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The term strips has various meanings:
A financial option composed of one call option and two put options with the same strike price
A treasury security acronym for Separate Trading of Registered Interest and Principal of Securities, which are the securities obtained when trading the coupons and principal of bonds separately
STRIPS, an artificial intelligence system for automated planning
FYI - still available as of Tuesday, 6/25/2019.
Smith & Wesson 642-2 .38 Spl. +P 1.875" revolver. Original owner, less than 300 rounds through it, don't remember exact count, hasn't been to the range in a while. It does have the internal lock, and I do have the key that comes with it, and the...
I'm a big revolver fan in that I like to shoot them and I think they are some of the best woods guns for me.
I've never carried one as an EDC though and when I had a GP100 for the woods I carried speed loaders.
The other thread about strips got me thinking what was the up and down side of both...
Almost new. Exactly 50 rounds through it. I have the original box and pouch it comes with too.
2 hks speed loaders with pouch
2 speed strips
20 rounds of defense ammo.
Selling because I want a p365.
Only trades I'm interested in,
P320 full size 9mm ( no other size or...
I'm trying to work out the best way to attach LED strips to the inside of my safe.
My current idea, is on the inside of the frame, facing the back to safe, so hidden, however that surface is the same "carpet" material as the rest of the safe, which won't take regular tape adhesive.
So, I've played a few over the years. The ones I've stuck with are the Speed Beez (for larger, holstered revolvers) and the Speed Strips (for a snubbie carried with CHL).
Any that have worked for you? Any that didn't?