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Bing_Oh
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 11:22 PM
Joined: 11-03-2005
Location: Midwest
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  • I was kinda thinking fuzzy pink bunny slippers...
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  • Bing_Oh
    commented on 's reply to Apartment defense
    If the apartment owner will permit you to, the first door you should reinforce is the front door. If it's not already, a steel frame with a solid deadbolt will stop most people from getting in with anything short of a ram.

    You can use any room as a "panic room" depending on the...
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  • Bing_Oh
    commented on 's reply to Apartment defense
    Personal opinion is always go pump action over semiauto in a home defense shotgun. The only more reliable weapon than a pump action shotgun is a revolver...as long as you don't short-stroke the pump, pump-action shotguns will pretty much always go "bang." Semiauto shotguns, while greatly improved...
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  • Bing_Oh
    replied to Real-time crime centers
    I had to Google what a "Real Time Crime Center" even WAS...

    Only huge agencies with massive resources can afford to dump multil-millions into something like that (which is why Wikipedia only lists a few agencies with sizes like the NYPD that have them). Even your average larger...
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  • Bing_Oh
    replied to Apartment defense
    Have her train to get low and shoot at an upward angle (unless it's a multi-story apartment) or, even better, pick an easily-defensible location where the bad guy's entry path will minimize her shooting toward the other apartments.

    In home defense shooting, there's nothing wrong with choosing...
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  • Yea, just as long as he doesn't expect to make Trooper pay with most other departments in Ohio...Troopers make pretty good money in comparison.
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  • Bing_Oh
    replied to Carrying large amounts of cash legal?
    Under Federal law, you're required to carry that quantity of cash in a stainless steel briefcase, handcuffed to your wrist. Unless you're a gameshow host, and I'll assume you aren't if you're eating at Taco Bell...
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  • I work in a department of similar size with a similar population. Our normal shifts are 4 total (1 sgt, 3 patrolmen), so it's not unusual with days off to run a 2-man shift during the week. Our minimums are 2 during the week and 3 on the weekends (until after 0400, when we drop down to a 2 minimum...don't...
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  • After years of wearing a duty belt, I'd wonder why you would want to wear one! They're not particularly comfortable, especially the leather ones, and that goes double for having to wear them in a situation where you might be doing strenuous hiking over uneven terrain on a regular basis. There are a...
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  • Bing_Oh
    replied to Bullet proof cars
    There are still some small departments that are just issuing body armor for their officers (frequently still with Federal funding assistance)...armoring cars isn't even on the radar for most of them.
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  • Bing_Oh
    replied to Patrol Rifle Advice
    Honestly, anything from a reputable manufacturer with a chrome-lined barrel will serve well. LE isn't a combat unit where the rifle will be out in the field for long periods potentially untended. I carried a S&W MP15A before my department started equipping patrol cars with AR's...they were much...
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  • Bing_Oh
    replied to Degree
    Ok, guys...now tell him the real reason.

    There was a study that indicated that people with higher education were less likely to use force. So, a person with a college degree is less of a liability to the department.
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