I'll start with the obvious: I have a week off of work and am starved for entertainment because I ran out of reloading components. With that said, I was having a conversation with someone a few days ago about the use of the word "Tactical". It is to firearms as Extreme is to snowboarding and Hippie is to Portland. Tactical is both a source of mockery (as in, "your SKS with Tapco stock is totally tactical") as well as a source of complement (as in, "the way you convinced your wife you've always had that S&W 686 in the back of your safe was pulled off with Tactical precision"). The last company I worked for even used "Tactical Implementation Plans" for tracking status of engineering projects. Point here is, how do you define the word Tactical? Is it something you work into daily life? Or do you reserve the term strictly for making fun of Gecko45? I contest that inside every good mall ninja, we're all tactical in our own minds. (and if you're not a Mall Ninja, be honest with yourself; ..you're at lease a Ronin of the Emporium). Cheers.