidifier

    I use these and they work great
  9. myhatinthering

    "Responsible" Training?

    What a load of bs!!!!! wow
  10. hoping it gets tons of traction but we need massive marketing and need to get the news out. Need everyone talking about it and make it something for the other side to fear, our side to condone, and the middle to wonder.....that is how you win elections need to be held the week that taxes are due!
  11. myhatinthering

    Good 22LR Revolver

    at $100, you will love the rough rider and it's a 4 clicker! not a bad plan but do get the 617, it's just really fun to shoot and incredibly accurate.
  12. myhatinthering

    Backpack AR

    I think I hate you....lol great looking stick, dripping with envy:):)
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