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Old 12-12-2008, 09:13 PM   #11
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...I get know now points for this, right?
Yes - +10 Know Now points for Jay. So let it be written, so let it be done. I also owe you one answer to any further firearms or MMA related question.

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Old 12-12-2008, 09:24 PM   #12
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You're welcome. Hey, that's the smartest I've been all day.

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I work in a hospital.

Without the proper removal tool, you would not be on your wife's Christmas list. Trust me, without that tool, removal is not nice.
So true, but then, if I'm buying a staple gun, it follows (or should follow) that the removal tool is in the bag too.

What do you do at the hospital?
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I worked on the rehab unit in the VA hospital for 5 years until my service-connected knees crapped out. Now I'm in health information management.

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I worked on the rehab unit in the VA hospital for 5 years until my service-connected knees crapped out. Now I'm in health information management.
I've taken a gander at your arsenal. I'm sticking you in the bag too
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Careful... do not fold, spindle, or mutilate old people. Besides, you know what they say about old men.......

I'm kinda partial to most of those. Not all the good stuff is on there. I'm taking a truck load out to the range tomorrow..... then come home and clean for two days, and reload for four more.... keeps me off the street.
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Well, that begs the question as to whether or not a civilian can purchase said staple puller-outer tool thingy???

I simply must know now....

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I bought mine from either the sportsman's guide or cheaper than dirt and it came with a remover.
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Well I once sewed up my right hand and arm after a bit of an accident over there (couldn't afford the trip to the emergancy room for a second time). Half a bottle of gin later I got it done, wasn't pretty in fact looked like a patchwork quilt, but stress it hurt......my advice...get one............

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I'm going to stick with my original thoughts and say there are more important things to put in a BOB.

Unless you have local anesthetic, it will be quite painful to put on. If you don't have a sterile environment, you're going to have to pre-emptively treat for infections...

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I'm going to stick with my original thoughts and say there are more important things to put in a BOB.

Unless you have local anesthetic, it will be quite painful to put on. If you don't have a sterile environment, you're going to have to pre-emptively treat for infections...
The funny thing about infections is they get worse if you DON'T close the wound.

I shall inform my wife that you are solidly in her court.
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