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wildone

climber
right near the beach, boyeee (lord have mercy)
Sep 28, 2005 - 01:05am PT
Jody-Fair and balanced?
I'm not even gonna touch that one. Rupert Murdoch's going to hell for sure.

Anyhow, the scattergun you want is a Bennelli M-5 or Super 90. The super 90 is Semi Auto, but you chamber the first round via pumping the forearm. So you have that unmistakeable sound, and then you're ready to roll, and you never had to take your hands off the controls to chamber that first round as in the case of any other semi-auto...
The M-5 has a selector switch, for those special situations when you need to put 5 rounds in the air by the time the first spent shell casing hits the ground.
As for the .40, I'll take a 230 grain speer or sierra hollwpoint doing about 1000 fps (via a detonics mag kit and handloads) approaching a half inch in diameter any day, but we've all got our druthers...
As for the sp 101-slick, isn't it? Shaved hammer and all? Ruger would have to be, by far, my favorite maker. THe Model 77 varmint for long range accuracy, the red label over under for upland game, the gov't model for plinking and everything else, the 10/22, the mini-14, the blackhawk, the red hawk, the bearcat. ..the list is long.
I dig the Taurus titanium 5 round 357 for abackup piece, or just an Officer's model, actually, but it's ard to put an Officer's model on your ankle. Smal of back's ok..
Minerals

Social climber
The Deli
Sep 28, 2005 - 01:43am PT
Good to see that this thread got back on track…

Wildone, would a 230-grain HP +P round at 950 fps meet your standards? Or better yet, a Desert Eagle…?

Check this thing out!




The new border patrol mobile?
Jody, you should mount a minigun to the front of your patrol car! THAT would command presence!
Ouch!

climber
Sep 28, 2005 - 02:26pm PT
"nearest back-up was 70 miles away"

Backup ?

Sounds like they sent a boy to do a man's job.
Jody

Mountain climber
Templeton, CA
Sep 28, 2005 - 02:50pm PT
Well ouch, you sure talk big but you probably sniveled and cried for your mommy when you were faced with stress. You are the epitome of an LE officer(if you really ever were one) with a "John Wayne" attitude that was either going to get yourself killed or your partners killed with that macho mentality. Who were you trained by, Barney Fife? I am not on this job to be a "Big Shot" like you appeared to be. The number one goal for me is to go home after work, not get myself killed because I was trying to compensate for....never mind.

By the way, I am still doing it after 17 years. You are a QUITTER because you couldn't handle it.
Patrick Sawyer

climber
Originally California now Ireland
Sep 28, 2005 - 02:56pm PT
Jaysus Jody, "Fox News, fair and balanced." You have to be joking right? I mean, you have to be. I know that you are conservative and religious (and a heck of a photographer), but you can't really believe that about Fox News. Lois (LEB) thinks that you are objective and blah blah and sometimes it appears so, but if you really think that Fox News is fair and balanced, then I have to have a huge, no gigantic, rethink about you.

Edit
Jody, I agree, Ouch isn't the best artist (sorry Ouch), but to call him a quitter is a bit much if you do not know the circumstances under which he quit. At least he admits that he gets emotional in his posts at times, which you claim to be objective and unemotional. Calling him a quitter without knowiong the circumstances as well as suggesting that "You probably quit in lieu of firing for psychosis" seems a bit emotional to me.
Jody

Mountain climber
Templeton, CA
Sep 28, 2005 - 02:58pm PT
Tell what is NOT "Fair and Balanced" about them?
Patrick Sawyer

climber
Originally California now Ireland
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:03pm PT
Jody, if you can't see Fox's bias by now, even if you agree with its agenda and points of view, then trying to explain it to you would be a waste of time, especially since Chelsea versus Liverpool in the Champion's League just kicked off (I'm off to the pub). Open your eyes man, especially to the other side's point of view and then maybe you'll be able to better argue against that pov. Know thy 'enemy' to better 'fight' them.

Edit
BTW, I have worked as a journo in the newsroom of a Fox-affiliated TV station, as well as being a journalist for over 33 years working on national newspapers in five countries, so I think I know a bit about the profession, the way it operates, objective and subjective reporting etc.

Murdoch only took out US citizenship so that he could start buying US media companies, especially in broadcast media. But I'd guest that you and others such as Fattrad think that is okay to take out American citizenship, for solely greedy and economic reasons. Does that make him an economic refugee?

(BTW, back home in the Bay Area when I was working on my masters at Cal State Hayward, in August of 1994 I turned down a real good job as a videojournalist with CNN with the promise "with your experience of working abroad as a journalist it will be sooner rather than later that you get a foreign assignment" so I could pursue my acting career, and then made a questionable decision in late 1995 to relocate in Ireland because at the time the Irish film industry was quite healthy. I am still working as a journo - staff on a business magazine and freelance/casual on the nationals - so does that tell you about the current state of the Irish film industry - or perhaps my acting ability?)

Now I am really off to the pub.
Ouch!

climber
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:07pm PT
"The number one goal for me is to go home after work"

Why bother going to work?

To protect and Serve. Better make that "Service"

Work being taking pictures to post on ST...for attention.
Jody

Mountain climber
Templeton, CA
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:25pm PT
DPatrick, give me some examples, don't just tell me its a lost cause if I don't see your point of view.

Ouch, very stupid question, "Why bother going to work?". Your kindergarten mentality can't help but show itself more and more these days.

Pictures taken at work for attention? Huh? You are exhibiting signs of severe jealousy buddy.

You are showing signs of desperation with your schoolyard temper tantrums. Grow up old man.

QUITTER.
Patrick Sawyer

climber
Originally California now Ireland
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:33pm PT
later Jody, it's approaching half time so I have already missed some of the match.
Ouch!

climber
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:38pm PT
LOL! Your juvenile tantrums and name calling appear to reveal a lot about you as a cop.

Not someone to call on in a pinch because you are in such a hurry to get home.

More of a homeboy than a real cop. Not Someone who would try to get between the bad guy and the innocent. Don't have time. Gotta hurry home. Get on ST and preach neoconism.
Jody

Mountain climber
Templeton, CA
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:44pm PT
You are a lost cause ouch!

QUITTER.
Ouch!

climber
Sep 28, 2005 - 03:59pm PT
"QUITTER"

Not likely, LOL!

I was never in much of a hurry to run home. Always stayed till my shift was over.

If you worked on your techniques a bit, you might be more effective and relieve your compulsion to run home.

I had a way of convincing tough guys to come along quietly.

Then I could proceed to go home at a more leisurely pace.
426

Sport climber
Body Hammer, Obed
Sep 28, 2005 - 04:34pm PT
Jody: (and Lois, by proxy I s'pose)

Watch "Outfoxed" sometime ...


...It's an enlightening flick...
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Straight Outta Squamton
Sep 28, 2005 - 06:21pm PT
For what it's worth, I got off the phone with Jody a couple hours ago;
he called me on his way to work. Jody has been working to secure a deal
from a Hilti rep for HY-150 cartridges for the ASCA––those things are !@#$%^& expensive!
(A cartridge costs approx. $27.00 retail, and is enough for 10 to 12 holes)
Greg needs a bunch of them for upcoming re-bolting projects where glue-ins are
the best long-term solution.

After shooting the shIt for a while, as he pulled into the parking lot,
Jody wanted me to let Ouch! know that he was getting ready to start
his shift––his job that entails taking pictures to post on the Supertopo Forum.

We both laughed our asses off that Ouch! would have minimally armed patrol
officers rushing into a building not knowing who the suspects were, how
many of them there were, or what kind of weapons (or bombs) they had.
And Jody should know; he's a firearms instructor at work.
But even a layman like me knows that Ouch!'s MO is a total, utter crock,
and I officially call BS on his ever having been a cop...

Prove me wrong.


Ouch!

climber
Sep 28, 2005 - 06:35pm PT
"Prove me wrong"

Ha! Lay on McFluff!

How about this for proof. Explosions and gunfire in a school full of students. Thin yellow line takes all afternoon to set up a perimeter, gather all kinds of backup, and hide behind anything that will cover their asses and donuts. The dead and dying left to fend for themselves.

The proof. The body count. Better hurry on home. Somebody might yell Boo.

You wimps are lightweights. Keystone Kops. MWA.
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Straight Outta Squamton
Sep 28, 2005 - 06:44pm PT
I guess we can rest assured that you were never a cop.

Shame on you.
Ouch!

climber
Sep 28, 2005 - 07:03pm PT
"I guess we can rest"

You do sound a bit tired.

Now, let me tell you how it's done. A cop has to develop a certain personna. I did mine by winning shooting matches against guys using .22 rifles at 50 feet. I used my trusty old .38 Military and Police revolver. Soon word got around that
this dude was not to be taken lightly. It also helped to be 6' 5" and weigh 230.

It worked pretty well when backed up by a good knuckle sandwich, except for one night when a chickenhawk or chicken sh#t took a shot at me from the dark when I was rattling doors.
I just let it be known that I knew who did it and when a certain guy left town, I knew for sure.

It ain't all that hard. You just have to take the responsibility seriously.

That's all the free advice you get. Anything else will cost you.
Jody

Mountain climber
Templeton, CA
Sep 29, 2005 - 01:54am PT
"I did mine by winning shooting matches against guys using .22 rifles at 50 feet. I used my trusty old .38 Military and Police revolver."

LOL! A department that has .22 rifles? You REALLY WERE trained by Barney Fife.

You are now officially a QUITTER AND A LIAR.

I can't stop laughing, .22 rifle competitions against .38 at 50 feet. LOL!
Ouch!

climber
Sep 29, 2005 - 04:32am PT
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