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There are people who like to shoot for fun, Matt, and I'm one of them; however, it's no so cheap. I have a special discount and it costs me NIS 100 (currently $25) to shoot 50 rounds at the range. They know me there and their English is pretty good. When I walk in, they always say, "You here to shoo...
A revolver can be fully loaded but not cocked. Assault rifles are usually owned by guys who served in the military (and still do as a reservist) and serve as a volunteer guard for small towns. This basically means that they usually have their rifles on them and if need be, they'd use them. So they a...
This is not unusual. You're right that single arm dumbbell exercises will help bridge the gap. Dumbbell kickbacks are a great exercise and harder than one would think, requiring relatively low weight. You're right to start with the right and to limit the left to what the right has done. Eventually, ...
- Mon Sep 10, 2012 11:22 pm
- Forum: ExRx lounge
- Topic: learning Spanish and starting a new life in Spain
- Replies: 26
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As an American who moved to Israel 7 years ago, I have to agree with everything Jungledoc has said. There's also a tendency to view the local culture as inferior to your own. Watch out for that because objectively speaking, you may actually be correct (e.g. public nose-picking) but it's better to be...
I live in both the U.S. and Israel and own a gun in Israel. I looked into owning a gun in Pennsylvania but haven't gotten one yet for a variety of reasons. The varying rules in various states make for a very confusing situation in the U.S. In Israel, it's simple and there are very few gun problems. ...
- Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:31 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: lat pull bars - how much difference do they make?
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Lifting straps can help with maintaining a grip.