Burglars or worse will be able to determine when you are at home or away from home.
Law enforcement are usually (always?) exempted from civilian firearm restrictions. New Jersey's current smart-gun law exempts law enforcement.
Practice in forming and maintaining the proper habits like *not* placing ones finger on the trigger before being ready to shoot is required in addition to training.
Glocks do not quite fit into the single action or double action categories. During the slide operation cycle, the striker is cocked about half way which presumably leaves it with insufficient energy to fire the primer. Pulling the trigger cocks the striker the rest of the way before releasing it.
Double action pistols generally have the same kind of trigger pull as a revolver.
There are no accidental trigger pulls. There are only negligent trigger pulls.
Do not put your finger on the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
All of my holsters cover the trigger guard.
*I* am the safety on the firearm I am holding.
For the sake of argument in this case I will stipulate the above.
Now how many self defense incidents in a home involving a firearm did not result in anybody being shot? None? Zero? You mean self defense using a firearm without anybody being shot does not happen? Your selected statistics completely miss the point.
If only 13 shootings out of 626 were legally justified, then where are the arrest records for incidents where nobody was shot?
What would their conclusion be if self defense with a firearm in general was taken into account?
Just as long as Jar Jar does not give away the home world.
Just imagine what they could do if they controlled the prosecution, defense, and judge of a trial.
If you have an amateur radio license, then you could modify commercial part 15 equipment to operate under part 97 rules. In the past, many radio control hobbyist earned their licenses and operated under part 97 for improved reliability.
Not all of the CPU cards for the Apple ][ had on board memory. The popular Z80 Softcard used the motherboard memory which made it slower than other Z80 expansion cards.
The native IPv6 over IPv4 tunneling (protocol 41) is neither TCP nor UDP so most NAT implementations just ignore it which drops it. Some routers can permanently forward protocol 41 to a single private address (maybe through a DMZ setting) but that is only a solution if you already have a routable IPv4 address. In theory a NAT implementation could forward multiple protocol 41 connections automatically by tracking the source and destination IP4 addresses but I know of none that do and an end user would hardly need this.
Some ISPs (at least AT&T U-Verse does this to me but Earthlink provisioned through Covad did not) drop protocol 41 unless it is going to a 6to4 relay (I assume their local 6to4 relay) so you can not use third party hosts for 6in4. This blocks SIXXS unless you tunnel using UDP instead of protocol 41.
The calculators could not talk to each other (without a blatantly obvious cable).
Maybe the TI ones could not. The HP-48 and similar sure could until HP lowered the sensitivity of the IR receiver and that was easy to restore.
I just print out what I need on an 11x17 inkjet, mark it up, and store it in a 3 ring binder.
My big desktop monitors, which work like crap in portrait orientation because of viewing angle problems, are not sufficient for most of the PDF files I deal with so no portable device is going to hack it. Even if I did find a tablet that could handle it, how am I going to view more than one page at a time?
It will not matter in all but a very few specially designed buildings but the difference sure shows up in a pressurized aircraft. Either of my sensor equipped GPS units will show a GPS elevation of say 28,000 feet and a barometric elevation of 5 to 6 thousand feet when cruising.