No need for cred thumping on either of our parts.Originally Posted by METAL BROS RACING
If he isn't part of the immediate scene, right by the boat covering the criminals, there is not immediate need for being in the high ready. I venture to say that the smuggler(s) are gone already & he is securing the perimiter of the scene.
With news crews, onlookers, etc at the ramp, he probably needs to be in view, as he is, showing domination without actively directing his muzzle towards any bystander. Low threat crowd control...
How many hours should he stand in the high ready? With no visible threat? I don't think his hand is in his pocket, I can see his thumb behind the handguards. If it is in the pocket, that's a little f'd up, but are we to believe that no professional has ever put his off hand in his pocket before? I know I've done it once or twice.
We can agree to disagree or discuss it via PM; it really doesn't have much bearing on the topic itself.
Last edited by Andy0331; 12-15-2005 at 11:32 PM.
He is untrained!...totally!...You are 100 percent correct....this is why the cops get hit stillOriginally Posted by METAL BROS RACING
About 25k to 35k up here. There are kind of cool if you never seen one.Originally Posted by Magicfloat
The pckage will have a wax stamp on it the usually tells who packaged it. Who says there isn't any pride in workmanship
Isn't this why they invented pockets? I use mine all the time...Originally Posted by METAL BROS RACING
Were the threat still present, he'd have his raid gear on (Ballistic vest).
Where'd you learn all this marketing info mister?Originally Posted by Byrdman
We ought to get together and talk a bit
Rabbit: See, a lot of drug dealers use stickers to mark their products. Like a brand name.
Farva: See? Where'd you learn that, Cheech? Drug school?
Captain O'Hagan: Shut up, Farva.
Captain O'Hagan: Did that bag you pulled off these College kids have that sticker?
[secretly looks at a bag he hid in his pocket]
Rabbit: I don't believe it did.
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