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2023.06.06 17:56 cwmcclung GF supports my 2A addiction but niave on a few things, any suggestions on how to best address this?

Basically my GF used to not be into guns at all, we started dating and I was open about my hobby I'm shooting and firearms. She has come along to shoot with me and I am proud to say mostly pro gun and fully supports my addiction. In fact I am helping her get her concealed carry license and pick out her first handgun!
However, she is still naive on a few areas for instance the other day she was asking me why we couldn't just do what the UK did with gun legislation I explained a few points but my lack of interest in the UK made it difficult for me to point to any tangible claims/evidence. Do yall have any suggestions on how to point out how the firearms regulations in the UK have failed?
For context I am a 2A absolutist, and she is more just like guns are fun.
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2023.06.06 17:02 Only_Imagination_787 Shoreacres Texas License to Carry Online Course

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 Getting your License to Carry Permit has never been easier in Shoreacres Texas. It is as easy as taking our online Texas CHL (LTC) course. It teaches those wishing to carry open or concealed firearms relevant Texas gun laws and firearms safety!
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2023.06.06 16:57 wavechaser Sig P365 XL Spectre Comp Grip Issues During Concealed Carry

I finally found a great IWB holster for my Spectre Comp (4 holsters later!), but now the issue I'm running into is the textured grip tearing up my skin like a cheese-grater.
While I absolutely LOVE the texture on the grip while holding the firearm (and shooting), it is really irritating on the skin when concealing IWB.
Does anyone have any ideas for something that can be done to make the grip less painful while carrying? Another person I spoke with mentioned "goon tape", but at first glance that just appears to be hockey tape.
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2023.06.06 16:48 hunter_g18 Best conceal carry holster for big guys

Hey guys I’m trying to get a comfortable holster for a P365X or XL. My fat usually rubs up against the sights or the slide which makes it uncomfortable throughout the day. What would y’all recommend?
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2023.06.06 16:48 hunter_g18 Best conceal carry holster for big guys

Hey guys I’m trying to get a comfortable holster for a P365X or XL. My fat usually rubs up against the sights or the slide which makes it uncomfortable throughout the day. What would y’all recommend?
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2023.06.06 16:28 paperchasin888 [WTS] Sig P320 + X300 Priority One holster; Staccato Tier 1 IWB holster

I have for sale this stuff that I no longer need. I accept discreet payments via PayPal friends/family, Zelle, or VenMo. Please call dibs and then send me a PM.
1- Priority One for Sig P320 w/ Surefire X300- used in great condition comes with safariland QLS fork- $60 shipped
2- Tier 1 IWB holster for Staccatos. Based on the length of the holster, appears to fit most Staccato/2011 models. This came with a different 2011 that I picked up recently but I won't be carrying my 2011. $60 shipped
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2023.06.06 16:23 SignificanceAny7951 Nervous to host a pride party

My wife and I have decided to host a little backyard pride party, and I’m nervous because of social anxiety. It’s just a little cookout. I didn’t used to be this way, but since Covid and since having my kids (7 and 4), at which point I became a SAHM I seem to have lost all my social skills. I went to a neighbor’s derby party last month and got through it by telling myself I could leave when it got to be too much. But hosting is intimidating and if anyone has any encouragement or tips I would love it.
Why do I want to host a party if I have these issues?
  1. we live in a red state, not Florida or Texas, but my state seems to look at those states as guides and recently passed a “don’t say gay” bill for the schools. Which you know, freaks me out a little when I have two young kids in public school and I don’t want them to feel like they can’t talk about their family. In November some radicals got elected to the school board and have pushed to remove gender identity from the list of protected items on the school’s anti-bullying policy. A crazy person got in at our public library and now all the lgbt books in the teens and children sections have been moved to the adult section. It’s a bad time and I feel very powerless. I have wonderful lesbian/nonbinary/queer friends who are teachers and parents and I know it’s so hard on them. My eldest daughter made friends with another girl at school with a lesbian mom and I want to have an excuse to invite them over. With all the scary possibilities I think I need time with my people. I need to put up rainbows in my yard and be like “we are also part of the community”. I want my neighbors to come too.
  2. The official pride events in my city are far ( I’m in the suburbs), parking is crazy, it conflicts with my kids’ sports schedule and are organized and dominated by gay men, and cater to a young crowd who have drink all day parties which was awesome and wonderful in my twenties but as a 39 year old with young kids who is also taking care of my sick dad…. It makes me feel tired just thinking about it. I remember one pride when I lived in that area doing Jell-O shots at 8am before going to the parade, dinking and lounging in the park while listening to the live music. My body just can’t do that anymore. Plus I am afraid of counter protesters with guns. I don’t think it’s a huge risk but it scares me. My state also recently got rid of permits to conceal carry. I’m afraid to go to the mall, let alone a pride parade. But I can have a small scale event at my house.
  3. I need to confront why I am so socially anxious. It’s gotten so bad in the last couple of years. It’s really different for me. It’s getting to the point where I dread leaving my house. I want WANT to host a party if that makes sense. I want my kids to see me demonstrate that our family is not shameful. I want to spend time with my friends.
I had my first daughter in 2015. It was such a hopeful time. I’m scared sometimes thinking I’ve brought these kids into a bad situation. Then I look at them and they are just so wonderful I can’t picture a world without them in it.
Anyway. If anyone took the time to read this, thank you. I think I just needed to put this out into the universe before I go back to planning this party. Wish me luck.
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2023.06.06 16:06 KinkyDaleks New to CC. How long did it take you to get used to carrying IWB?

New to concealed carry, and did a lot of research before finally deciding on a black arches protos M single for my carry gun (hellcat pro w/ optic). I’ve found the most comfortable position so far is about 2 due to my gut but I was curious how long it took most of you to get used to carrying? I feel like having the tactical gut attachment (5’11 and 240) makes it more difficult. If anyone’s got any recommendations (besides lose weight because I’m already working on it) I’m all ears.
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2023.06.06 16:04 ShieldCarrier2023 J-frame pocket carry without holster is best for EDC

Last night I had a realization that the J-frame is the best for EDC because you can just throw it into a pocket and run out of the house. Last night I had severe heartburn so I woke up at 12 am, threw my j-frame into my gym shorts, and drove to the nearest gas station to get pepto bismol. It didn't fall out of the shorts and it doesn't print as long as the pockets are big and deep enough. And no, there won't be a negligent discharge because the 12 pound trigger will simply not go off in the pocket as long as you don't keep anything else in the pocket. And the pocket itself acts as a holster, especially so with thicker fabric like jeans pants or cargos or chinos. People were carrying j-frames like this in jacket pockets without issues. There is a reason it's called "Glock leg", or more recently "P320 leg", and not "j-frame leg".
Compare this to a glock 19 or even p365, I would have to put on my rough pants, put on a sturdy belt, then possibly an undershirt, then a cover garment, then the rough kydex holster with the gun, then adjust everything, etc.... all for a 5 minute drive to a gas station at midnight.
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2023.06.06 15:48 OO7Zach Concealed Carry Class in Louisville Area

Looking to get my concealed carry license soon. Anybody have recommendations for an affordable and good-quality class in the Louisville area?
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2023.06.06 15:06 hellrocket [LFA] gunslinging Monk Yuan Ti

[LFA] gunslinging Monk Yuan Ti
My character Gwyndielle is a Yuan Ti Kensei Monk who’s adopted her temples Dnd version of gun Kata.
For her appearance, I was imagining a faint olive tinge to her skin and classic snake eyes as her clues that she’s not human. Black long hair, though with a few dreadlocks that look, but aren’t, like snakes -Medusa like. Fit and tall build to fit the intimidating aura expected though a bit young so not fully scary. A few scars around her body but not the face (other party member is the face scar guy)
For clothing I was picturing a mix of classic cowboy with just a few hints of monk. Sash for a belt under a 4 gun holster. Shirt reminiscent of a monk top, can show skin or not, depends on theme. The hat though should be similar to the classic flat top like rattlesnake jake from rango.
Below is just a bit of story to hopefully fill in the why’s.
She started as an outcast pure blood, who was thrown aside early in life. Thankfully that’s how she ventured west and found the WestCedar Monks. The aforementioned gunslingers. Who’s teachings revolve around a more classical western vibe but with a strong moral centering. Their biggest teaching being the power of the gun and the art of its use as an extension of one’s self.
This led to her learning a style of monk meets bounty hunter, both in ideals and tactics, which she claimed as her own when she began her pilgrimage. Taking a bounty Hunter job as her first outside contact since joining the temple years ago. A perfect fit to remain neutral in the worlds order yet find a place.
Guns in the campaign are still fairly rare, and it’s the critical role rules so she’s forced/expected to carry multiple guns in case they jam and she can’t fix it quickly. Her main source is likely to be a gunslinger crafting them.
As for the theme well, For a new one shot campaign my regular group finally got to invite a friend who rarely gets a chance to join. So we let him hsve full control over the theme a bit and otherwise let random chance flavor our characters. He’s a big reference and meme guy so that’s part of the story now. And a random generator filled in the basics.
So when I got a yuan ti Kinsei monk, and another player got lizard folk gunslinger we brainstormed and reached rango and rattlesnake jake. The twist is that it’s in the vibe of post movie exploration. So my monks fairly experienced in her art, while the fighter is more reserved and not so fighty.
Still a fond fan of the character anyways so I still would be fine with a humanized genderbend Jake as a starting point.
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2023.06.06 11:39 I_crave_Death63 Should I just give up on zorkiy?

I got Zorkiy a few days ago and my experience with it has been absolutely miserable.
Nothing I try in this ship works. I don't get any meaningful damage and by the time I do the match is already over and either hopelessly lost or carried by my Teammates.
Can't hunt DDs, can't farm Battleships that are 19km away, It's too sluggish to dodge high-velocity guns and its 50mm armor plating is nearly useless 80% of the time because I seem to only get Battlecruisers, German Cruisers and other Ships that ignore 50mm plating. I already tried different builds from concealment to Rudder or both but all of those don't work because it lacks the other (concealment, rudder or both) I am not saying its a bad ship, by no means, its incredibly strong but it doesn't work in the slightest for me.
I have better stats in my Khabarovsk (with no leg-mod). Given I only have 11 matches in the ship, but my other T11 Ships (Conde, Satsuma, Sekiryu) all have >65% winrate, while my Zorkiy is at 46%.
I already tried requesting a rollback/refund, but Support said they (unsurprisingly) can't do it in this case. I am honestly contemplating to just suck up the credit-loss and sell it.
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2023.06.06 11:19 kickfliplien Looking for advice / help

Looking for some videos or resources to look into that will help me understand the more technical rules of engagement while carrying a firearm. had a incident happen recently that has put carrying on the top of my list of needs. Unfortunately I can not conceal carry (age) but I am able to open carry in my state without any permitting. Any help or leads in the comments will help or just in general good knowledge!
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2023.06.06 10:47 Key-Project-2122 For Westchester adding a pistol the parts marked in red are those the only parts I need to fill out? Also what do I put for NYSID#? & I suppose it’s needed to be printed out double sided, and do they need 2 copies of this? & where it says transaction type do I mark both Acquired & add.

For Westchester adding a pistol the parts marked in red are those the only parts I need to fill out? Also what do I put for NYSID#? & I suppose it’s needed to be printed out double sided, and do they need 2 copies of this? & where it says transaction type do I mark both Acquired & add. submitted by Key-Project-2122 to NYguns [link] [comments]

2023.06.06 09:32 IAsandeep How to Read Your Horoscope: Unveiling the Secrets of Astrology

How to Read Your Horoscope: Unveiling the Secrets of Astrology
Are you interested in uncovering the mysteries that the stars hold for you? Delving into the realm of astrology and decoding your horoscope can offer valuable revelations about your personality, relationships, and life experiences. This article aims to assist you in comprehending your horoscope more effectively, whether you're a novice or looking to expand your astrological knowledge. Join us as we unravel the enigmatic world of astrology and grant you the equipment to decipher your personal horoscope.

What is a Horoscope?

A horoscope serves as a symbolic portrayal of the celestial bodies' positions and interconnections at the moment of an individual's birth. It acts as a cosmic blueprint that reveals information about an individual's character, life path, and potential. To comprehend your online horoscope accurately, it's essential to understand its various components.
Zodiac signs play a crucial role in astrology. They are twelve distinct archetypes representing different personality traits and characteristics. Aries, Taurus, Gemini, and so on each have unique qualities that influence individuals born under them. By identifying your zodiac sign, you gain insight into your core nature and behavioral tendencies.
The twelve houses in a horoscope represent different areas of life, such as careers, relationships, and health. Each house governs specific aspects of existence, and their interpretations provide valuable information about different aspects of your life.
Planets are also integral to astrology, as they symbolize various energies and influences. Each planet carries its own significance and affects different areas of life. By examining the positions of the planets in your horoscope, you can gain insights into their impact on your personality and life events.
Aspects refer to the geometric relationships between planets. They determine how planets interact with one another and influence the individual. The interpretation of aspects unveils the complexities of your horoscope and helps paint a detailed picture of your unique cosmic makeup.

Decoding Your Horoscope

With your horoscope in hand, the moment has come to unravel its enigmatic secrets. Understanding zodiac signs is the first step. Each sign has distinct personality traits and characteristics that influence your behavior and interactions with others. By comprehending your zodiac sign, you can accumulate precious insights into your strengths, weaknesses, and compatibility with different signs.
Analyzing the twelve houses in your horoscope is equally important. Each house represents different areas of life, such as career, family, and relationships. By examining the planets placed in each house and their aspects, you can decipher how they influence those aspects of your life. Understanding the interplay between the houses and planets reveals the complexities of your personality and life experiences.
Interpretation of planetary aspects provides further depth to your horoscope reading. Major aspects, such as conjunctions, oppositions, and tries, reveal the dynamics between planets and their impact on your personality and life events. By studying these aspects, you can gain a more nuanced understanding of how planetary energies manifest in your life.
Also Read: How Do You Read Your Horoscope? A Quick Summary

Why Horoscope Reading?

Have you ever wondered why horoscope reading has gained such popularity? What is it about astrology that captivates and entices people, compelling them to are searching for knowledge from the celestial realm? In this section, we will delve into the reasons behind the captivating allure and significant value that horoscope reading holds for numerous individuals.
1. Self-Reflection and Personal Growth
One of the primary motivations for humans to interact in horoscope analysis is self-reflection and non-public growth. By delving into the intricacies of their horoscope, humans can acquire an increased comprehension of themselves, their personality traits, and the patterns that form their lives. The horoscope acts as a mirror, reflecting their strengths, weaknesses, and potential areas for personal development.
As you delve into your horoscope, you might unveil concealed talents, uncharted passions, and facets of your personality that were previously unknown to you. This self-awareness empowers you to make conscious decisions and strive for personal development, ultimately paving the way for a more satisfying and genuine life journey.
2. Relationship and Compatibility Insights
Another fascinating aspect of horoscope reading is its ability to provide insights into relationships and compatibility. By examining the zodiac signs of individuals and comparing them, astrologers can determine the potential harmony or challenges that may arise in a relationship.
Horoscope readings offer guidance on understanding the dynamics between you and your partner, friends, or family members. They can help shed light on communication styles, emotional needs, and areas of compatibility or conflict. By embracing this knowledge, you can navigate relationships more effectively, fostering understanding, compassion, and harmony.
3. Decision-Making and Planning
Horoscope readings can be a valuable tool for decision-making and planning. By immersing yourself in the complexities of your horoscope, you collect treasured insights into the energies and influences that structure your life. This understanding can serve as a guiding light, enabling you to make educated preferences in a variety of aspects of your life, be they your career, relationships, or personal pursuits.
For instance, if you have a significant planetary transit in your horoscope, such as the movement of Jupiter or Saturn, you can anticipate potential opportunities or challenges that may arise during that period. Armed with this information, you can plan accordingly, making decisions that align with the cosmic energies and maximizing the potential for success.
4. Navigating Life's Challenges
Life is full of ups and downs, and horoscope readings can provide guidance and support during challenging times. Astrology recognizes that life is a journey of growth and transformation, and it acknowledges the cycles and patterns that we go through.
During difficult periods, horoscope readings offer perspectives on potential obstacles, lessons to be learned, and strategies for overcoming challenges. Astrology offers a comforting and reassuring presence, reminding us that challenging moments are temporary and that there are always opportunities for personal growth and resilience.
Horoscope reading can awaken a sense of awe and wonder, reminding us of our place in the vast cosmic web. It helps us recognize that we are interconnected with the celestial bodies and the rhythms of the universe. This attention has the potential to enrich our spirituality, domesticate gratitude, and imbue our lives with an experience of reason and meaning.

The Importance of a Horoscope

Within the realm of astrology, a horoscope holds great significance as it bestows valuable insights into our lives and the celestial influences that mold them. Join us as we delve into the reasons why a horoscope is deemed an indispensable instrument for self-discovery, personal development, and unraveling the enigmatic wonders of the universe.
1. Self-Understanding and Awareness
A horoscope acts as a personalized cosmic map, revealing the unique arrangement of planets and celestial bodies at the time of our birth. By studying our horoscope, we gain a deeper understanding of ourselves - our personality traits, strengths, weaknesses, and potential paths for growth.
The insights derived from a horoscope help us become more self-aware. We uncover our hidden talents, recognize patterns in our behavior, and gain clarity about our life's purpose. This self-understanding empowers us to make conscious choices aligned with our authentic selves, fostering personal growth and fulfillment.
2. Guidance in Decision-Making
Life presents us with countless choices and decisions, often leaving us uncertain about which path to take. A horoscope provides valuable guidance in decision-making. It reveals the energies and influences at play during specific periods, helping us make informed choices that resonate with the cosmic currents.
By consulting our horoscope, we can gain insights into potential opportunities, challenges, and favorable timing for important decisions. This knowledge allows us to align our actions with the cosmic flow, increasing the likelihood of positive outcomes and minimizing unnecessary obstacles.
3. Relationships and Compatibility
Human connections and relationships are fundamental aspects of our existence. A horoscope aids in understanding the dynamics of our relationships and compatibility with others. By comparing the zodiac signs and planetary positions of individuals, astrology provides insights into the potential harmony or conflicts in relationships.
Whether it's a romantic partnership, friendship, or family bond, studying the horoscope of the individuals involved can offer profound insights. We gain a deeper understanding of communication styles, emotional needs, and areas of compatibility or challenge. Acquiring this knowledge nurtures empathy, compassion, and the capacity to cultivate stronger, more harmonious connections.
4. Timing and Life Events
Astrology acknowledges that life unfolds in cycles, each with its unique energies and themes. A horoscope helps us navigate these cycles and understand the timing of significant life events. By examining planetary transits and progressions, we gain insights into the cosmic influences shaping our experiences.
Horoscopes can indicate periods of opportunity, growth, or challenges in various aspects of life, such as career, relationships, and personal development. Understanding these cycles enables us to make the most of favorable times, prepare for potential obstacles, and embrace the lessons and transformations that come our way.
5. Spiritual Connection and Cosmic Awareness
Beyond its practical applications, a horoscope connects us to the vastness of the universe and nurtures our spiritual awareness. It serves as a reminder that we are interconnected with something larger than ourselves, intricately intertwined inside the tapestry of cosmic energies.
Studying our horoscope can awaken a sense of awe, wonder, and reverence for the mysteries of the universe. It deepens our connection to the divine, fosters gratitude for the cosmic dance of creation, and ignites a thirst for spiritual exploration and growth.
Also Read: Explore Your Personal Astrological Profile with an Online Kundli!

How Do Horoscopes Work?

Horoscopes have interested humanity for centuries, supplying glimpses into the cosmic forces that structure our lives. But how do horoscopes actually work? How can celestial positions and planetary movements provide insights into our personalities, relationships, and life events? In this section, we will delve into the mechanics of horoscopes and the vital requirements that govern their operation.
1. The Birth Chart: Mapping the Celestial Landscape
At the coronary heart of horoscopes lies the start chart, generally referred to as the natal chart. This chart serves as a snapshot, showing the unique positions of celestial bodies such as the Sun, Moon, planets, and other key factors at the precise time and area of an individual's birth.
The birth chart serves as a personalized celestial map, reflecting the unique energies and cosmic influences that were present at the moment of our entry into the world. It consists of twelve houses, each representing different aspects of life, and the planets placed within those houses.
2. Zodiac Signs: Archetypes of Personality
The zodiac signs hold immense importance within horoscopes. These twelve signs represent distinct archetypes of personality and reflect different qualities and characteristics. Each sign has specific attributes associated with it, such as Aries being adventurous, Taurus being determined, or Gemini being curious and adaptable.
An individual's Sun sign, which is the most extensively diagnosed zodiac sign, is determined by the function of the Sun at the time of its birth. However, other planets and celestial bodies also reside in different signs within the birth chart, influencing various aspects of our lives.
3. Planetary Aspects: Cosmic Connections and Energies
Horoscopes analyze the relationships between planets, known as aspects, to gain deeper insights into our personalities and life events. Planetary aspects describe the geometric angles formed between planets and their positions in the birth chart.
Conjunctions occur when two planets are closely aligned, amplifying their combined energies. Oppositions arise when planets are opposite each other, representing tension and the need for balance. Trines and sextiles signify harmonious connections and opportunities for growth, while squares and quincunxes indicate challenges and lessons to be learned.
4. Transits: The Ever-Changing Cosmic Dance
Transits play a significant role in horoscope predictions. These involve the ongoing movement of planets in the present, as they form new alignments and angles with the positions of planets in the birth chart.
As planets continue their journey through the zodiac, they interact with the planets in our birth chart, creating dynamic influences on our lives. These transits can bring forth opportunities, challenges, and shifts in various areas, depending on the nature of the transiting planet and its relationship to our natal chart.
5. Interpretation and Synthesis: Unveiling the Insights
Astrologers interpret the birth chart, planetary aspects, and transits to create horoscope readings. They analyze the cosmic positions, energies, and relationships to provide insights into an individual's personality, life events, and potential future trends.
By synthesizing the information from the birth chart and considering the current planetary transits, astrologers offer guidance and predictions tailored to an individual's unique cosmic makeup. These interpretations can embody a huge variety of lifestyle aspects, such as relationships, careers, health, and personal growth.

How to Read an Astrology Chart

Reading an astrology chart may seem like a complex task, with its intricate symbols and mysterious planetary placements. Nevertheless, with a touch of guidance and comprehension, you can unlock the mysteries of this cosmic blueprint and attain profound revelations about your life. Below are step-by-step data on how to interpret an astrology chart and navigate its range of components.
1. Obtain the Birth Chart: To get started, you may require the delivery chart, additionally referred to as the natal chart, which outlines the positions of celestial bodies at the unique time and location of your birth. You can generate a birth chart using online resources or seek the assistance of an astrologer for a more detailed analysis.
2. Identify the Sun, Moon, and Rising Signs: The Sun, Moon, and Rising signs are essential components of the astrology chart. The Sun sign represents your core essence and individuality, while the Moon sign reflects your emotions and inner world. The Rising sign, also known as the Ascendant, represents your outward personality and how others perceive you.
3. Explore the Houses: The astrology chart consists of twelve houses, each representing different aspects of life. These houses reveal specific areas such as personality, career, relationships, and spirituality. Start by understanding the themes associated with each house and identify which planets reside in them.
4. Analyze Planetary Placements: The placement of planets in the astrology chart provides valuable insights into your personality, strengths, challenges, and potential life events. Examine the signs and houses where the planets are located. Each planet has its unique symbolism and influences different areas of life.
5. Consider Planetary Aspects: Planetary aspects describe the relationships between planets in the chart. Look for conjunctions, oppositions, trines, squares, and other angles between planets. These aspects reveal the dynamics between different areas of life and provide clues about your strengths, challenges, and potential opportunities.
6. Seek Guidance from Astrological Symbols: As you delve deeper into the astrology chart, you'll encounter various symbols representing aspects, angles, and celestial bodies. Familiarize yourself with these symbols to interpret the chart accurately. Astrology books, websites, or consultations with astrologers can provide valuable resources for understanding these symbols.
7. Synthesize and Interpret the Chart: Reading an astrology chart involves synthesizing all the information and interpreting its meaning. Consider the interactions between planets, the sign and house placements, and the overall themes that emerge. Reflect on the connections and patterns to gain insights into your personality traits, life events, and potential paths for growth.
By following these steps and engaging in ongoing study and exploration, you can develop the skills to read and interpret astrology charts effectively. Remember that astrology is a profound tool for self-discovery and personal growth, offering guidance and illuminating the mysteries of the cosmos.


In conclusion, embarking on the adventure of a personal horoscope reading is an exhilarating voyage of self-discovery. By delving into the intricate details of your horoscope, which encompasses zodiac signs, houses, planets, and aspects, you can unlock precious insights into your unique personality and life experiences. It is important to approach horoscopes with an open mind, recognizing them as a tool for self-reflection and personal growth. Engaging with your personal horoscope reading can be a transformative journey, guiding you toward a deeper understanding of yourself and the path ahead.
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2023.06.06 08:15 saltypeanut54 Tisas 1911A1 Service Special

I ordered a Tisas 1911A1 Service Special from Bud’s Guns. I have several other 1911s, from Springfield, Colt, and mil-surplus, and have build two on Caspian frames, and rebuilt several. I have gone completely through this pistol, and will be as objective as possible.
This is a full size 1911 with a 5 inch barrel. The pistol has a cerakote or similar finish. I wonder if it is applied electrostatically, as their are no brush or spray strokes. The finish is consistent throughout the pistol, and even the barrel and interior are finished with the same attention to detail. It is a fine looking pistol. The cosmetics are equal to any other maker’s finish, for this type of finish, which is a surface coating.
The radius of the slide top and ball cuts is perfect. I am sure that this is a CNC gun, milled from forging. There are no sharp edges on the end of the slide or frame, yet the bevel cuts are very discrete, almost non-discernible. The machining has a light “soft” appearance, which is very understated but makes the pistol more comfortable to hold.
The ejection port is slightly lower than GI and has a bevel. The ejector is slightly extended. I have not shot this pistol yet, but these should help ejection. The feed ramp is bare metal, and the barrel breach is beveled and sits back from the ramp an appropriate distance.
The sights are very similar to the form of sights on a Springfield Mil-Spec (Defender) or a Colt Series 80. They are solid black, without dots. They are sturdier and more pronounced than GI sights. This is what makes this model different from the GI pistol. They look very serviceable and durable. I do not plan to change them out.
The pistol has a rowel hammer, rather than a spur hammer. The rowel is higher on the hammer than a Colt Commander hammer, and the top of the grip safety is rounded down a little. This is so the rowel does not strike the grip safety spur when the slide recoils. The grip safety is not a “commander” hammer safety with the cutout, but resembles the GI grip safety This works, though I have never seen it before. I have no plans to change the hammer or grip safety.
The slide release is the standard 1911 slide release. I have replaced it with the Ed Brown slide release, simply because I like the flat shelf of the EB piece. The thumb safety is a standard Colt Series 70 style, a little beefier.There is over-travel downward on the thumb safety. No practical effect, but I will replace it with an Ed Brown “carry” extended safety.
The slide-frame fit has some horizontal and vertical play. I removed most of the verticals play by changing the bushing to a stainless one - a little tighter - from the parts box. (Helps in cleaning anyway.) The barrel hood has a tiny bit of vertical play. This is less than my Springfield GI clone, and less than one of my Colts. It is less than most entry level pistols, but there is some play in the frame-barrel slide fit. But very little, and the fit is much better than I have found on more expensive guns. There are no marks on the slide from rubbing against the dust cover, due to a slight bevel on the slide below the ball cuts. Some people feel that a less than tight fit is best on a 1911. All I know is that this amount of play will not effect practical accuracy.
The trigger is a short GI trigger. There is a bit of travel against the leaf spring, but the sear and trigger engagement is fairly crisp. I am guessing about 4 lb trigger. I may replace it with a Harrison Design mid-length trigger. That is what I have on my other 1911’s. But I want to shoot this for a while before changing the trigger.
The cycling springs are definitely full power. I am guessing about a 22 lb main spring and 16 on recoil spring. The thumb safety spring seems stiff enough, but the safety seems a mushy. I think it is the angle of the safety against the spring. I am replacing the thumb safety anyway, so not worried. The magazine release has a strong spring.
It has a flat mainspring housing. The sides sit a little proud of the frame and the grip safety, but that is normal for an entry level 1911 - it makes drop-in parts easier to use. I may file the edges to soften the feel. I put a checkered MSH in my friend’s service model and it was a perfect fit, flush with the sides of the frame.
The pistol accepts magazines other than those that came with the gun.
The grips are imitation GI grips of brown plastic. There is also a black set in the case. Both sets have fairly weak checkering - much less aggressive than the brown GI grips. They really should have done a better job on the grips. I replaced the grips with a set of $8.00 GI grips off of eBay which feel much better. Those are in the picture. The factory grips are not worth saving.
The fitting of the grip safety is poor. The frame is prouder than the grip safety when the grip safety is fully depressed. This was the case on my friend’s service model Tisas as well. I swapped my friend’s factory grip safety for a parkerized NOS GI Colt grip safety, which corrected the problem for his pistol. A GI safety did clear the rowel hammer, but did was below the edge of the frame cut when depressed, in this pistol. I VERY LIGHTLY filed the edge of the frame where the grip safety sits until the inside walls of the frame were below the level of the grip safety when fully depressed. I touched it up with cold blue, and I can live with it. A little holster wear and I won’t notice it. This defect is common on entry level guns. It bugs me, and I do not know why manufacturers do not correct it at the prototype level. Also, the gap between the grip safety and extension of the frame where is thumb safety sits is cosmetically unacceptable. Oh, and the grip safety rattles in the frame…. The short answer, they REALLY need to fix the fit of the grip safety to the frame to get 10/10. I think these errors are more than cosmetic, and should have been caught at the prototype phase. If it was a $1200 pistol I would send it back.
Summary. This a a fine pistol for $329.00. It would also be a fine pistol at $629.00. It has similar quality control as a Springfield Mil-Spec. I have not shot it. But there is nothing in the pistol that indicates that it will be less accurate than a comparable entry level Springfield. There are some things I will correct in the fitting of the thumb safety. The only major issue is that the grip safety is poorly fit to the frame in both samples of Tisas pistols, though this does not affect mechanical function. I really have no other complaints. I would recommend this model for a first 1911.
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2023.06.06 07:53 RepTheDee Hawaii conceal carry law

I’ve never posted here, and although I used to carry full time and am a combat vet- I physically possess no firearms right now (they have been in storage at my uncles in Michigan for a decade)
I live in Hawaii, but grew up in the City of Detroit. I went from that war zone, to Afghanistan.
A big part of living on Oahu was that I felt I didn’t need to be armed.
The Supreme Court ruled that states like Hawaii have to issue carry permits… but the locals here can get pretty unruly, and that combined with the overwhelming influx of military personal on this island makes for a volatile mix.
I have mixed feelings on this new law- but I gotta say I’m kinda relieved.
All that said- my uncle is sending my Mossberg 500, Rugger 10/22, and H&K USP compact this month.
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2023.06.06 06:34 SubstanceSilver4262 car living self protection

this is a genuine, i-am-so-serious question, because this is not a decision to take lightly.
background: i am a 21 year old woman, 5'1 and about 90 lbs. im not used to the vigilance im sure you need when you are homeless, ive always lived in a small town good area.
in a nutshell, pretty much anyone could fight me and win, and im oblivious. i do have a dog, she is as gentle and happy as a dog can be but she is a pitbull/mix meaning that she has a powerful bite and is instinctively protective of me. im training her currently to be a service animal, so obviously she's a very obedient dog. however, to animal control, self defense may not matter in the case of a homeless girls rescue pitbull.
with all of that said, in my state/area, it is fully legal for me to own and conceal carry a pistol. i know how to shoot, i know gun safety very well. my dad was a marine, so he knows what a gun can do, therefore, so do i. note that im a vegan softy white girl stereotype and killing someone would be a very very last resort.
trigger warning : not good mental health stuff you know what im talking about
the downside.i have a long history with mental health problems. i won't get into it, but im rawdogging schizophrenia and have been for a year i am NOT a paranoid schizophrenic
im functioning well for a person my age and exceptionally with my conditions. i do have a history of suicidal ideation, and at times suicidality. i have never attempted. all of these episodes were caused by medications (hence the rawdogging) i havent had a mood episode in over a year, two years excluding one medication induced. i have a purpose and reason to live, not gonna get into that but i know a lot more than i used to. plus im not dying before my dog, and shes a year old. i mean she was a stray so its not really new is it (sorry i need to make light of this. so... a gun?
or other good self defense options?
this could possibly be a real decision in my near future. and it is one i will not take lightly. i dont even think it should be legal for someone like me to own one.
thanks for sticking around, anything helps.
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2023.06.06 05:45 ElDub73 Looking for the best IWB Beretta PX4 compact holster. Recommendations appreciated.

Looking to carry more with the PX4 compact and I’m largely ignorant about holsters except what I’ve read online. Definitely want it IWB but not sure about back hip or forward. Any suggestions are welcome! Thanks.
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2023.06.06 05:44 Illustrious_You_8892 I happy that my brother got into an accident

My brother (23M) just got into a car accident and I (28F) am happy about it. Background info: my brother bought a 05 350 Nissan Z about two years ago. My parents and I warned him about it but he couldn't have cared less. He had to learn stick (or manual transmission), but he didn't care. Anything so he could drive his “dream car”. Before he bought this car, he had a problem with speeding. Already has gotten a ticket for doing 85mph in a 55mph zone. As a result of buying the sports car his speeding escalated! If you told him that you weren’t comfortable with the speed he was going, he would just brush it off like you were a wuss. So I avoided riding with him at all costs.
This weekend my brother went to go meet up with a girl he met online. I warned him that meeting with people you met online can be dangerous especially if you are driving 200 miles to meet them. He said he was bringing his concealed carry. I let it go. I always believe if he wants to learn the hardest way possible let him. I heard that he was coming back Monday. I went the whole day applying for jobs and doing interviews not really worried. Dinner came and in the middle of it, our mom got a call from my brother. He had totaled his sports car in a single-car crash. He had flipped it and the state troopers were worried that it might catch fire. I am happy, the sports car is gone and relieved that no one else was hurt. Maybe he will learn from this. He was taken to the hospital, in the town where he met with the girl. So parents are going to rescue him.
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2023.06.06 05:41 voyeur_Adventure Glock 27 question

I was thinking of purchasing a G27 as one of my conceal carry options as well as an anti bear pistol for backpacking(black and brown bears). My question is would a G23 completed upper fit on a G27. If it does I know that I would need an extended dust cover to cover the recoil spring. The slide length isn't my concern for concealing it is the grip length. This would be for a Gen 3 since I live in the free state of California.
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2023.06.06 04:51 Grandemestizo Tips for concealing a full size pistol OWB?

I’ve always carried appendix because it’s the only thing that conceals well for me, but I’m getting a little sick of dealing with the discomfort. It’s fine when I’m standing but unpleasant while sitting.
If I could get away with carrying 3 o’clock OWB that’d be lovely. Any recommendations? The pistol is a 1911 if it makes a difference.
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