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Old 07-04-2009, 04:17 PM   #11
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12 Gauge pump tactical mossy loaded, next to bed, .40 M&P on the night stand chambered, no kids to worry about and the poodle hasn't figured out how to fire any of them yet.



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Old 07-04-2009, 04:34 PM   #12
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1911 Cocked Locked and ready to Rock in my nightstand, but its not like a normal night stand, it has 2 drawers and the kinda just an open spot for a 3 drawer but no drawer, open for easy access, only youngster isn't big enough to move on his own so not a problem yet.

Besides, I had the 1911 with a full mag in it and slide locked back, I told my wife (doesn't have any expirence with handguns) to make it shoot and it took her a good 15 minutes to figure it out.
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