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3.0 out of 5 stars Good, For its purpose, March 7, 2014
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To me, this is a very good product that effectively can help keep prevent a negligent discharge. Once it's in place, it's not easy for this thing to come off accidentally and I don't think you could fire the weapon with this thing in place.

There is a big BUT though. Removing the device in a hurry wasn't easy for me. It's just not a natural motion for my fingers. You have to push with quite a bit of force with your index finger in an unnatural motion to clear the device and then withdraw your finger and then put it on the trigger. I was hoping this device could replace a pocket holster in a pinch but alas that is not the case for me.

That said, if you're camping or backpacking in a non CCW situation and you want some extra peace of mind that you won't have a negligent discharge while still carrying a loaded weapon, this thing could fit the bill. Just don't expect to be able to present the weapon quickly.

I would definitely install this with the weapon unloaded and then load the weapon so you're not mucking around with the trigger on a loaded weapon --- I think that's Rule #3 of Cooper's Rules.

Safety is your responsibility.

It added about 1-3 seconds to my fire procedure which in a CCW situation is an eternity and it forced me to think clearly about my finger motions which under stress would likely not be fantastic.


Quicken WillMaker Plus 2014 Edition: Book & Software Kit
Quicken WillMaker Plus 2014 Edition: Book & Software Kit
by Nolo Editors
Edition: Paperback
Price: $31.65
42 used & new from $27.25

5.0 out of 5 stars This is effortless, February 27, 2014
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This is great software. It takes into consideration everything and puts it into legalese for your state. You do need a PC with a cd drive. Once you load it just follow the steps to create your will


Epson DS-510 WorkForce Document Scanner (B11B209201)
Epson DS-510 WorkForce Document Scanner (B11B209201)
Price: $279.99
35 used & new from $268.00

5.0 out of 5 stars This rocks, February 27, 2014
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For years I've wanted a scanner that can just transform my bills and contracts to PDF. This thing does just that, quickly automatically. Just put the stack of papers and the scanner just digitizes and converts them to popular formats. I can't say enough good things about this scanner. You do need a computer. Mac or PC.


Moshi Cirrus Standing Cover for Kindle Paperwhite, Grey
Moshi Cirrus Standing Cover for Kindle Paperwhite, Grey
Price: $24.99
2 used & new from $22.27

5.0 out of 5 stars Useful especially if you're a cook, February 21, 2014
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This is a great cover particularly if you're a cook. You can stand your paperwhite and use it for reading receipts in the kitchen.


Coast DX356 Double Lock Folding Knife
Coast DX356 Double Lock Folding Knife
Price: $29.97

5.0 out of 5 stars A solid choice, February 21, 2014
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These coast knives are fantastic. The double lock is very useful,if you're working with your knife and don't want it to fold closed on you. The blade is thick and tough. I'd use as a survival knife and it's not so expensive that you're worried about using it. I love this knife.


Pilot [HD]
Pilot [HD]
DVD
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Has potential but my socks weren't blown off, February 17, 2014
First off, I'm a great fan of Chris Carter and of Aldis Hodge so this is going to be good.

That said - my socks weren't blown off.....but why? Well, the show tried to show me how people would react to an end of the world catastrophe but it just wasn't believable at least not until the very end but I had to plow through blaring and annoying car alarms (hint they're annoying to the audience who has surround sound on so don't let it drag on for 5 minutes), irrational behavior, silly acting, and it's just a mess of a story until the very last 5 minutes of the show.

The reality is that society does not fall apart and people don't just flood out into the streets and transform into a deranged mob simply because there is a blackout in the middle of the workday - people break out in conversation and just wait for the power to come back and yes sometimes it takes hours. Blackouts during rush hour are another matter but even then people figure it out and get to where they're going without resorting to complete and utter madness - at least not without a really good reason (which we the audience are not shown and the mobs don't seem to know about either).

Specifically - the elevator scene is not believable, there is a police officer in there and that would be the authority that everyone would likely default to and people would be patient instead of starting to go nuts. Regarding the looting, yes sometimes there is looting during a blackout but people generally don't resort to felonies every time that there is a hiccup with the power grid and generally the looting is not in the affluent areas, it's in the very poor areas. People don't just default to felony mode because most people know that when law and order is restored, they will have to answer to a court for their transgressions. Police officers don't refuse to surrender their weapon and then the same trained police officer willingly allows herself to be disarmed by thugs in the next scene. Girls don't just take off all their clothes in front of strangers and jump into a pool naked when the world is falling apart because they haven't bathed in 3 hours - she might be a bit special but I'd venture to say that even your super-confident strip model who is used to disrobing professionally doesn't just go take off her clothes in the middle of strangers, in a strange setting when the world is falling apart....after 3 weeks of not bathing, sure! but not after 3-4 hours. People don't just start dropping F bombs in unfamiliar settings, especially in upscale urban environments (like the cop said, it's a crime in some places to curse)....after a while, it gets tiring.

So Chris Carter has a lot of work to start to address how people react rationally in the show if I'm going to watch it. Fortunately for him, the ending was something that all the characters saw so at that point yes, they've seen something really really weird and it's time for them to re-assess their worldview.

Beyond that, some of the characters are just not likeable and I don't mean that I like to hate some of the characters -- they're just not exciting. The French actress? I'm sorry I just didn't connect. Aldis Hodge -- that guy was about the only believable character in the whole cast.

I loved how the opening scene was very similar to an X files opening scene where the actress wakes up in the morning. Nice. Yes, I remember.

Bottom line is that there is a right and a wrong way to use nudity, profanity and to set the stage for an end of the world scenario. This was not the best way to do it. But, I know this is going to be good.


The Law of Self Defense
The Law of Self Defense
Price: $9.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Useful, January 31, 2014
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There are many books like this out there that cover the basics of self defense law. I have several in the hope of learning something new. If I had to have only one, I'd get Masada Ayoobs "In The Gravest Extreme" but Ayoobs book is dated and very hard to get. This book is very current and covers the laws on many states.

One commenter here writes that this book teaches someone how to get away with murder. I disagree, if you own a firearm, you have a personal responsibility to know the contours of the law so you stay within the law and the law does not allow murder. So, reading this book will make you a better citizen. It'll prepare you to act only when you absolutely have absolutely no other recourse and to not act when there are options out there or when you could be putting yourself in jeopardy.

Do you need 5 books like this? No. One will likely serve you well but I personally am always looking to refine my understanding.

I will say this book, and no book, is a substitute for a good lawyer but a bit of reading and prudence on your part could make your lawyers job much easier and better yet it also help prevent you from getting involved in an unnecessary tragedy by having you not overreact in situations that don't justify the use of a firearm under the law.


Gun Control in the Third Reich: Disarming the Jews and "Enemies of the State"
Gun Control in the Third Reich: Disarming the Jews and "Enemies of the State"
Price: $10.99

1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must Read, January 20, 2014
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There is certainly something here. I'm not sure that gun control "caused" the holocaust or the rise of the Reich....but certainly it's clear that gun control helped set the stage.

The book is a study from 1918 to 1938 on how gun laws were used to further the ends of the Reich. It's a nonfiction piece based on original research from the German Archives, Letters, and other sources from the era. This is definitely a must read and at a minimum a must have. History is meant to be repeated if we don't learn from the mistakes of the past.

Professor Halbrook is one of the most prominent authorities on second amendment work today and he's won 4 cases before the supreme court.


Pampers Cruisers Diapers Size 5 Economy Pack Plus 132 Count
Pampers Cruisers Diapers Size 5 Economy Pack Plus 132 Count
Price: $45.88
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5.0 out of 5 stars These do what they say they do, December 31, 2013
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These are great for your baby who is moving around more but still needs a good amount of protection. These do go the night for me but if you want some extra insurance get the ones that are designed for night-time use.


Pampers Extra Protection Diapers Size 4 Super Pack 74 Count
Pampers Extra Protection Diapers Size 4 Super Pack 74 Count
Price: $24.94
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars These go all night, December 31, 2013
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What can I say. They're diapers. Nice for your bigger kid who's still not in training cruisers or if you just have a kid that's not into training yet. I will say that no diaper is fullproof but by and large these work fine for your regular night. Make sure you put them on right.


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