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Old November 4, 2005, 01:30 AM   #1
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Just Finished my first issue of SWAT

great magazine.....

the small print under the SWAT pretty much describes the contents. There is good FYI for the citizen, law enforcement, ect..........

Have not finished it from cover to cover yet still reading

The articles by Scott Rietz and Brent Wheat contained some good info. it really brings home what every person needs to know.

I always think its kind of paranoid but sometimes if I leave for work in the morning and notice a vehicle or a person and the individual is just hanging around and seems out of place I will swing back by and make a note on the vehicle tags or drive by and take a look at the individuals and sometimes wave hello at them. Brent makes me feel not so paranoid now.

the Phoenix article was great stuff.. Kevin,s work shows that he is an artisan and master in metal working.... Mad Dog has some mad skillz....

The article by Erick was good stuff....finally shows the brass in the Army Reserve have smelled the ejected shell casings and woken up when it comes to marksmanship.....

Im kicking myself for waiting so long to subscribe....
Have a nice day at the range

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Old November 4, 2005, 03:28 PM   #2
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They are the only magazine I still read

While I do not always agree 100% with everything I see in their least I do not find myself cringing like I did with other gun mags.
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