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Antonious

Member Since 17 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active May 19 2015 02:42 AM
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In Topic: Who are you and what do you do?

15 May 2015 - 01:30 AM

I'm Anthony.
I'm from New Mexico but currently live in South Dakota.
I'm a SSgt in the USAF.

And I'm convinced that I'm in a perpetual state of dreaming and that you are all mere fabrications of my own psyche created solely for my amusement.

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

16 March 2015 - 06:50 PM

That's how I feel about AR's.
They're like Honda Civics; some are more tricked out than others, but everyone and their mother has one so they're nothing to get real excited over.

I own one and it's nice, but I wouldn't lose any sleep about it if I sold it either.

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

16 March 2015 - 06:13 PM

So I finally found the rifle I had been looking for since 2010.
She's a bit over the top and ridiculous, but that's part of her charm.
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In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

03 March 2015 - 08:29 AM

On the street, I run a check list in my head.
1. Can I avoid a situation altogether? If an area is notorious for being a bad place to be, don't go there.
2. Can I diffuse the situation? Talking down a situation is often the best option so long as you aren't put in harms way in doing so.
3. Can I call the authorities and have them respond in time? It's somebody's job to handle these things; if they can do so, let them.
4. Am I able to escape? There's no shame in living to fight another day.
5. Brandish. Many will change their mind at the sight of a gun barrel.
6. Pull trigger. If every step has failed this far, I'm likely legally justified.

At home, it's much shorter.
1. Brandish and tell them to leave.
2. Pull trigger.

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

01 March 2015 - 12:24 PM

What about revolvers though?
They have been in use by nearly every military and police force in the world and I can't think of any of those having a manual safety.

I am starting to get the hang of Euro-style safeties however, since I've been practicing with my girlfriend's Bersa .380. Though I primarily treat the safety more as a decocker out of habit, I'm still training myself since I'm forced to flick it forward to shoot it. With enough practice on this style, I may decide to pick up a Beretta 92 for my next Wonder-9. It'll still never replace my Sig however.