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Old 03-05-2013, 05:02 PM   #61
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I feel like I should make up some super awesome cool storey as to how I got my user name after reading some of these. I pretty much just cheaper out on the thinking aspect of things because when ever I get a cool name in mind it's taken, so I went with the last five letters of my first name.

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Old 03-05-2013, 05:36 PM   #62
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Aikijutsu. One of 4 oriental martial arts I was involved in until I became too old and brittle, and had a couple of strokes. Aikijutsu is an old, true fighting art, rather than a sport. Aiki relates to mental anticipation of what the BG is about to do based upon his eyes, body posture, etc, and a certain amount of manipulating, or "suckering" him/her/it into moving in such a way as to give you the advantage. The full name was Aiki-jujutsu. The ju-jutsu part is the actual physical techniques, including throwing, joint-locking/twisting, choking, restraining, punching, kicking, and striking. Works great at close quarters. Not much help against a guy with a full-auto gun 30 feet away...

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Old 03-05-2013, 05:53 PM   #63
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Federally assigned ID for another of my hobbies.

Suppose it could also have been FlySnapper, OfficeAntiques, TractorFlat, ElectroFizz, or even WashingtonWoodworker.... who knows.
I coulda picked a tough guy name like .. ChickenRanger... or I don't know. I usually can remember my name and call sign. but not much more.

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Well I changed mine...if you can't tell I like long guns

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Mine is my 1911 brand and caliber and where im from

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Don't mean a thing.
Had to have a screen name.
Saw this on a box.
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