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Old 10-28-2011, 12:24 PM   #31
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Don't have a shotgun. What I wonder is what to do with the body or bodies afterward? Sure as hell not going to call authorities, possibly get killed by police or get charged with all manner of heinous crimes and then get sued even if acquitted. Perhaps I should figure this out before getting the shotgun.

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My thoughts exactly. You guys want my safe combination too? Here's my address.
But seriously, if an intruder makes it past my two large and loud dogs, which he/she most likely won't, then the location of my shotty will be revealed. IN MY HANDS!
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Don't have a shotgun. What I wonder is what to do with the body or bodies afterward? Sure as hell not going to call authorities, possibly get killed by police or get charged with all manner of heinous crimes and then get sued even if acquitted. Perhaps I should figure this out before getting the shotgun.
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Mossberg 500 behind the bedroom door cocked on an empty chamber fully loaded tube with 00Buck Safety off. Just the wife & I in the house.

In some states Fletchettes are banned.

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French have used them for many years...
You'll pardon me if i don't take firearms advice from the French, unless it involves an anti-bounce stock for safer surrendering.
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Mine sits right next to bed, loaded and ready for business.

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As of yesterday, all my weapons (including my Remington 1100 loaded with slug/buckshot combo shells) are stashed in a locked cabinet. Loaded, but empty chambers... My doors and windows are alarmed as well.

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i've got a mossberg 500 for home protection, i used to keep it in the closet all the time, but thats not really handy when i am in trouble.

tried keeping it under the bed, but didnt like keeping it there...

so i got a backup to keep it within arm's reach throughout the night. pretty easy to install and use...i love it...

what do you use? where do you keep your shotgun?
I have a Stevens 350 12GA that sits in my gun cabinet right next to my side of the bed. Keys are close to me and so is a little steel bar just incase there is any kind of issue with the key.
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you'll pardon me if i don't take firearms advice from the french, unless it involves an anti-bounce stock for safer surrendering.
nice! :d ..........
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You'll pardon me if i don't take firearms advice from the French, unless it involves an anti-bounce stock for safer surrendering.
French guns are outstanding investments. They have only been dropped once!
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