On "firearmstactical.com", I read ..."A high-intensity flashlight is a mission critical
tool for home defense..."
Hmmm. I've shot Bunnies and Kangaroos at night , using a *very* bright light to paint 'em up for me. Couldn't see how I would shoot 'em * in a dark night* ---without such a bright light .
But they never
shoot back: I have no experience of shooting people. My concern is simply this scenario....
" ...x very bad man/men inside my home...Wife and kids are at risk."
1. I aim a bright light their way. They then would know exactly my location. They could then shoot at that light, potentially ending my defensive capabilities.
2. Keep my light OFF. Aim a Remington 870 their way.
My question...Who recommends the "weopon PLUS light" option?
I understand that if the invader is not armed, identifying them as 1. friend or foe ...... and 2. the nature of their unarmed threat is obviously a great idea.
Point is.... how do I know they do not have a firearm before
pointing a personal locator beacon (light) their way?