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Well.....the a team was using the minin14 so......they have a solid excuse for the misses lol
I think Miami Vice was the first to have baddies die on network programming. But I'm too lazy to research that statement.All action shows from that era seemed to have a no-die policy. Well, besides Quincy, that is. Hard to keep an ME in business if no one is dying. LOL.
It may be part of the reason I didn't think "real" people were allowed to own guns. Hell, I was 29 before I bought my first gun. Whoops!
In that era. I'm sure Mannix and Baretta and Cannon had a few BG's that got popped. I remember thinking back then, "what is it with this lots-shooting-no-hitting thing? Old westerns you'd kill off 3-4 characters a show. And don't go down the Red Shirt road of Star Trek."I think Miami Vice was the first to have baddies die on network programming. But I'm too lazy to research that statement.
short shorts, a.k.a. rugby shorts, I have a pair in black. I'd love to rock that outfit, but I'm afraid that if I start ordering that merch online I'll be on yet another list.I own a pair of reproduction Rhodesian Brushstroke short shorts and would wear them plus a Brushstroke tunic with a FAL. And a BHP. Because Rhodesia.
I'm in and will bring mine!I've got one of those S&W TR Specials with no TR logo on it. Model whatever. That'll be good. Shoulder holster needs to be ordered. LOL.
A Highway Patrolman would be ideal, though. Back in the mid-to-late-80's, there was a model company that sold kits of guns-of-the-day. I had a HP model. It was cool to build and handle when I was in HS.
What I call the "Police Woman, with Angie Dickenson" grip. Grab strong-arm wrist with off-hand. Point weapon to the sky and point as if there was a ball-bearing in the barrel and you are trying to FLING it downrange prior to sight-picture.Teacup grip, or grip-around-strong-hand-wrist, is necessary for anyone shooting one of those:
Similar to the NYPD police shooting stats. Clint Smith had the statistics researched, im not quoting but with revolvers they averaged something like 2.1 hits for every 6 rounds fired. Once they switched to semi-autos it went down to 1.? for every 17 rounds. Then they stopped keeping statistics lol.