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Yes, it looks that way.
 

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Wearing watches on the inside's how the special forces/FBI/CIA does it. Just imagine yourself holding a handgun, it's easier to check out the time with the watch facing inside compared to the "normal" outside.
 

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I love the fact that he's wearing it with a suit, and testifying before congress. Kind of flies in the face of conventional wisdom on "dress" watches. +1

-1 for wearing it nurse-style.
 

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Wearing watches on the inside's how the special forces/FBI/CIA does it. Just imagine yourself holding a handgun, it's easier to check out the time with the watch facing inside compared to the "normal" outside.
No offense, but why exactly would one need to know what time is was while holding/aiming a gun?
 

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its no g-shock, as already mentioned its a dw-290, we had that pic before here on the forum :) nice watch by the way, very strong and cheap, dead cheap, and UGLY! has character at least...
 

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So one can coordinate an arm take-down. You need to watch more CIA-type TV shows or movies. :)

No offense, but why exactly would one need to know what time is was while holding/aiming a gun?
 

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Be careful of not getting profiled at LAX while going through security wearing your watch like that. Airport security can be pretty jumpy and have a weird-sense of imagination.

Oh man, i actually LIKE wearing watches under-wrist style...like Bruce Willis in those action movies!!!

Wearing under-wrist is supposed to be a "tough guy" thing i think...
 

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Wearing watches on the inside's how the special forces/FBI/CIA does it. Just imagine yourself holding a handgun, it's easier to check out the time with the watch facing inside compared to the "normal" outside.
glad i kept reading. almost missed the sarcasm. :)

i've met one SEAL and one former Delta Force. worked with FBI, DEA, USM.

not one ever wore a watch 'inside' the wrist, even on raids.

the only guy i know that does is an engineer.
 
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