My office table right now. Spent some time last night adding and removing parts. While I’m not a certified Glock Armorer, I’ve assembled a number of Glocks. They’re quite easy to get the hang of. Very few parts. The tricky part is when you start getting into spring weights. How do you guys modify your Glocks?
How can I tell if I'm ISFJ or INFJ, are there any surefire ways to tell? Is it possible to fall in between?
ISFJ vs. INFJ: How to Tell Them Apart
and INFJs appear very outwardly similar, so I can see how you’d have trouble
typing yourself between them.
both introverted, needing time away from others to focus on internally
processing their perceptions of the world around them.
both people oriented, making decisions primarily based on group-oriented values
(how does this affect others?).
also use personal logic (what makes sense to me?) and often apply that logic to
their understanding of people.
What differentiates them is the source of the information they’re most
comfortable using to make conclusions.
ISFJs are more likely to trust what’s known, tangible, and proven (Si), while
INFJs trust what’s “just known”, intuitive, and hidden between the lines (Ni).
Function: Si vs. Ni
ISFJs primarily look to the tangible world to determine what they know. This
means personal experience, bodily sensation, what’s worked in the past, data,
and proof. They ground themselves in concrete understanding. They have great
attention to detail. They can quickly point to the evidence for most of their
conclusions. They synthesize what’s concrete and tangible. They’re somewhat
tradition oriented. They tend to see the individual trees before they see the
INFJs primarily look to the conceptual world to determine what they know. This
means personal sense of meaning, connection, what’s hidden between the lines, vision,
hunches, and theory. They ground themselves in conceptual understanding. Details
drain them. They often make conclusions before they can point to evidence. They
synthesize what’s abstract and conceptual. They’re visionary.
They tend to see the forest before the individual trees.
Function: Ne vs. Se
Inferior Ne: Since
ISFJs are most comfortable comparing new information with “what’s known”,
they’re less comfortable asking “what if”. They sometimes like to entertain new
possibilities, but can easily become fixated on how uncertainty could lead to potentially
negative outcomes. Over the course of their lives, ISFJs learn to become more
comfortable with the unknown and embrace the unexpected twists and turns that
Inferior Se: Since
INFJs are most comfortable with what they “just know”, they’re less comfortable
climbing out of their own heads and appreciating “what is”. They sometimes like
to explore their immediate reality, but can easily get pulled back into their
own heads when another idea or concept comes along that they have to synthesize
into their personal sense of vision or understanding. Over the course of their
lives, INFJs learn to become more present in reality, observant of the world
around them, and appreciative of the benefits of living in the moment.
there you have it.
are most comfortable with what’s known and tangible and are less comfortable
with open-ended possibilities.
are most comfortable with ideas and the conceptual and are less comfortable
living in the moment.
“Between two types”: S vs. N and the “intuitive bias”
it’s not possible to between two types. But that doesn’t mean that ISFJs can’t
be intuitive and INFJs can’t be grounded! Every type uses a sensing (S) and
intuitive (N) function, as well as a thinking (T) and feeling (F) function. So it would be somewhat odd if you identified with only one type. If
we didn’t use all 4 functions we wouldn’t be balanced, fully-“functioning” human
know there’s all this hype about how INFJs are super rare special snowflakes or
whatever, so you might be tempted to type yourself as one despite identifying
more with ISFJ. Try and avoid this.
think the intuitive bias exists because people tend to assume that N types have EXTRA abilities that S types don’t. The assumption is that not only can N types
see everything in reality that S types can, but they ALSO have this mysterious,
conceptual intelligence that leads them to see what mere mortals can’t. This is misleading and false.
vs. S indicates the source of the information you’re most comfortable with.
That’s it. So while N types are great at understanding things intuitively,
exploring ideas, etc. they often SUCK at seeing what’s directly in front of
them. While S types are great at seeing the world as is, attention to detail,
awareness of the world around them, etc. N types are generally UNCOMFORTABLE
and UNSKILLED at these things. This is probably why there are more S types in
the world… they’re much better at living outside their own heads. So it’s not a
matter of Ns having some extra special ability, it’s just a matter of relative
strengths and weaknesses.
Setting the par time on my PACT timer. Par times are a great way to increase your sense of urgency. Set it high, and as you beat the par time, drop the par. Continue to do this until you score outside the par. Then bump it back up some and crush it. Once crushed, go back to lowering it. Don’t get complacent. Always give high yourself standards. Always push yourself. Amateurs train until they get it right; professionals train until they can’t get it wrong.
PACT timers available on our site. Why? Because they’re an excellent training aid. And at T.REX ARMS… we’re all about that life.
13.7 BCM build. The barrel originally started as a 16", but was sent off to be cut somewhere between 13.7-13.9 and then get a Griffin Armament Taper flash hider pin and welded. So the overall barrel length would be 16.1". The result… a shorter but legal length rifle.
Midwest Industries keymod rail. ATPIAL-C. Surefire Scout with dual pressure pad. BCM VFG angled forwards (allowing a more aggressive grip). B5 Systems SOPMOD stock. Aimpoint T1 with ADM mount. SD3G trigger. Magpul BUIS pros. Ferro Concepts Slingster in Multicam. Rattle can paint job with Rustoleum. Forget expensive cerekote. ;)
SUREFIRE WAYS TO GET PEOPLE TO SIDE WITH YOU AND YOUR CAUSE
• Piss them off
• Humiliate them
• Defame them
• Jump to conclusions about what they think and run with them
• Throw accusations at them
• Apply guilt by association
• Mock their demographic
• Get them fired/imprisoned
• Destroy/damage/vandalise their property
• Physically hurt/assault them
• Generally act belligerent