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Old 11-04-2011, 11:13 PM   #31
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Springfield Ultra Compact Stainless/night sights in night stand .45
Sawed off old Savage 12 gauge in master closet
Walther PPS 9mm next to my tv chair
Usually a Kahr MK 40 on my belt if I have been out of the house during the day
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Old 11-04-2011, 11:50 PM   #32
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An SR9c in both night stands. 12 gauge with light and laser in the closet. My carry in the dresser and several stashed around the house. Alarm system with remote at my night stand. Also have a MP 15-22 with a laser and red dot as an extra for my wife.
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Old 11-05-2011, 12:26 AM   #33
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His - Colt 1911 with 235gr HP's

Hers - Rossi Revoler .357 Magnum 158 gr HP's
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Old 11-05-2011, 01:38 AM   #34
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pretty much all of my guns are under the bed, so i guess the go to could be my JC Higgins 12 gauge, Hi point C9, or Radom Vis 35.

I usually have my old H&R 733 in the glove box just in case kinda deal. 32 S&W long obviously isn't the first choice for self defense but there's no recoil so all 6 can be put on target quick if needed
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Interestingly enough,even though i'm more of a revolver guy,I go for my 9mm first,not the revolver.I keep the shotgun handy but im not going to grab it unless I know for sure i'm gonna need to use it.
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Glock G-32 or Ruger GP-100 on the nightstand with the Remington 870 nearby.
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Interestingly enough,even though i'm more of a revolver guy,I go for my 9mm first,not the revolver.I keep the shotgun handy but im not going to grab it unless I know for sure i'm gonna need to use it.
Most of us have more "potent" options at our disposal. But it's tough to beat the capacity, portability, and recoil-friendly 9mm when it comes to practical defensive options. That's why a BHP spends about 99% of its life on my computer desk, ready for the call.
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