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This thread is only for super sweet operators who understand the intense dangers that face people like me. I am interested in hearing your stories and meeting other warriors, those who protect the sheeple and have mad skills in the martial arts or weapons usage. Wherever there is a Gap with AK toting shoplifters, I'll be there. :swat:

I figured since none of you will ever know who I am or where I work, it wouldn't hurt to post a picture of myself, just so you know that I am in fact a real person and a sweet operator.



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Got a new term for you; "Gear Queer". Welcome to the 21st century!

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Just because I like to have the best equipment possible when combating gangs and shoplifters doesn't make me queer. I bet you are just jealous of my awesomeness and the fact that I can, in fact, have this kind of equipment. I don't really expect you to understand, but being in the situations I am in daily requires that I be prepared to die each and every day. Being hit by RPGs as I pass by the food court is a real possibility. And besides, "a one time experiementation while in the military, does not make one a queer".
 

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Hope you have your iPod!





They've been known to stop bullets. ;)

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We have a name for guys like you in the “industry”: fecal-freaks. One time I had to do an dynamic entry on the ladies bathroom, because some freak had snuck in there and was trying to smear excrement on one of the lady patrons.

These kids want blood, and since they will have to go through me to shed any in my mall, I am constantly doging near misses and ricochets, I have taken to doubling up on my regular regimen on Body armor, as you probaly knwo.

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With the decay of society and the rotting away of the moral fiber of our country this world is getting more and more dangerous and down right mean. Do you think the cops can protect you.... WRONG, it’s People like GeneticsDave. He risks his life so you can go home to mommy at the end of the day and this is the respect you give him??? I’d call people like him “heroes”, but I’m sure most of you kids don’t understand the meaning of such a Distinguished word. So go play Rainbow Six and frag some “tangos”, and tell your mommy to bring you some milk and cookies. Meanwhile, my backside is one the line so you can go to the mall and pick up the latest copy of “Computer Gaming Monthly” without getting jumped in the mall bathroom. Stay safe GeneticsDave45! I got your back man!
 

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Yes, heroes indeed. And much of the thanks goes to the super high velocity tactical ammo these men use:


(If you get THIS, you truly get the Mall Ninja phenomenon)

Any update on that covert mission to capture OBL???
 

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I have taken to doubling up on my regular regimen on Body armor, as you probaly knwo.
Nice touch.
 

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Ya know those awesome golf carts & hidden MP-5's are fine for parking lots & main mall corridors. But at my mall we decided to get something that could maneuver through the clothes racks & stuff.

Meet the 75mm armed Vespa!
 

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Yeah, it's good to ahve small vehicles that can maneuver the interior of shopping centers. We haven't used any Vespa's but we do use this:



That's me on the right in my bomb-suit after disarming a 5 kilo-ton nuclear device in Abercrombie & Finch. We played the whole scenario out like there was a gas leak and evacuated the building - it barely made the news. This is the type of work that I do, and others like me. Thank you SPECOPmirage for your support, were it not for heroes like yourself, the malls of America would just be havens for criminals and gangs.



I'm pretty excited today, we just got our new rover in from the factory and it will replace our old cart. I just have to move my under-the-seat MP5 mount to this new one. The gattling gun will be a HUGE bonus. No more taking out gang members on a one-to-one basis - I want to see how many I can mow down at once! Well guys, I have to go bullet-proof the tires and add reactive armor to this thing, so I had better be off...
 

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I have been focusing on a nice do it all weapon, what do you think?
 

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I like it, I've been doing the same thing. I found that it was easier to just mount additional weapons on the rails - that way I get each major weapons platform in a way that makes them easy to assemble and disassemble. Check out my new setup:

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I like it, I've been doing the same thing. I found that it was easier to just mount additional weapons on the rails - that way I get each major weapons platform in a way that makes them easy to assemble and disassemble. Check out my new setup:

Gotta watch the Shotty... The local fuzz might consider it sawed off, and even after we have saved their backsides hundreds of times they might not like that
 

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Yeah, like I said earlier, after we saved the life/virginity of the Mayor's nephew, we were given special exemptions and are able to have just about anything we want. Of course, I have to leave it at work when I go home, but our authorization also goes way beyond the local leaders, what we do is a matter of national security (I can't tell you why), but let me say that we have hundreds of terrorist threats each week and as such have special authorization from agencies who won't be named to "do whatever is necessary". I would love to tell you about our special interrogation room in the basement, but I don't think it's really relevant to what we are discussing...

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Oh, and for anyone who's interested, my second in command made a few videos to help all you guys understand the REAL way to handle firearms and weapons. He's a weapons MASTER and can teach you a lot if you are WILLING to learn. I know this is a family-friendly board, so please don't view the videos unless you can handle some language - he's got a potty-mouth. If you can, check out my fellow warrior, the ultimate Elite Team Fighter.

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Ah yes, we have been discussing the sheer genius of this operator for a while now over at the Saiga forum.

He is my idol! I can only wish to achieve his level of elitism someday. :ROFL:
 

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I have been focusing on a nice do it all weapon, what do you think?
Just do us all a favor and NEVER move the selector off of "Safe"! :ROFL:

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Genetics Dave, I can't tell you how good it is to find another operator out there. Your knowledge is obviously immense. I had a quick question for you about my armour:

Last year I made the decision to trust my life on the street to Second Chance body armor. I got the level IIa because it stops the most rounds. plus I got the Trauma Plate for the front. What scares me is that, although I can fit an extra trauma plate in the front, I cannot fit a second one in back. As of late I have taken to duct-taping a second trauma plate to the area of my back where the heart and vital organs are located. Then I put my vest on.

Here is the questions. The ducttape solution, although tactically sound, is hot and painful to remove. I would like to go to the single-plate solution in back. What I am worried about is repeated hits to that area with .308 ammunition. I have a high-risk security job and I fear that I would be the target for repeated long-distance shots to my back. Are any of you aware of a thicker plate that could stop, say, .338 Lapua or something like that? Is there a better way to do the second plate?

BTW, I am, of course, usually carrying a pair of ceramic plates in my briefcase so that I can shield my head. My SO (we work as a team when necessary) has a similar accessory containing a breakdown NEF single-shot 300 WinMag with an 18" bbl. The plan is that I shield us with my body and “catch the rounds” while she assembles the NEF. I lay down covering fire with my 23 (Bar-Sto .357 Sig barrel) and she makes the long shots. I will then throw smoke grenades to obscure the area while continuing to lay covering fire. The problem, of course, is when I have to turn my back to run, and then the problem crops up.

Thanks!
 
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