msu_grad_121
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msu_grad_121

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    1. knoxvegasdaddy
      knoxvegasdaddy
      All is well in ktown. Very busy working, and all the regular stuff. Vols are a win away from being bowl eligible. Glad to hear you’re trucking along! Be sure to post again if somebody wants to opine further about shotgun patterning and deployment. Hehehe.....
    2. knoxvegasdaddy
      knoxvegasdaddy
      You good, my friend? Hadn’t seen you post in a bit. Everything alright?
      1. msu_grad_121
        msu_grad_121
        Hey brother! Sorry for the late reply, I haven't been following much, until lately. Things are going okay, just LOTS of life changes, but none of them are "bad." Thanks for checking in, man! How about you?
        Nov 19, 2019
    3. msu_grad_121
      msu_grad_121
      Any time, like I said, the stuff I learned is 2 years old at this point, and seems to be outdated, but it's better than having no plan. I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, and keep up with the training, if for no other reason than it's a good time! As for "Hall Boss," personally I think it should be round filed, as I can't ever think of a time when you'd use it on an actual active shooter. Maybe in a secondary search once things have calmed down, but even then, I'm not sure I'd want to use that specific tactic. Then again, those are just my opinions, so take them for what they're worth. Stay safe!

      Ross
    4. SpoiledBySig
      SpoiledBySig
      Thanks for responding to the Active Shooter post, when you spoke of "Hall Boss", I had no doubts you knew your stuff. Unfortunately, "Hall Boss" was only discussed in the first hour, power point class room.

      http:// http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_s_p ... l-shooting
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