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  1. #11
    You have to balance safety with accessibility. That balance will vary from person to person and circumstance to circumstance.

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    I should make it clear that the shotgun receiver in the pic links I posted is locked in a ShotLock (spelling) gun lock/safe that is securely mounted to the wall and I am the only one who has the three button combination or even knows it is on the wall under the coveralls. I believe a home self defense weapon is of little value if you do not have it in your hands and ready to fire very quickly in an emergency. The shotgun stays locked in the heavy gauge steel device, loaded with 7 00buck shells in the tube and 1 in the chamber and is completely safe from kids prying hands and nosey visitors to my home. It can be in my hands, in the dark, ready to fire in about 3 seconds. I must add that it is a devastating weapon with awesome firepower. I have fired 8 shells from it in under 3 seconds repeatedly. Not shown in the pics is a sling I keep on it that holds another 15 shells in case the end is near.

  4. What is that Shotgun?/ Mossburg 590??

    And I am not telling where I keep mine... I also have a dog and a alarm yard sign...
    I refuse to be a victim, and to to protect my loved ones.. That is why I carry..

  5. #14
    Mossberg 930 SPX 12GA semi-auto. I do not agree with the concept of using a pump action shotgun because the racking sound may deter a bad guy. I have heard that suggestion too many times and think it must be coming from those who watch too much TV. I am not interested in a bad guy knowing I have a shotgun before I kill him. I could be dead by the time I rack the slide. This is a very serious matter. Just my opinion.

  6. #15

    Theft

    My home was broken into; my parents home was broken into. My Parents home was broken into again a second time a month later, because the thieves knew that everything was now replaced by insurance. The third time they set the house on fire. The local police came down the street about 10 miles an hour with lights and sirens giving the thieves plenty of time to get away. They did not replace anything that time. My parents did not have a dog.
    I put up camera's. Signs etc., our dog is still spooked when strangers come by. Although, I sleep very lightly, we were not home at that time. I am sure that the dog barking, snarling and attacking was the reason that less was taken, guns were safe but jewelry and cash were gone. Does little good to have Locks and Dead Bolts on the doors, when thieves use an upstairs window.
    Recently a local Physician's house was broken into while he was at the hospital. The police called and told him he had to come home immediately.
    When he got home There was blood everywhere.
    A dog at the front door, and one at the back door, Not about to let anyone else in. The thieves broke in, and had to break out, they stopped at the local hospital to get stitched up. Easy for the police to get them.
    Good Doggies. Good doggies. My kind of dog, Big Dog with Big Teeth, Fast and Furious. Best alarm you can get when away from home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAmerica View Post
    Good Doggies. Good doggies. My kind of dog, Big Dog with Big Teeth, Fast and Furious. Best alarm you can get when away from home.
    Until I throw a steak laced w/ DRAINO over your back fence then walk right past the body to break in
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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  8. #17
    how about a false heat vent with a hinge for a handgun?

  9. #18
    We trained our German Shepherd to only eat if myself or wife feeds him,it was damn hard to keep him from eating a steak or Scooby snack given to him by friends or thrown over the fence. If we vacation,he damn near starves himself even with my son trying to feed him.(I guess we over did it) At 110 lbs,he is the best alarm system we've ever had,the most expensive also. I would have never thought of training a dog to turn food away if it wasn't for my uncle who trained dogs for the Military back in the 60's. I'm 98% certain that if a bad guy gets in,he won't get out,even with a pocket of Scooby snacks. If you do have a guard type dog,make sure you have great home owners insurance with an umbrella policy.

  10. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by CAmerica View Post
    My home was broken into; my parents home was broken into. My Parents home was broken into again a second time a month later, because the thieves knew that everything was now replaced by insurance. The third time they set the house on fire. The local police came down the street about 10 miles an hour with lights and sirens giving the thieves plenty of time to get away. They did not replace anything that time. My parents did not have a dog.
    I put up camera's. Signs etc., our dog is still spooked when strangers come by. Although, I sleep very lightly, we were not home at that time. I am sure that the dog barking, snarling and attacking was the reason that less was taken, guns were safe but jewelry and cash were gone. Does little good to have Locks and Dead Bolts on the doors, when thieves use an upstairs window.
    Recently a local Physician's house was broken into while he was at the hospital. The police called and told him he had to come home immediately.
    When he got home There was blood everywhere.
    A dog at the front door, and one at the back door, Not about to let anyone else in. The thieves broke in, and had to break out, they stopped at the local hospital to get stitched up. Easy for the police to get them.
    Good Doggies. Good doggies. My kind of dog, Big Dog with Big Teeth, Fast and Furious. Best alarm you can get when away from home.
    They have gun control in Cuba. They have universal health care in Cuba. So why do they want to come here? - Paul Harvey, 1994

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    Dogs

    My dog also will not eat or drink, when I am away from home. He will not take his favorite snacks from our son or my wife.

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