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Old 22-05-2012, 19:29   #31
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Handheld non pistol flares are convenient in the classroom but not in 12 foot seas and 25 knot winds. Anything requiring two hands to launch is a risk not worth taking when there are other alternatives. In small sailboats especially .
Funny that mine released with no problems.
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Old 23-05-2012, 05:09   #32
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Funny that mine released with no problems.
kind of like pissing off the back of a moving sailboat. most times no problem. but when it is a problem, it can be lethal. as kids we use to carry blasting caps in our pant pockets. real dumb move, but we did not get blown up. or the time we fed a black bear a tootsie roll. kids expect things to always work, since they always had. adults know better.
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Old 23-05-2012, 05:32   #33
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Ladies and gentlemen:

This thread is about crime in the Bahamas and their government's increased efforts to police same. It is NOT a thread to air your personal opinion about firearms.
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This thread is about crime in the Bahamas and their government's increased efforts to police same. It is NOT a thread to air your personal opinion about firearms.
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Re: Crime in the Bahamas

Yep...Everytime the word "gun" is mentioned...it goes to a gun thread.
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best deterrent to theft is prevention. and vigilance. be safe. we sail in pair a dice, not utopia..big difference.
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This thread is about crime in the Bahamas and their government's increased efforts to police same. It is NOT a thread to air your personal opinion about firearms.
thought we were discussing flares. never liked the bahamas anyhow. st. kitts is mo betta.
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