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  1. Fish Of Doom is offline

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    Some interesting clubbing apparel they rock in Oslo. Do you wait for the second date before whipping that bad boy out or go for the gusto right out of the gate?
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    This thread is definitely taking a strange turn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post
    The sling is not a hand to hand combat aid, more a 'hands free device' for the weapon. I can let go of the gun without loosing contact with it.
    Like this (but less warry)

    It also makes it impossible for the weapon to be casually taken from me
    No ****. I'm asking why you brought it up. It does prevent your weapon being taken easily, but if your firearm is not in action it hurts more than helps in a hand-to-hand situation. Or do you think it does? Because i'm down to discuss and possibly be persuaded.

    No offense but I find a lot of your posts useless. Do you really think anyone actually doesn't know how a sling works? Even 3 point slings are immediately obvious to anyone who have seen a picture of it. Its like you just want to chime in. I'm guilty of that too though.
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    OMG. I fucking love you guys. Yes I have **** like that all over my rifle. I also have it on my assault dog.
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    Your combat pooch kitted out like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwkfym View Post
    I hate to sound like a douche, but your sling thing is stupid
    I am not trying to insult your intelligence, but i missunderstod your post.

    Quote Originally Posted by dwkfym View Post
    No ****. I'm asking why you brought it up. It does prevent your weapon being taken easily, but if your firearm is not in action it hurts more than helps in a hand-to-hand situation. Or do you think it does? Because i'm down to discuss and possibly be persuaded.

    No offense but I find a lot of your posts useless. Do you really think anyone actually doesn't know how a sling works? Even 3 point slings are immediately obvious to anyone who have seen a picture of it. Its like you just want to chime in. I'm guilty of that too though.
    I agree the 3 point sling is a handicap for CQC. Do you suggest using a common sling insted.

    You are also correct I am guilty of 'chiming in', but I have a great intrest in this topic and no experiance in the field, and I thought that is what a discussion was.

    if I have offended you I appologise, and I will endevour to provide posts up to the standard you deem suitable
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikedebear View Post
    Some interesting clubbing apparel they rock in Oslo. Do you wait for the second date before whipping that bad boy out or go for the gusto right out of the gate?
    no, second date is straight to the church burning.
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    This is an example of "best practice" if someone grabs your weapon:

    http://www.ledger-enquirer.com/2011/...r-service.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post
    I am not trying to insult your intelligence, but i missunderstod your post.



    I agree the 3 point sling is a handicap for CQC. Do you suggest using a common sling insted.

    You are also correct I am guilty of 'chiming in', but I have a great intrest in this topic and no experiance in the field, and I thought that is what a discussion was.

    if I have offended you I appologise, and I will endevour to provide posts up to the standard you deem suitable
    Hey man, sorry, I thought you were erezb. I didn't read the username section. Explaining what someone else posted while they were 'chiming in' is way different from bring up **** out of nowhere and then explaining it, which comes off really condescending. My bad! I sent you a PM.
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