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Old 04-24-2012, 11:02 PM   #11
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One of the biggest things for me is the names they give their products. An entire line named Tactical Operator, Pro Series Government/ Elite, Entry Tactical, Elite Car, and Tactical Car. I doubt I'm the only one that finds that slightly amusing when companies that produce ARs that end up in the hands of men in harms way don't do such things. Just an observation.
"Quiet professional" comes to mind...

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One of the biggest things for me is the names they give their products. An entire line named Tactical Operator, Pro Series Government/ Elite, Entry Tactical, Elite Car, and Tactical Car. I doubt I'm the only one that finds that slightly amusing when companies that produce ARs that end up in the hands of men in harms way don't do such things. Just an observation.
I don't get it....you mean my XTC SPECIAL OPS SOCOM TACTICAL SPR CIA MARK VII has never been used by operators? O.o
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Lol or the super deluxe tactical secret squirrel one shot one kill counter sniper entry dea black belt.

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Good to know the DEA agents and LEOs I know carrying Rock Rivers are not in harms way!

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Good to know the DEA agents and LEOs I know carrying Rock Rivers are not in harms way!
Not saying they are not but ask them how many times they have had to discharge a firearm outside of yearly quals. I'm a admin. justice major w/ family on various state and local LE departments. A good majority of LEOs don't use there firearms outside of quals let alone their long guns. Most officers are not firearm enthusiasts either and the suites sitting behind a desk pinching pennies are clueless.
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The ones I know are shooters and chose Rock River. They may not have to fire them in the line of duty, but trust them if they did. Their recommendations were enough for me regardless of the name in the catalog.

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Sounds great.

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Its what happens when you let a marketing department loose...they know the keywords, just not what they mean

Xtreme this...TURBO that

or Xtreme Tactical TurboNuclear Operator

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Its what happens when you let a marketing department loose...they know the keywords, just not what they mean

Xtreme this...TURBO that
You mean like 'semi-automatic assault weapon'?
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You mean like 'semi-automatic assault weapon'?
That's more the media and they like to drop the semi part off of the name. They do the same w/ handguns. I cringe every time the news says a man w/ an automatic handgun just robbed or shot or whatever had happened.
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