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Old 01-08-2011, 18:06   #51
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I have a difficult time understanding the difference between pressing and not squeezing. Is it that you just do it slower?
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Old 01-08-2011, 18:59   #52
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I learned you should never talk to the police.
yea... no joke. don't take answering police questions or filling out a report lightly.
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Old 01-08-2011, 19:15   #53
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Sorry Sonnytoo but I couldn't resist!!
I just read your post and got a laugh out of it myself. Yeah, I looked pretty bad, but a week later, the BandAids are gone and I look just as before my little accident. Hard to see the scars among the wrinkles on my nose.
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Old 01-08-2011, 19:36   #54
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i learned that in SHTF scenarios dogs can be used as fantastic little beasts of burden.
i've learned that 9mm really is adequate, but .45 is better.
i've learned that Glock reliability is what makes it the best.
i've learned that we as americans must continually fight for our rights, or they degrade and become lost.
i've learned that i really am conservative, just not as uber conservative as some people.
i've become a strong proponent of open carry.
We don't use firearms for heroics, we use them as a last resort to protect life.
i've learned that i still have a long way to go until my emergency supplies are where i want and need them to be... and that'll just have to be all for right now.
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Old 01-08-2011, 19:52   #55
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The two firing pin spacer sleeve removal tips are neat.

The SHOT ShowCase

The SHOT ShowCase

The SHOT ShowCase

Man, that really is handy. I was doing a good bit of fumbling earlier with my AA kit, wish I would have seen this sooner.
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Old 01-08-2011, 20:09   #56
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I learned that The G-19 was the best Glock to get for my wife (she loves it)
I learned that Devildog fellow is a freakin genius.
I learned that getting solid info to common people can stop a juggernaut in its tracks
I learned that evrybody thinks I am clinically insane for wanting to remove 1 oz.
from the nose of my G-17
And I learned that a Comp-Tac M-Tac Minotaur is a mighty fine holster
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Old 01-09-2011, 15:53   #57
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Best and worst

Best and worst I learned about were the classifieds.

Awesome deals from most.

Some con artists are being tolerated and those of us who complain about them are being banned from the classifieds, while the PROVEN con artists are allowed to continue "selling".

Real eye opener.
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Old 01-09-2011, 16:20   #58
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1. Never, ever get involved in political threads on GT.

2. I like the M&P45 line more than Glock's .45 models, but still prefer Glocks in any other Caliber and think the XD line has horrendous triggers.
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Old 01-09-2011, 16:25   #59
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I learned that WD40 works better than simple green to clean my glock.
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Old 01-09-2011, 16:29   #60
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For me it was that I didn't want a G19 Gen 4 based on all of the bad reports on this site! Too many dissatisfied customers!
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Old 01-09-2011, 16:44   #61
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best thing I learned

....when you advertise for sale, be prepared for 'tire kickers & strokes'

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Old 01-12-2011, 10:54   #62
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1) That there are a lot (about 99%) of really great people here (and a few a-holes, and if you don't agree with them, your the idiot).
2) There are experts here that don't mind helping the ignorant, and we (the ignorant) appreciate it so very much.
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