Out of the Box Product Review: Falcon 37 Advanced Engagement Charging Handle

The Defensive Training Group

Posted on AP 25 March 19.

The purpose of this post is provide initial impressions on this product and to get a sense if it is actually a product/operational improvement as claimed or simply a slick gimmick.  I must admit when I ordered it the jury was out – I was really skeptical.  I kind of had nightmares (sort of) on this thing not necessarily because it might not perform, but that Bravo Company just might be starting to add less than stellar outside of their company products for sale, as certain companies who shall not be named have in the last few years.  See, BC to me is from the Greek root word for, “Quality.”  Expensive most times, but you get what you pay for, right?

To continue without digression, in the interest of total transparency, I am one of those guys that always has an issue with eye…

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Fred On Everything…

The Defensive Training Group

Linked here, this is a very good comparison of what China is doing versus the good ole US of A.  The key paragraph is in the conclusion as to why this is important:

“The list could be extended at length,tocover numbers of patents awarded, scientific papers published, quantum communications, investment in education and technological research and development, supercomputers and chip design and many other things. Beijing is clearly bent on Making China Great Again–as why should it not? Meanwhile America focuses more on transgender bathrooms and whether Bruce Jenner is a girl than on its endless and draining wars. China sends its brightest to the world’s best technical school while America makes its universities into playpens for the mildly retarded. The country crumbles but spends drunkenly of defective fighter planes it doesn’t need in the first place.

This won’t work a whole lot longer.”

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A Westerner Reads the Koran (Second Surah)

The Orthosphere

Pussin Golden Calf Nicolas Poussin (1594 – 1665): Adoration of the Golden Calf (1634)

Introduction. The Western layman approaching the Koran for the first time must experience something like befuddlement.  Supposing that the layman possesses a good education, including knowledge of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible and the core classics of the Greek and Roman worlds, the Koran will strike him as something like the opposite of that with which he enjoys familiarity.  Take the Bible’s Genesis: It deals in straightforward narrative, as do its Near Eastern precursor texts such as the Babylonian Creation or Enuma Elish.  The very opening words of Genesis invoke the concept of a beginning, which implies in advance both an ensuing middle and an end.  The same is true of the Greek poet Hesiod’s account of the generations of the gods – Elemental, Titanic, and Olympian – in his Theogony.  After Hesiod explains…

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TACB: 12 Years a Slave – The Making of a Modern Woman

Western Rifle Shooters Association

Doom, intentionally imposed.

Leaving humanoid rubble in its wake.

It struck me the other day that the indoctrination/execution/betrayal cycle (girl is raised on today’s conventional wisdom/dreck, goes about her early adulthood according to its “Go grrrrl!” demands, and suddenly she is in her thirties, alone, herpetic, with one or more abortions on her conscience) is what fuels the batshitcrazy next phases of her life.

Unable/unwilling to take responsibility for the debacle that is her backtrail, the “white men that did this” to her must be destroyed.

Tragic for all.

And destructive.

Welcome to the Flaming Twenties.

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