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  1. Mar 1, 2019 #1

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    Good morning, folks! It's time for another installment of Ask BEK where you get to ask me anything your heart desires. Nothing is off limits so...
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    College football or NFL?

    Bourbon or Scotch?

    .45 ACP or 9mm Luger?

    To get things started.
     
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    College Football (Go Blue!)
    Maker's Mark Bourbon
    .45 ACP (I don't like the 9mm Luger)

    Thanks for your questions!
     
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    I prefer NFL but both can be a lot of fun. I think if you’re able to attend games the game day environment at a college game is better than NFL, but I like the NFL overall a lot more.

    I agree with MM bourbon. I like a lot of small batch stuff but Maker’s is my choice for a more mass produced drink.

    As for calibers, I like ‘em both. I have the same make and model chambered in both and they’re both a lot of fun to shoot!
     
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    My go to is an old S&W 38 that I bought from a law enforcement officer.
     
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    NFL 1st Big ten for college ball.
    Bourbon also regular go to is Knob creek.
    40 cal. Just right compromise big enough for knockdown.
    Light enough for CC.
     
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    I'm going to have to try Knob Creek. My usual drink is Crown Royal or Forty Creek.

    Football sucks even though I live in a CFL city (Hamilton Tiger Cats) and as for guns .... not going there.
     
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    Haha the .40, while a very popular caliber, has never made much sense to me. Not nearly as good as the .45 and not better than the 9mm by a wife enough margin to justify the additional price in ammo! But like I said, it’s popular and obviously has its niche. ESP for Glock lovers.
     
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    If you like crown who doesn’t ,you might want to try the Knob creek smoked maple
     
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    Thanks for the tip. I'll certainly try it if the LCBO carries it.
     
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    Oh hell yeah! Go Blue!!!
     
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    Oh wise one BEK, I have some questions for you!

    Recently I had coffee with a possible admirer. The conversation was easy and went way past the time usually spent having a cup of coffee. There was one chaste hug then goodbyes. Communication came again a few days later. Then nothing. What would you suggest the next move should be?

    How do I keep mechanics and auto dealerships from trying to fleece me because I am female?

    What is your favorite brand of gummy bears?
     
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    DragonFly, your admirer may be a somewhat shy person and is using your desire for communication as a gauge of your interest. I would suggest that you call, text, or send a pigeon to him/her and let them make the next move. Sometimes we admirers need an extra bit of validation before we are confident of the course we should follow.

    Keeping mechanics and car dealers honest is simple and can be dealt with in one of three ways:
    1. If you have a mechanic friend take them with you and keep them with you throughout negotiations.
    2. Educate yourself about the services you are wanting and "know before you go".
    3. For auto repairs, if you can find a mechanic you can trust that will allow you to purchase the parts and just charge you for labor.
    My favorite gummy bears![​IMG]
     
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    Thank you for your answers oh wise one1!!!
     
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    The .40 caliber became popular after the shootout in Miami between the FBI and two bank robbers in 1986. Revolvers in .38 and .357 against a Mini 14 was a fatal scenario. After that , the FBI embraced the .40 because of the prtabilty, the punch and the ease of reload.
     
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    That has more to do with the action than the caliber though. Any SA is going to have a pronounced advantage over a revolver. From rate of fire to capacity.

    In terms of the .40 and its merits, I don’t deny the popularity. Sort of the same way I don’t deny the popularity of Glocks. People like it for a reason. I simply have no use for it. If I want stopping power I’ll take the .45 over the .40 every day of the week and twice on Sunday’s. And since .40 is often more pricey than 9mm and with ballistic performance that doesn’t justify the additional cost it’s a less efficient round for me to own and operate.

    One man’s opinion. But as much as I have no use for it I can’t deny its popularity and have no interest in trying to convince others to see it my way!
     
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    Okay What’s up here!!!! Fat Sexuality board has taught me more about the caliber of hand guns than I ever needed to know! P
     
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    The beauty of a conversation that naturally meanders ;)
     
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    First off.... ROLL TIDE ROLL

    Secondly.... I've been looking at the S&W .38 sp Apache. I think it'll be a great gun to use as a concealed weapon and it'll fit in my purse. One thing I don't get is the internal lock. My friend is part of the S&W club and says internal locks suck while the guys at the gun shop really don't have an opinion either way.

    In layman terms, what is an internal lock and should it dissuade me from buying that firearm?

    Also, I love .45 for their stopping power. Do you have any opinion about the Ruger .45? I love Ruger because all the ones I have shot the action has been smooth as butter.
     

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