by Modern Adversary

Target dictates the weapon, and the weapon dictates the movement.
— "Mack" Machowicz - Unleash the Warrior Within

Final Choices by Modern Adversary

Anywhere I can make a buying choice that I, with proper care and maintenance, will never have to make again for the rest of my life, I do. In those cases, I’m willing to pay far more for an item if I know it will last a lifetime and, even more importantly to me, I will never have to spend the mental energy making a choice again.
— Patrick Rhone - Final Choices

by Modern Adversary

Trust comes, in part, from simplicity. When something is simple, it’s possible to understand it in fullness. When you understand a thing, you can trust it.

Only use quality gear, and get quality things, as much as possible.

by Modern Adversary

Conflict can be seen as time-competitive observation-orientation-decision-action cycles. Each party to a conflict begins by observing. He observes himself, his physical surroundings and his enemy. On the basis of his observation, he orients, that is to say, he makes a mental image or “snapshot” of his situation. On the basis of this orientation, he makes a decision. He puts the decision into effect, i.e., he acts. Then, because he assumes his action has changed the situation, he observes again, and starts the process anew.
— William S Lind, Maneuver Warfare Handbook