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  1. #31

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    to the original poster..... great sign. I notice the humanoid figure is exposing his back. I would not be too quick to shoot a home intruder in the back, unless he is in the act of kidnapping. Many District Attorneys will prosecute for shooting a fleeing burglar under the no threat doctrine.

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  3. #32
    I like it! I used to put a empty .40 brass case in a couple of windows that were easily accessible so they could been seen by a would be intruder. Have no Idea if it worked or not, but If I was a BG and saw it, I'd think twice.
    When seconds count, the LEO's are only minutes away...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock Fan View Post
    I put it in the same category of the "Licensed to Carry Armed" decal. Not the most tactically sound idea.



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    I think you guys give BG's too much credit. Why would they want to tempt fate, where the next house down the street doesnt have a sign saying the owner has firearms and is willing to use it. BG's arent out there for a challenge... they dont want to fight, they just want to money/jewelry/tv whatever... WHY would they go into a house knowing they would first have to contend directly with someone that is Armed? It makes no sense. It think it provides a Tactical ADVANTAGE, not a disadvantage, because 99% of perps will move onto their next target.

  5. #34
    Sign or no sign private property rights dont seem to mean much anymore. I have a small place that I run livestock on and if anyone happens to cross the place and a cow runs over them Im liable even if they are trespassing. Thats why I have to carry liability insurance to cover my *****.

  6. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by gdcleanfun View Post
    I have a dog. If I post a "Beware of Dog" sign, does that advertise that I think the dog is vicious? In California it certainly does. You can be sued for knowingly having a vicious dog if someone goes into your yard and is attacked. I no longer live in California. Does the same law pertain in other states? I don't know. Does the same law pertain with firearms? I don't know that either, yet, I'll not take any chances. No one need know who or what is on or inside my lot or house. They can just take their chances, too.
    Ya, Good ol' California setting precedent. . .then the tomfoolery starts spreading to the rest of the country.
    You have a point, the signs are cute, but I guess I have to stop and think how much advertising I want to do.
    I sometimes get nervous when people are driving by and I'm loading my gun cases and range gear in the van.

  7. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by c45man View Post
    to the original poster..... great sign. I notice the humanoid figure is exposing his back. I would not be too quick to shoot a home intruder in the back, unless he is in the act of kidnapping. Many District Attorneys will prosecute for shooting a fleeing burglar under the no threat doctrine.
    I thought that for a second, too. Then looked at it again and it's not. It's the way the target rings are laid out. The outer ring makes it look like the back of a shirt in a way.

    Great sign. Funny how some just don't have a good sense of humor!

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    I thought of putting up some kind of sign like this but I don't think it is my style to somewhat challenge certain criminals to home invade me armed to the teethe because they see I'm advertising that I am armed and ready for a fight. I would rather just stay covert and maybe put up some home alarm system stickers to MAYBE deter any criminals. I'm prepared my family is prepared and I don't have to advertise it to the world. Great sign though... it made me laugh. :)

    oops I just did! DOH!

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  9. #38
    I like the sign a lot. Also like the one about the neighbor. I would not advertise I had guns for all to see.
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