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About Pain103

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  • Birthday 07/01/1982

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  1. Sumner County side of Goodlettsville. I have no complaints.
  2. testing
  3. My interactions at Lowe's have been negative the past few years but have been good at Home Depot. I like talking with the older guys working there and usually give me good ideas or take me right to what I'm looking for even if it isn't in their section. I made the mistake of stopping by the Lowe's on Dickerson Pk one day and needed to rent an auger and they were clueless one even tried to charge me extra for the blade until I called her out.
  4. I wonder sometimes if it could be a partial match that causes the failures. I know I've ran people for warrants through NCIC and will get a hit from a partial match something like DOB match, alias matches this person's real name, or some other stupid stuff and you have to read through like two pages of crap because a date of birth matched the wanted person is who named something crazy when the person stopped is named Tom Smith.
  5. Must be an issue on the seal of the doors or the rear hatch. We have several of them haven't heard any complaints about exhaust fumes just the electronic shifting likes to brain fart during hard stop and go while running emergency.
  6. Have responded to a call once about a person on the bus with a gun. They will just kick you off the bus if it is seen. Nothing I know of by law prohibits you from carrying with your permit but I'm not a law guru or a lawyer.
  7. I've gotten one daily the past three days or so.
  8. If you have 10 years of qualified law enforcement under the terms of LEOSA, doesn't mandate retired you should qualify under that law to carry once you qualify. But if you haven't been TN POST certified or completed the academy in the past five years you won't be exempt from the class/range for the HCP.
  9. I have enough fun with burst. If mine had the evil "A" word on it I couldn't afford ammo.
  10. I've been looking for a single kydex magazine holder for a Glock 22 mag that will fit on my duty belt (2.25") any recommendations or anybody on board here that might be able to make one?
  11. They are called applicant fingerprint cards. I some departments that have them but don't give them out for free. They typically offer the fingerprinting say like $2.00. Some agencies require you to bring your own. You can order them online a quick search found a place for a pack of 50 cards was $20. I'm sure you could find cheaper.
  12. Class C misdemeanor is a traffic ticket. It has already changed to a A misdemeanor for at fault injury crash. It wont change much just as many people driving without insurance as before. When they changed the law to say we could tow a vehicle driven by someone without insurance admin said dont do it.
  13. I finally bought one and now just waiting until next week to hit the range and sight it in on my patrol rifle.
  14. I see it all the time. Call the clerks office for what they want as proof.

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