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    Default Teen shoots intruder as he comes through doggie door

    Pregnant 17 year old defends herself at home from intruder coming through a dog door. Way to go girl!

    Intruder Tries to Break In Through Doggie Door
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    Bravo to her! Too bad she apparently only hit him in the hand. Through the back of the head would have been better. Be one less pos on the street.
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    Pregnant 17 year old....lovely

    Oh well at least she protected herself and the house.

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    Good thing she didn't live in a house where all of the guns are stored unloaded and locked in a safe. All she would have available then would be the phone and two feet. But my gun on the bedroom dresser is such a bad idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Good thing she didn't live in a house where all of the guns are stored unloaded and locked in a safe. All she would have available then would be the phone and two feet. But my gun on the bedroom dresser is such a bad idea...
    It's an incredibly bad idea. How would you feel if the perp got into the house, accessed the gun, and used it against your family? Having a quick access safe in the house that all family members can access is the way to go.

    BTW: Troll much? That's rhetorical Btw...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_S View Post
    It's an incredibly bad idea. How would you feel if the perp got into the house, accessed the gun, and used it against your family? Having a quick access safe in the house that all family members can access is the way to go.

    BTW: Troll much? That's rhetorical Btw...

    Wtf is a quick access safe and try to access it in a dire emergency under pressure. No, one should have access to at least a few well hidden but easily accessible firearms in various rooms of a house. If one has an arsenal then keep most in a safe and a few strategically placed about the home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longslide10 View Post
    Wtf is a quick access safe

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    I think the chances of an intruder entering my home, getting past my part timber wolf dog, making their way upstairs into my bedroom and knowing exactly where to find my gun to shoot my family with are pretty slim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
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    I think the chances of an intruder entering my home, getting past my part timber wolf dog, making their way upstairs into my bedroom and knowing exactly where to find my gun to shoot my family with are pretty slim.

    I think the chances of anyone ever getting attacked and needing a gun are pretty slim so why bother carrying one at all?

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    Guess the kid won't mess with mom. :)
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    She should have had a doorbell that sounds like a big mean junkyard dog.

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