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    • Glock 43X and Glock 48 Review
      Glock 43X and Glock 48 Review
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      In part one of our three part series on the Slimline Glocks, Nigel Hulleman compared the Glock 43X and Glock 48, and the result was not what he expected.

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    • Eemann Ultimate Trigger Review
      Eemann Ultimate Trigger Review
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      Vindicated. That's how I felt when Eemann followed up their flat SA/DA trigger with a curved version ... and called it the Ultimate trigger.

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    • Handgun zero distance
      Handgun zero distance
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      Whenever I think about ballistics at handgun distances - usually when helping people with sight calculations - I think in terms of straight lines. Not because I don't understand the math, but because making the right simplifications can help us see the forest for the trees.

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    • Vortex Venom vs Viper
      Vortex Venom vs Viper
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      You may find it suprising that we sell three comparable Vortex Venoms for every Viper. I found it suprising that it wasn't more - The Venom is after all more of an all-rounder than the Viper. But our review shows that there is a good reason for the Viper's existence.

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    • First Impressions - Ghost Hydra
      First Impressions - Ghost Hydra
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      Ghost International launched its new Hydra competition holster in May and, three weeks later, I had mine completely stripped on my workbench. I didn't plan to strip it, I just wondered about this. Then that. Then it was all nuts-and-bolts.

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    • The Eleventh Law of Systems Thinking
      The Eleventh Law of Systems Thinking
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      The undecided majority is tired of the blame game. They want to know how we are helping to make the system better.

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    • The Ninth Law of Systems Thinking
      The Ninth Law of Systems Thinking
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      Some countries have relaxed gun laws and little violent crime. Other countries banned guns and are left at the mercy of cartels.

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    • The Sixth Law of Systems Thinking
      The Sixth Law of Systems Thinking
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      Until the police have taken some basic steps to improve the current licensing process, there is no saying that it cannot work. And until we tried to make it work, there is no sense in pushing for riskier alternatives.

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    • The Seventh Law of Systems Thinking
      The Seventh Law of Systems Thinking
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      It is important to focus on long-term goals, but critical to navigate the correct route there. Slow feedback loops can cause us to follow a twisty road in generally the right direction, or to go on a tangent and never reaches the destination.

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    • The Third Law of Systems Thinking
      The Third Law of Systems Thinking
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      We saw firearm application processing times see-sawing significantly over the past two decades.This is typical of interventions that don't address the core issues: behaviour grows better before the system starts pushing back, and it grows worse.

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    • The Eight Law of Systems Thinking
      The Eight Law of Systems Thinking
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      We are getting to the core of the Systems argument here: Small, well-focused actions can sometimes produce significant, enduring improvements if they’re in the right place.   Systems thinkers refer to this principle as leverage.

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    • The Tenth Law of Systems Thinking
      The Tenth Law of Systems Thinking
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      Before we move on to discussing levels and flows, let's pause to consider how we should measure... anything.

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