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    Completely forgot about the don’t mention gun line.. srs..


    While leaving work at about 6:15 pm... I legit got pulled over again for not turning on my lights. Officer didn’t pull me out and was super cool. Didn’t give me a warning nor ticket either. He said wow man we get happy when we meet and pull people with concealed carry permit holders then a few seconds later he goes as LE we are big 2a supporters..

    Lmao he was legit trying to just express his support. It was nice. Bad thing is my employees were in the car with me and now they know I carry. I’d rather them never knowing until a situation ever came down to me needing it. I don’t trust them knowing and think it can lead to an ambush of some sort if they knew.

    Edit: I’ve been off all day and haven’t been pulled over in years. Feels like sh*t tbh.
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    Everywhere I am able. Work is the only place I can't. It's like grabbing your wallet before you leave the house. Even the gym I have a bag within arm's reach usually clipped to the bench or machine.
    Brb work for a gun company.

    Brb “no gunz allowed”

    They really don’t let you carry at work?
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    For $55k sticker price (never pay that much) you can get a new F150 Lariat supercrew 4x4 with 3.5 EB or 5.0L and a couple small option groups added. Obviously less for an XLT if you don't have to have the entry-luxury-level extras of a Lariat
    New truck prices are insane. I'm going to buy something eventually but I think I'll probably look around 3-4 years old. There's a '17 Ram with 10k miles for 26k here in town that doesn't seem like a bad deal. It's a V6 though.
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    Originally Posted by rahfulz View Post
    Brb work for a gun company.

    Brb “no gunz allowed”

    They really don’t let you carry at work?
    Liability. I work in the global headquarters. All of our firearms assembly, half of our machining, and most of our corporate side is based out of that building with roughly 1000 employees coming in and out on a daily basis. We go through metal detectors and bags are x-rayed on the way in and out.

    If I'm down at our academy for an event or even out with writers or vendors I'm always carrying and so is everyone else I work with in my department.
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    Liability. I work in the global headquarters. All of our firearms assembly, half of our machining, and most of our corporate side is based out of that building with roughly 1000 employees coming in and out on a daily basis. We go through metal detectors and bags are x-rayed on the way in and out.

    If I'm down at our academy for an event or even out with writers or vendors I'm always carrying and so is everyone else I work with in my department.
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    any of you guys have a recommendation for a small but durable cable lock? (as much as locks can be)

    something small like you'd use for luggage, but it would be for my snowboard when i leave it on the racks at the resorts when i go grab a beer. the offerings from many of the snowboard companies are pretty thin and i would bet could be beat with a simple multitool.

    so i figured we're a bunch of gear whores here and might no of a good solution. any suggestions?
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    Im interdasted in those new SIG AR's where I can take my FCU out of my Sig P320 and pop it into the AR and i have a full functioning Sig Sower AR variant

    how much they gonna be ? 2000 grand?
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    Originally Posted by Farley1324 View Post
    Still don't get it
    Think about it...by law the ATF can show up unannounced at any time and you need to be able to account for every single serial number in the building or they can shut you down. It becomes a logistical nightmare. Then you factor in OSHA and all of the safety requirements that come with live ammunition. Just to have keycard access to the assembly range there is a certification process that requires training and annual lead and hearing tests to maintain.

    We're a very large company. It isn't feasible to allow every temp, visitor, whatever to carry a gun into the building.
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    Originally Posted by ChaoticReignPbt View Post
    It isn't feasible to allow every temp, visitor, whatever to carry a gun into the building.

    You gonna do more shotshow interviews this year and go all day on your feet without food and water and 5 minutes before close soem guys gonna run over and ask for a "quick" interview and you say yes but you have those dark circles under your eyes and your eyes are bleary
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    Originally Posted by Meatie View Post
    You gonna do more shotshow interviews this year and go all day on your feet without food and water and 5 minutes before close soem guys gonna run over and ask for a "quick" interview and you say yes but you have those dark circles under your eyes and your eyes are bleary
    That's literally the definition of "a day in the life" for SHOT...so probably. But they let us have like 15 minutes for food...

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    Originally Posted by tunejunkie View Post
    any of you guys have a recommendation for a small but durable cable lock? (as much as locks can be)

    something small like you'd use for luggage, but it would be for my snowboard when i leave it on the racks at the resorts when i go grab a beer. the offerings from many of the snowboard companies are pretty thin and i would bet could be beat with a simple multitool.

    so i figured we're a bunch of gear whores here and might no of a good solution. any suggestions?
    I don't think a small cable lock is ever going to be stronger than a pair of bolt cutters
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    Originally Posted by ChaoticReignPbt View Post
    Think about it...by law the ATF can show up unannounced at any time and you need to be able to account for every single serial number in the building or they can shut you down. It becomes a logistical nightmare. Then you factor in OSHA and all of the safety requirements that come with live ammunition. Just to have keycard access to the assembly range there is a certification process that requires training and annual lead and hearing tests to maintain.

    We're a very large company. It isn't feasible to allow every temp, visitor, whatever to carry a gun into the building.
    I see, giving the regular employees a different card that allows them more privilege than temps and visitors would be really difficult
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    Originally Posted by Farley1324 View Post
    I don't think a small cable lock is ever going to be stronger than a pair of bolt cutters
    i get that, and i understand the false sense of security locks provide, but id rather have it so some douche canoe cant casually walk of with my board. He at least has to work for it.

    Usually on the mountain most people dont have bolt cutters and if they did it would look odd that someone is at the rack with them.


    As mentioned before, the offerings from these companies are super thin cables, which could be cut with simple multi tool, which people do have with them on the mountain.

    I guess i'm looking for a cable thicker like a bike lock, but small in length so it can be compact. just curious if anyone knew of anything
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    I see, giving the regular employees a different card that allows them more privilege than temps and visitors would be really difficult
    Legal would stonewall it for liability would be my bet. I would bet there is an exceptions list but it's way above my paygrade. Considering the number of ex seals, rangers, swat guys, and everything else I'm confident we have emergency protocols in place. Mass shooting is low on my worry list at work.
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    Originally Posted by tunejunkie View Post
    any of you guys have a recommendation for a small but durable cable lock? (as much as locks can be)

    something small like you'd use for luggage, but it would be for my snowboard when i leave it on the racks at the resorts when i go grab a beer. the offerings from many of the snowboard companies are pretty thin and i would bet could be beat with a simple multitool.

    so i figured we're a bunch of gear whores here and might no of a good solution. any suggestions?
    If you're really that worried a cable bike lock would work.
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    Legal would stonewall it for liability would be my bet. I would bet there is an exceptions list but it's way above my paygrade. Considering the number of ex seals, rangers, swat guys, and everything else I'm confident we have emergency protocols in place. Mass shooting is low on my worry list at work.
    Who said anything about mass shooting?

    I hope you don't think people only carry guns to protect against the extraordinarily rare event that is a mass shooting.
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    Originally Posted by Steve707 View Post
    If you're really that worried a cable bike lock would work.
    i know, but they're big, bulky, and heavy. just wondering if there was a smaller solution available. i'm not super worried,but would just lke to have something to use to protect my $600+ setup
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    Originally Posted by tunejunkie View Post
    i know, but they're big, bulky, and heavy. just wondering if there was a smaller solution available. i'm not super worried,but would just lke to have something to use to protect my $600+ setup
    A cable lock for a gun should fit around the rack and through the back of your binding.
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    Originally Posted by tunejunkie View Post
    any of you guys have a recommendation for a small but durable cable lock? (as much as locks can be)

    something small like you'd use for luggage, but it would be for my snowboard when i leave it on the racks at the resorts when i go grab a beer. the offerings from many of the snowboard companies are pretty thin and i would bet could be beat with a simple multitool.

    so i figured we're a bunch of gear whores here and might no of a good solution. any suggestions?
    Stockton, OnGuard and Kryptonite make a bunch of high quality cable locks with good thick braided steel cables, either keyed, or number combo, or even word combo. I have a few of each. Use them for locking helmets to motorcycle, mountain bikes to rack etc.

    If someone wants to take your sh!t, carrying the size of bolt cutters it would take would draw much more attention than nothing at all. Especially around ski racks, motorcycles or bikes where people are more attentive to stuff like that. It's not high security where you can be completely away for a long time but it's good if you'll be nearby with like minded folks around and just want to avoid the opportunistic snatchers.

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    Or don't dick around and just carry this around lol

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    Originally Posted by Farley1324 View Post
    Or don't dick around and just carry this around lol

    https://smile.amazon.com/Kryptonite-...eb_12748009011
    I checked out the New York Noose in person at Cycle Gear...7 damn pounds. No way anybody is carrying around a 7 lb chain in their backpack or on their bike. Maybe in actual New York though. I did have some serious chains when I was parking my BMW motorcycle downtown overnight but those didn't move. And had concrete anchors.
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    Originally Posted by DualRectifier View Post
    I checked out the New York Noose in person at Cycle Gear...7 damn pounds. No way anybody is carrying around a 7 lb chain in their backpack or on their bike. Maybe in actual New York though. I did have some serious chains when I was parking my BMW motorcycle downtown overnight but those didn't move. And had concrete anchors.
    Yeah, they are hefty sonsofbitches. Good for generator tie-down too, probably stronger than any of the gen frames they'd be attached to lol
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    Originally Posted by Steve707 View Post
    A cable lock for a gun should fit around the rack and through the back of your binding.
    Originally Posted by DualRectifier View Post
    Stockton, OnGuard and Kryptonite make a bunch of high quality cable locks with good thick braided steel cables, either keyed, or number combo, or even word combo. I have a few of each. Use them for locking helmets to motorcycle, mountain bikes to rack etc.

    If someone wants to take your sh!t, carrying the size of bolt cutters it would take would draw much more attention than nothing at all. Especially around ski racks, motorcycles or bikes where people are more attentive to stuff like that. It's not high security where you can be completely away for a long time but it's good if you'll be nearby with like minded folks around and just want to avoid the opportunistic snatchers.

    https://www.cyclegear.com/accessorie...586-cable-lock

    https://www.cyclegear.com/accessorie...423-cable-lock

    http://www.onguardlock.com
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    Or don't dick around and just carry this around lol

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    Originally Posted by DualRectifier View Post
    I checked out the New York Noose in person at Cycle Gear...7 damn pounds. No way anybody is carrying around a 7 lb chain in their backpack or on their bike. Maybe in actual New York though.
    Back when messengers were a thing I swear half the messengers were using the heavy chains and a u-lock. Too much bike theft not to.
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    Game of Thrones folks

    If you've only watched it once, you really need to watch the whole series through a second time. Once you know everything, there's so much more to pick up on. Things just leap right out at you like IT'S RIGHT THERE THEY'RE TELLING YOU but the first time through...not a clue.

    And Ned Stark was an honorable man...every time somebody says that, you just have to think...more honorable than you even know

    Spoiler!

    But so much more. So much story that you don't get is being told until you know the rest.

    Masterful storytelling
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    Game of Thrones folks

    If you've only watched it once, you really need to watch the whole series through a second time. Once you know everything, there's so much more to pick up on. Things just leap right out at you like IT'S RIGHT THERE THEY'RE TELLING YOU but the first time through...not a clue.

    And Ned Stark was an honorable man...every time somebody says that, you just have to think...more honorable than you even know

    Spoiler!

    But so much more. So much story that you don't get is being told until you know the rest.

    Masterful storytelling
    I went back and rewatched some of it, and you’re absolutely right. Even just little details about future character interactions and small pieces to the story and characters were clearly well thought out. Hopefully the last season doesn’t disappoint.
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    Check out The Lock Picking Lawyer's YT channel and you won't ever feel good about most locks again.
    I looked into that a bit.

    I try to remember a few things

    1. It's a lot easier to pick a lock under no real stress at a table with great access indoors in a comfortable position etc

    2. Many are known for dissembling locks (they know the code or have the key to help as needed) and removing parts of the mechanism then putting it back together for the "pick" video

    3. The kinds of folks who actually have legit lock picking skills are unlikely to risk themselves over stealing whatever it is you have under lock and chain

    Looking at stats will show that a lock being picked, even a really poor lock that's known as easy to pick, is rare.

    Worry about whether your home's locks can be bumped, and how large a pair of bolt cutters are needed to cut your cables or chains (IE get something that needs an angle grinder to get through in a reasonable amount of time)
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