I am a professional nerd working at a professional nerd facility.
I am a functioning social human being.
I also play World of Warcraft.
Larry especially needs to read this, but I'd appreciate any comments from people who know real information about these -
I am looking at several pistols to buy one of in the 9x19 variety, and it has come down to four (or maybe 5) models. Price isn't the issue, since this is a long term purchase, so the tag is not what I care about.
Frontrunners are the Beretta 92FS or the 90Two.
Following are the Taurus 92 and the Glock 17 (19 is a possibility, but it is significantly smaller and I haven't held it, and since I have large hands that could be an annoyance).
What are the practical differences between these and which is most likely the best choice for target range and home defence? This probably won't be a CCW weapon, as I'll likey get a separate one for that if I decide to get a licence.
On a separate note, I'm also looking at the Remington 1100 TAC-2 or TAC-4 for similar purposes (as a possible addition to, not replacement for the pistol). I've shot a bunch through a Remington tactical before, but as it wasn't mine and it was several years ago, I don't remember which model it was. I liked it a lot though. Anyone have any experience with these or know of a better model?
One of these days I'll get an AR15 but I think two guns is a fine start.
So what first name do you give to a set of integer multiples of a frequency?
I noticed that my avatar is really dated. It was taken before we even got married, but mostly you can tell it's an old picture because I have HAIR...of any kind. I shaved the goatee (okay, that's not really saying much, it comes and goes with a fair bit of regularity), and I shaved my head. Well, Lindsay did. Or at least she started the trend. I keep my own head shaved these days. Its ubervenient. One of these days I might even post a picture for you scrubs.
Lindsay and I carved a pretty kitty.
I dressed as Napoleon Dynamite. Sweet!
I have no facial hair at the moment. I suppose that is a good thing.
Neither does my wife, which is also a good thing.
My cat lost her lower fangs (baby teeth) and her new ones are half in.
My computer is beefy, yet has a few issues with BSODs that have to do with manual memory timing. fixing it gradually.
My blog post is incredibly long compared to my usual fare, which I suppose is a good thing.
My height is also incredibly long compared to my waistline, which is also a good thing.
Im out of witty things to say.