NWFA Glossary Now Live

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  1. Joe Link

    Joe Link
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    Lately I've been receiving PM's asking about the meaning of various terms, so I've been working on the NWFA Glossary. It's live now, but it's very small. I'd like everyone to take a look at it and suggest terms you think should be in there. Eventually I'll go back and explain and/or elaborate on many of the terms, but right now I just want to build the list.

    It can be found by clicking "NWFA Resources" up top, then "Glossary of Terms", or by clicking here http://www.northwestfirearms.com/forum/glossary.php
     
  2. wayoutwest

    wayoutwest
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    Looks very good, covers the daily basics
     
  3. s_ribs

    s_ribs
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    Nice job! Perhaps a quick link on the main forum page so people know it's there? Once this thread gets past page 1, or if people never look in here they may miss it.
     
  4. Sage

    Sage
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    Looks good i found a few that were not on the list that i see alot
    SPF
    BUMP
    BTT
     
  5. MarkSBG

    MarkSBG
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    great list. How about adding:

    btt
    LEO
    DAO
    SAO
    SBS
    CHL
    fwiw - for what its worth
    LNIB
    EBR - evil black rifle
    AWOL
    ACP
    GAP
    LR
    7.62X39
    1911
    RUM
    ga
    GSG
    Rem
    G = glock
    Sig
    HK
    Bushy
    cal = caliber
    FNH
    SA = springfield armory
    ARPC= albany rifle and pistol club
    mag = magazine or magnum
    TLA = three letter acronym
    NATO
    FTF
    MDL = model
    ss = stainless steel
    mm =millimeter
    cqc = close quarters combat
    CCW
    FFL
    fyi = for your information
    FMJ
    JHP
    HP
    BLM
    +P
    +P+

    I guess I went a little nuts with the TLAs, huh?
     
  6. Joe Link

    Joe Link
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    Once it's more complete I'll do that Seth.

    Thanks for those suggestions guys, put most of them in there ;)
     
  7. OFADAN

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    SO = Sheriff's Office
    LEO = Law Enforcement Officer
    OFA = ??? :)

    Yhm = I dunno...seen in on a post tonight and afraid to ask!
     
  8. MarkSBG

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    LEO is on there.

    YHM = you have mail
     
  9. OFADAN

    OFADAN
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    LEO...I see that now. Thanks! YHM "You have mail" or "Yankee Hill Machine" I guess it despends upon the context.
     
  10. MarkSBG

    MarkSBG
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    Yeah, Ive heard Yankee also.

    We shouldn't include OFA cause everyone already knows that one!
     
  11. coctailer

    coctailer
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    In case a member wanders into the survival forum:

    BOB-Bug out bag
    GHB-Get home bag
    BOV-Bug out Vehicle
    BOL-Bug out location
    MRE-Meal Ready to Eat
     

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