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    alright Mr. Butter Bars,
    I worked with a college graduate fresh out of ROTC, his mommy made him join the Army National Guard Reserve instead of jumping into the army. He was obssessed with every tactical and military. His parents gave him a huge sum of money to live off of and he chose to work at a gunshop. No matter how hard he tried to fit in with everyone else, he failed. He always asked questions about killing people and wanting to train with the Rangers. He would "clear" rooms whenever he was by himself, I witnessed it on several occasions. Bottom line, don't be this guy, don't seek out stuff like this, you will only find rich doctors and lawyers or middle aged gun nuts in these tactical classes, looking to foster there need to be manly. Wait until the military pays for you to attend this stuff, don't seek it out. Because alot of that stuff is meant for tactical teams, not Super Ninja Sniper solo assassins.

    If you wanted to be this Security Contractor, you need to get out of school before they fill your head with thoughts about non violence, peace, and love. Because the life of a contractor is just the opposite. I think your view of private security is skewed.

    Most people don't go into the military to get into the Private Security business. They are sought after when they leave, most security contractors are ex military operators anyway. You are in the Air Force? You really need to evaluate your situation.

    You like military style training??Are you serious...Deep down inside, you are a real wanna be. Like I said before, go to the quiet professionals forum and sign up. They will tell you everything you need to know.Coming on this forum is asking for trouble. Obviously no one on this forum can give you the advice you are seeking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poolshark View Post
    I've been reading on this forum for over a year actually (member since 08, guess you were admiring your handgun(s) again and forgot to notice it's actually 2009)
    So you've been a member for over a year, finally decide to post, and your first order of business is to start flaming a mod? Interesting strategy.


    Quote Originally Posted by poolshark View Post
    I'll go down any road I want.
    Yup. It's called the "Exit Ramp".

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyDog View Post
    Nooooo! It was the other guy with 4800+ posts.
    Oh, OK then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tateb24 View Post
    alright Mr. Butter Bars,

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    You like military style training??Are you serious...Deep down inside, you are a real wanna be.
    <yet more snipping>
    I'm not sure what's up with the need to badmouth a young guy looking for opinions here, but it reflects badly on the members of the forum.

    Anyone with any ambition at all is a "wanna be" something. Good luck to you Seraph. Take the criticism with a grain of salt.

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    I believe there is still a bit of smoke in the air. The OP is not yet 21 but as soon as the Assault Weapons Ban was lifted he just ran right out and purchased an AK and AR. Right on, every kid does that don't they.

    Have fun playing,


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    This thread been "interesting" but it is a train wreck. Before it gets any worse (if that is possible) ....


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