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  Martial Arts
Posted by: David - 01-11-2019, 09:30 PM - Forum: Forum News, Introductions and How-To Information - No Replies

I've added a new section in the 'Specific' area of the board.  As many know, up until a year or so ago I had a very long running board for the martial arts.  It ran for 15+ years.  It closed down in 2017 but I do miss it.  And I have a lot of information on that board (which is inactive but still exists) so I created a small section here so that I can transfer material over that I find useful.  

Anyone and everyone is welcome to post/use the new section and I hope you enjoy. 


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  Practical Kata Bunkai: Passai / Bassai-Dai End Sequence Drill
Posted by: David - 01-11-2019, 09:28 PM - Forum: Japanese Martial Arts - No Replies

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  Master Alain Burrese
Posted by: David - 01-11-2019, 09:26 PM - Forum: Korean Martial Arts - No Replies

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  Chin Na
Posted by: David - 01-11-2019, 09:22 PM - Forum: Chinese Martial Arts - Replies (4)

I use Chin Na/Hapkido/Aiki Jujutsu techniques far more than anything else to control violent bad guys.  Very good stuff.  Very practical. 

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  Shot a night match last night
Posted by: bmyers - 01-11-2019, 11:16 AM - Forum: Lighting - Replies (5)

I was invited to a night match last night. I used my PL-Mini and was very pleased with the performance. It has no issues lighting up the targets. The issues where my poor shooting and my ammo was really smokey. At 24 degrees with no wind, the smoke kind of just held in the air, which at times made it a little challenging to see the targets. Most shots were at 10 yards with a few at 20 yards. The light performed great. 

It was interesting to see the different lights and how the performed. Some people used handheld lights and did well. My friend brought his X7R light and decided to light up the whole bay when he shot. 

I also used my Olight H16 Wave, which worked really well. I didn't know that I would ever have a use for the wave feature, but it worked great last night. As soon as a shooter was done, waved my gloved hand in front of the light and it came on, went out tapped targets and came back and waved it off. Made it very easy to turn on and off.

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  The RaspberryPi and Raspbian OS.
Posted by: TN.Frank - 01-09-2019, 02:33 PM - Forum: The Pub - No Replies

Been kicking around at picking up a RaspberryPi to play with so I thought I'd give the main operating system used on it a look. Raspbian is based on Debian 9 Stable and has an uber light weight desktop so you can run it on just about any system you have that's 64 bit compatible. Anyway, hope you enjoy the vid. Talk to ya'll later. TN.Frank Out.

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  Backwoodsman slingshot shoot
Posted by: ghost - 01-09-2019, 01:00 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Hey everyone I will be hosting a backwoodsman slingshot shoot Feb 22 23 and 24 in cedar key FLA all are invited there's plenty of room for camping we have shower and toilet running water camp kitchen and fire pit Nathan Master owner of simple shot shooting sports will be there a long with a few more of the best shooters across the nation.

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  Finally something Gear Related, LOL.
Posted by: TN.Frank - 01-07-2019, 07:31 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Ok, so finally I've got a video that's gear related. I know ya'll have been waiting with baited breath for something other than my Linux videos so I hope you enjoy the vid. Thanks for watching and I'll talk to ya'll later. TN.Frank Out.
[video=youtube] https://youtu.be/uGxh7nYtbwo[/video]

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  Weaver pickle fork shooter
Posted by: ghost - 01-07-2019, 02:01 AM - Forum: Packs and Gear - Replies (4)

I orferor a Weaver PFS and here is my review.


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  Streamlight 66608 Flashlight Micro Stream USB - Coyote
Posted by: bmyers - 01-05-2019, 11:31 PM - Forum: Lighting - No Replies

I purchased the wife another flashlight (I know, 30 lights aren't enough). I picked her up a Streamlight Micro USB Coyote light. The reason the coyote is because it comes on at the high setting on the first click, where the other colors come on at the low setting. She prefers the high setting.

A couple of things I have learned about her light choices. First, she likes lights with a lot of throw. Yet, if she is carrying it on herself, she wants skinny, small lights. She likes the Olight I3T, but it comes on low with the first click and then you double click for high. So, the Streamlight has replaced the I3T because of that feature. Both are tail cap switched which is a requirement she prefers. 

So, for now, she is carrying a Streamlight.

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