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How, And Why, I Use A Tactical Flashlight ~

Posted 12-06-2013 at 17:01 by Arc Angel

[quote=rargos;20815084]Greetings all,

I'm a little bit on the fence regarding whether I should mount a light on my "house" gun. Given that my night vision is getting worse with age and [B]the general requirements that you be able to identify your target (and what's beyond), I think this would be prudent[/B].

That said, I also wonder why I rarely see LEOs, etc. with handgun-mounted lights. Some defensive pistol experts (like Ayoob) also seem to be less...
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Realistic rent-or-buy assessment lastly surfaces

Posted 11-27-2013 at 01:58 by emmascott

From time to time, many people will notice an article on some site someplace about a “rent-or-buy” showdown. Generally, it's a crock of manure, as much of the press appears to have been bought off by the financial market, but occasionally, someone gets it right. Resource for this article: Rent or buy Comparison


Actually being honest about this



Almost the same thing is written over and over again on business news online websites. They keep writing articles...
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manual safety

Posted 11-13-2013 at 14:39 by PhotoFeller

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I second the motion!

All in favor say 'aye'.
Your 'experiment' with the Cominilli would give us something real to talk about, just for fun.
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manual safety

Posted 11-13-2013 at 14:24 by PhotoFeller

[QUOTE=PhotoFeller;20759314]I second the motion!/QUOTE]
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Downgrade to change your budget

Posted 10-31-2013 at 02:23 by emmascott

When you use things, they will break. When those things break, however, replacing or upgrading is not your only options. Downgrading can be just as reputable of a choice. Article resource: Downgrade to change your budget


Cost needed to keep it going


Be it a lawnmower, a camera, or your television, every little thing that turns on has a cost associated with it. This might be the batteries it uses, the power outlet it plugs into, or the fuel you put into it....
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