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Old 03-21-2013, 04:42 PM   #31
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No, man. They broke his glass door.
Aahh..........
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Old 03-21-2013, 04:53 PM   #32
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Many years ago my wife and I experienced an attempted car jacking... They were armed and very dangerous illegals.
No, no, YOU are the threat Nite. They were just undocumented political refugee wealth, and probably sex, redistributors hoping and changing for their fair global share. But you are such a greedy extorter you can't see that so they need amnesty now!

You probably started shaking from adrenalin and with anger a few miles down that road.
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Old 03-28-2013, 05:08 AM   #33
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That's scary stuff Nite. I was also a victim of an attempted car jacking at a liquor store. Dirt bag tried forcing his way through the passenger door of my truck while I was exiting the vehicle in the side parking lot.

I always lock my doors, so he couldn't get in. Dirt bag started to walk to the front of the truck towards the driver's side. Let's just say he didn't even make the passenger side headlight.
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Gees Hock after all these years you have made me see the light. The next time I will give them my car and a few bucks for gas.
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Give them my address...................i will accomodate..............by the way, the door is open.................
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Scary stuff. Not trying to second guess you but if I'm outside and I think there might be a bad guy inside, I'm staying outside until I know for sure. There is nothing inside my house worth getting into a gun fight over.
The experts would recommend to STAY OUT and be a good observer, even w/ a gun. Use cell to call 911.. If someone would have came out you would have to decide if to attempt to hold em till police got there..or get plate number etc.

Same as a fire--dont go in.. tough if you know someone is in there.. Dog/cat or property--can be replaced. Some might think pet aint replacable but they are.
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The experts would recommend to STAY OUT and be a good observer, even w/ a gun. Use cell to call 911.. If someone would have came out you would have to decide if to attempt to hold em till police got there..or get plate number etc.

Same as a fire--dont go in.. tough if you know someone is in there.. Dog/cat or property--can be replaced. Some might think pet aint replacable but they are.
I know that and understand that. But as i have stated...i was already in the house
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The experts would recommend to STAY OUT and be a good observer, even w/ a gun. Use cell to call 911.. If someone would have came out you would have to decide if to attempt to hold em till police got there..or get plate number etc.

Same as a fire--dont go in.. tough if you know someone is in there.. Dog/cat or property--can be replaced. Some might think pet aint replacable but they are.
I would go into a fire to save my animal.
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I would go into a fire to save my animal.
As would i. Pets are family.
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I know that and understand that. But as i have stated...i was already in the house
I wouldve went in too, and i have gone in. My wife called one day and said the front door was open, not just a little but standing wide open. I was already on the way home but still 30 miles away so I told her not to go in and to call the police. She didnt want to do that so she just sat in her SUV till I got there with my pistol. Did you know an 04 F150 wont go any faster than 100 mph? At least mine wont. When I pulled in the drive I hopped outta the truck leaving the door open, drew my .45 and approached the door. I went through the entire house finding noone, i concluded that my wife didnt get the door latched and a breeze blew it open.
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