Holstering with a silencer

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Re: Holstering with a silencer

Post by dtom29 » Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:26 pm

doubloon wrote:
dtom29 wrote:You can try to ...
What's ridiculous is you have no idea what I buy or how much I pay "I would rather spend that money on a rifle or a case of ammo or a really nice optic ... but then $25 is probably the most I've ever spent on a holster".
and yet you chose to take a snipe at me with absolutely zero tangible knowledge to back it up.
So now my life depends on how much I spend on a holster ... what a load of drama queen douchebaggery.

I suppose I need to spend as much as possible on my belt and pants too?

And maybe I need really expensive shirts and jackets with as many pockets as possible and they probably need to be made of the finest ripstop snag free material available?

What about my shoes? Don't those need to be really expensive nonslip aggressive traction snakeproof steel toed icons of manliness so I don't slip or pull a hamstring when I'm lightning quick drawing down on the multiple assailants who have me cornered at the ATM?

What about a really expensive wallet for my CHL and a really expensive holster for my cell phone? Does my life depend on those too?

Don't I need a gun mounted laser and tactical LED for those low light parking lot conditions?

Crap, now I have to go look at really expensive hats to keep the streetlight glare out of my eyes because my life depends on good vision too.
So now my life depends on how much I spend on a holster ... what a load of drama queen douchebaggery.

I suppose I need to spend as much as possible on my belt and pants too?

And maybe I need really expensive shirts and jackets with as many pockets as possible and they probably need to be made of the finest ripstop snag free material available?

What about my shoes? Don't those need to be really expensive nonslip aggressive traction snakeproof steel toed icons of manliness so I don't slip or pull a hamstring when I'm lightning quick drawing down on the multiple assailants who have me cornered at the ATM?

What about a really expensive wallet for my CHL and a really expensive holster for my cell phone? Does my life depend on those too?

Don't I need a gun mounted laser and tactical LED for those low light parking lot conditions?

Crap, now I have to go look at really expensive hats to keep the streetlight glare out of my eyes because my life depends on good vision too.
And the most constructive thing you've managed to post in this thread is dissent and personal attacks.

Ridiculous troll be ridiculous, I have no more time for you.
hmmm, who sniped who?

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Re: Holstering with a silencer

Post by doubloon » Wed Feb 26, 2014 2:14 pm

dtom29 wrote:...
hmmm, who sniped who?
OK, one more time then you go on ignore if it doesn't sink in.

If you go back and look at the posts you will clearly see my comment about how much I would spend on a holster was directed at no one in particular and it most definitely was not directed at you. Other than the reference to myself there were no pronouns or names included in my post at all ... the comment was directed at no one in particular and no, I'm not calling you no one.

Just because someone makes a post immediately after yours in a thread it doesn't mean it is directed at you personally. And, based on this apparent misguided interpretation of my post, you then made a personal attack on me to which I responded in kind. After that you escalated.

So, to recap' ... not only did you initiate the personal attack you also continued to escalate it and now you're trying to play the victim.

Your first post in the thread is some dissenting remark about price of goods suggested to OP.

I make a similar comment, not my first post, about preferring to spend the money on something other than the equipment linked in a post before your fist post.

You made a snide personal attack over my comment which really isn't all that dissimilar from your observation on the exorbitant price of the goods linked in a post someone else.
dtom29 wrote:Oh, you're one of those guys that spend $500-$1000 on a weapon to defend your life then stick it in a $25 dollar holster... :roll:
I respond to your personal attack with banter similar to yours.

You go all drama, spittle and phlegm about how I could die if I don't buy a high dollar holster.
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Re: Holstering with a silencer

Post by dtom29 » Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:31 pm

LoL...personal attack...Coming from the king of personal and snide, thats hilarious... Sorry doubloon you have a history of snide comments and personal attacks on this and other forums. It's your trademark. Now you want to cry foul...LOL. Poor Doubloon. BUT,BUT I might be put on your ignore list....OH no...Say it isn't so.

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Re: Holstering with a silencer

Post by doubloon » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:38 pm

I didn't cry foul, just stating the facts.

In this thread you picked and I responded in kind. What happened in other threads doesn't really apply to this conversation in this thread.
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