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Old July 26, 2014, 10:41 AM   #151
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It got on the approved pistol list last year July, according to the date on the list shown to me by an LAPD officer.

Issuance to recruits is to be commenced, according to their last training division guy I talked to. Probably it already happened by now, considering that was last year.

It won't be long before those recruits hit the streets.

Glock is still approved though.

Before you dig your heels in more, are you sure that you're correct in that its LAPD?

Are you sure that an LAPD officer showed you an "approved pistol list" listing the M&P dated last year?

Are you sure that the "training division guy" that you talked works at LAPD?



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The Imperial Unit, not M&P.

I am sorry for calling it a "system" earlier. That was clearly my error.

1 mile = 1760 yard = 5280 feet , 1 feet = 12 inch. That is not a system. It's a pathetic joke.

Says the guy that apparently doesn't know the history of either system.
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Old July 26, 2014, 01:03 PM   #152
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Explain why I have no problems with an M&P40 then. A dimentionally IDENTICAL pistol, with an IDENTICAL trigger.
Ergh, uhmm..I dunno. It just sounded really funny. Maybe you were a little cross eyed that day?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sen8Tn8CBA4




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Old July 26, 2014, 07:30 PM   #153
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Before you dig your heels in more, are you sure that you're correct in that its LAPD?

Are you sure that an LAPD officer showed you an "approved pistol list" listing the M&P dated last year?

Are you sure that the "training division guy" that you talked works at LAPD?
No. I am not sure.

Even though I met him at 1880 N Academy Rd. Los Angeles, CA, even though he was wearing shirt that said "Firearms" and "Tactics," and even though uniformed people that resembled LAPD officers all over the place did not seem to be concerned that this individual was handling guns around them, there still might be a chance that he might be an imposter that you might find convenient for your position.

Those uniformed officer with badges that says "Los Angeles Police" around that area may all be imposters too.

Or may be the whole place was fake, and there just happens to be an area that was set up to be a fake LAPD Academy right in the center of Los Angeles, next to Dodgers Stadium with LOS ANGELES POLICE ACADEMY" sign prominantly displayed, and no police around that area found that suspicous.

That may be enough to fool me. But, with someone with your kind of intelligence, it may still be suspcious.

May be a group of people with a capability and resources to build a multiple building training facility and fill it with dozens of imposter cops thought for whatever reason that convincing this internet personality called TestPilot that LAPD approved M&P was so important for unkown reasons.

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The Imperial Unit, not M&P.

I am sorry for calling it a "system" earlier. That was clearly my error.

1 mile = 1760 yard = 5280 feet , 1 feet = 12 inch. That is not a system. It's a pathetic joke.
Says the guy that apparently doesn't know the history of either system.
How exactly did you make a logical inference that a statement of fact about the Imperial Units shows lack of knowledge of history?

I know you can't. I am just in it for the entertainment regarding what kind of sorry excuse you can pull.

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Old July 26, 2014, 08:33 PM   #154
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I can close this or I can start handing out 5-day vacations for general jerk-itude.

If you can't figure out how to say what you need to say in a polite tone, please go away.

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