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For leather, I have two belts from bullhidebelts.com (which I do not recommend) and a custom belt from A&G Custom Gunleather. For webbing, I like the Ares Aegis. Single layer leather belts (even thick bullhide) are not stiff enough to hold up to a heavy set of gear over time. Both of my bullhide belts tend to roll and twist. Double layer belts, particularly with internal stiffeners, are much more stable. My next leather belt will probably be a Mean Gene leather belt...
I have been to three courses with ITTS in the LA area over the past several years. Average round count was 600 or less for the entire two-day courses. I have seen more Glocks than 1911s break down in these courses, and I personally had more feed issues with my M&P40 than my 1911s during these courses, which included full days exposed in the rain with magazines dropping into the dirt.Scotty Reitz of ITTS still advocates the 1911 platform and had Robar design a custom...
I am coming down with 1911 fever. Bought a Dan Wesson CBOB and it made me immediately run out to chase down a Specialist. Someone help me before I end up in the poorhouse, lol.
I want to make sure I have my threads right. In this one we can post untagged spoilers AND people get to bitch and moan about unrealistic depictions of weaponcraft in a show that features dragons, giants, undead, and people who can shapeshift or project themselves into wildlife?
This incident has converted Sterling's bad image from a regional issue to a national one. People who live in LA and grew up on his weekly self-congratulatory full page newspaper ads, his well publicized slumlord issues, and the fact that his political contributions gave him tremendous apparent influence over law enforcement (e.g., his son shot a guy in the back with a 20GA and was never charged with a crime), think of him as a joke. On more than one occasion he took out...
The coconut opening trick I have seen is to pierce the eyes with a sharp object, drain the liquid through the holes, then strike the eye end of the coconut against the ground (or hit with a hammer). One of the eyes is usually softer than the other two, and if you can get through that one you don't need to open all three. I've even seen people do this with a ballpoint pen. I use the corkscrew on a Swiss Army knife for this. None of the other tools on a typical SAK would...
Yeah, been out of public sector and back in private practice for a couple of years.
Shit, that's worth $850? Remind me to raise my rates.
That was total B-action movie cliche. Like when the gang of bad guys decide to fight Bruce Lee one at a time instead of swarming his ass.
Sterling loves hookers.http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/Donald-Sterling-deposition-excerpts-687243
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