Rather interestingly, the LaserLyte/KA-BAR device has been around for a while. People seem to be selling it all over the place but I don't know how well they're doing in those efforts.bearcat6 said:
Mr. Moore:William R. Moore said:I used to wonder about the same thing as Mr. Marlowe with respect to the media fawning over the more highly "civilized" European police forces and handling of firearms policy in general. This was much more prevelent 30 odd years ago than it is today. I expect it was due to selective memory back when, many not (or refusing to) recognize that the local beat cop carried a sub-gun.
Quite possibly the change was due to a wider exposure to what happens in the rest of the world. Interaction with non English speaking paramilitary cops at checkpoints can significantly change ones viewpoints, especially if one began the encounter with an exalted opinion of one's own station in life and the entitlements that go with that.
Yeah, shock and awe the jury straight to a conviction!jdh said:Have one, no I didn't buy it one of my smart a......lec friends gave it to me, the blade is sharp. Limited usefulness but good for the shock and awe factor.
Conviction for what?Skeptic49 said:Yeah, shock and awe the jury straight to a conviction!jdh said:Have one, no I didn't buy it one of my smart a......lec friends gave it to me, the blade is sharp. Limited usefulness but good for the shock and awe factor.
Who is paranoid, don't worry, it's a professional requirement.
Yeah ... that would be a good way to make the point. :shocked: :lol: :bolt: :cryinlaugh:Mas Ayoob said:... I can think of no better corrective equipment to cure the student who has watched too many gangsta rap videos from shoving the pistol down the front of his waistband...