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We supposed hackers carry, too. This one, who calls himself H@CK3R (“My other computer is your computer”), from Caguas, Puerto Rico, apparently does. He packs a SIG P938 when he’s doing whatever it is he does. We’ll just leave it right there.

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  1. As a fellow Puertorican, it’s safe to say he doesn’t live in PR anymore. There is no 2nd amendment as we know it in PR…

  2. I can see why the 2A does not reside in PR, because is a welfare common wealth and very corrupt.

    • Also obvious that he doesn’t live in Puerto Rico atm because Puerto Rico still does not have electricity.

  3. Well, H@CK3R seems like a pretty creative nickname…

    Is there such a thing as mainstream contrarian?

  4. “We’ll just live it right there.”

    Maybe that “live” should be “leave”?

    Proof reading…it’s what I do at wurk.

  5. hacking on a lenovo and claims to be in PR while carrying? I get the feeling the only thing this guy steals is other peoples pictures, much like this website and it’s copy/paste exaggerated facebook post ‘articles’.

  6. You will notice that holster does not cover the safety of the 938.
    The safety on my Sig 938 is a little sharp and digs into my side when I carry iwb.
    Not to mention that it is possible that it could be moved to “fire” by accident if it is not covered.
    My safety is a little stiff to operate, it it is possible to move it if it is not covered and is against your body.
    I always make sure any holster for the Sig 938 covers the safety switch.

  7. After a search I learned that Puerto Rico is a “may issue” jurisdiction.
    Ordinary citizens are apparently never issued a carry permit.
    Retired police, judges and prosecutors get them routinely.
    I am at a loss as to why retired police get to protect themselves but not for instance, doctors

  8. The 938 is a quality weapon. I’ve rented it a couple of times at my local range. My hands being large and fat (much like the rest of me), I find it more comfortable to fire with the crook of the first knuckle than the pad of my finger.

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