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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    Is that a tactical wallet?
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    One standard capacity 9MM semi-auto pistol has more firepower than that even WITHOUT a spare mag, so I don't understand all the comments. Pocket knife? Who doesn't carry one? Light? It is not a defensive implement anyway. Now the grenades and Claymores, I admit that's a bit much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilot321 View Post
    One standard capacity 9MM semi-auto pistol has more firepower than that even WITHOUT a spare mag, so I don't understand all the comments. Pocket knife? Who doesn't carry one? Light? It is not a defensive implement anyway. Now the grenades and Claymores, I admit that's a bit much.
    For reading? I dunno man.
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    I haven't done a scientific study, but I imagine that 97% of scientists would agree that nobody has ever commented after a gun fight "I brought too much stuff."

    On the other hand, years of watching "The A-Team" has convinced me that the side that runs out of ammo first, loses. Also, that everyone uses a Mini-14, and that cars will flip over really easily.
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeke2A View Post
    Anyone else lay out your stuff before getting dressed?

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    Those look like really cool stocking stuffers to me....
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    I haven't done a scientific study, but I imagine that 97% of scientists would agree that nobody has ever commented after a gun fight "I brought too much stuff."

    On the other hand, years of watching "The A-Team" has convinced me that the side that runs out of ammo first, loses. Also, that everyone uses a Mini-14, and that cars will flip over really easily.
    Confirmed by James Dean Sanderson's book Behind Enemy Lines, published in 1959. Comments from The Boston Herald: "Exciting, manly reading." Terror, torture, destruction and death - it was kill first or be killed for these men who fought their own private hit-and-run war.

    I found it to be a fascinating read of ten different WWII stories that never made the news, but against formidable odds and through heroic efforts of those involved, produced surprising results. Here's a quote from the chapter "The A-Bomb That Never Was" (the destruction of the German heavy water production plant in Norway in 1943 by a few determined Norwegians):

    "...a month later, he ran directly into a three-man Nazi ski patrol.

    They began to fire at me immediately from about one hundred meters, but fortunately it was rough country and I was able to get out of danger for the moment. I thought I would be able to run away from these Nazis, since like many Norwegian children I had been given my first pair of skis at a very early age.

    But I soon saw that one of my pursuers was as good as I, a big man who probably had grown up in the Tyrol. I paused to fire one shot from my Colt 32 at him and saw to my joy that he had only a Luger, whereas the other two, now outdistanced, had shot at me with rifles. I realized that the man here who emptied his pistol first would lose the contest."

    So there you have it...
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    I haven't done a scientific study, but I imagine that 97% of scientists would agree that nobody has ever commented after a gun fight "I brought too much stuff."

    On the other hand, years of watching "The A-Team" has convinced me that the side that runs out of ammo first, loses. Also, that everyone uses a Mini-14, and that cars will flip over really easily.
    So you're saying the science is settled?
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    It was a fun party I was going to post getting ready for church this morning but couldn’t get everything in one frame
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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    Quote Originally Posted by Carson View Post
    Good God Man! Who are you partying with? I have worn less on duty.
    I've partied with 1% motorcycle clubs and never carried that much stuff.
    I don't speak English , I talk American!

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    Default Re: Getting ready to go to a Christmas party

    Quote Originally Posted by Gun View Post
    Is that a tactical wallet?
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