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Old 06-07-2013, 01:35 AM   #13871
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I have some background on shooting intruders. With my shotgun loaded with 1 OO buck I'm shooting 9 .32 cal bullets at one time multiplied by 5 shells or more in the gun. Someone can take multiple hits with a 22 cal and continue to fight unless you are one hell of a shot, but 1- OO buckshot will stop the fight. so choosing a shotgun just might be a lifesaving choice.

Me and my streetsweeper/ door clearer 12ga w/OO buck in Mogadishu.
I'm looking at this one my phone. Are you looking through glass and is someone sitting on a bombed out personnel carrier? Can't make it out but looks like an interesting story to the photo.
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I have some background on shooting intruders. With my shotgun loaded with 1 OO buck I'm shooting 9 .32 cal bullets at one time multiplied by 5 shells or more in the gun. Someone can take multiple hits with a 22 cal and continue to fight unless you are one hell of a shot, but 1- OO buckshot will stop the fight. so choosing a shotgun just might be a lifesaving choice.
No doubt. That's what sleeps with me when I'm here. It's grizzly country and I hunt alone, mostly. Those 5 rounds of 00 buck sure feel good after sundown.

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I'd feel nice and comfy with a .40, myself. Not interested in doing much damage to my house though, just to the person that shouldn't be in there. ........
Of course you would feel comfy with the 40. because you are already comfortable with the 22lr. as a defensive round.

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Riding The Storm Out on Scenic Byway 12 Utah

Riding from Torrey,UT. on 12 south through the mountains over 8000 ft elev. the rain finally changed to sleet and snow,it never felt better to ride out of that cloud down into lower elevations traveling south crossing Hog Back at Esclante canyon,then onto Bryce Canyon to a warm hotel with a dryer.
The next morning the hotel clerk told me less than 40 miles away that night over 10 inches of snow fell,glad I was heading south to Zion NP.

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Of course you would feel comfy with the 40. because you are already comfortable with the 22lr. as a defensive round.

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You too. Hopefully you won't have to deal with anymore B&E
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Riding The Storm Out on Scenic Byway 12 Utah

Riding from Torrey,UT. on 12 south through the mountains over 8000 ft elev. the rain finally changed to sleet and snow,it never felt better to ride out of that cloud down into lower elevations traveling south crossing Hog Back at Esclante canyon,then onto Bryce Canyon to a warm hotel with a dryer.
The next morning the hotel clerk told me less than 40 miles away that night over 10 inches of snow fell,glad I was heading south to Zion NP.
Love it out there, it's gorgeous. I went camping in Bryce Canyon one year in late August and got snowed on. And it was a good 3 or 4 inches too, never know what the weather is going to do in Utah.
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That Hotel never looked so good after 2 days of hard rain on the road.

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Love it out there, it's gorgeous. I went camping in Bryce Canyon one year in late August and got snowed on. And it was a good 3 or 4 inches too, never know what the weather is going to do in Utah.
Bryce Canyon was beautiful,I really enjoyed my time in Utah,just an amazing place.
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Bryce Canyon was beautiful,I really enjoyed my time in Utah,just an amazing place.
That's where I call home, for now I'm living in Wyoming. The only thing that could make Utah better is getting rid of about 50% of the population....
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