Last night i had to grab my shotgun

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by molonlabexx, Apr 17, 2013.

  1. molonlabexx

    molonlabexx New Member

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    I got a call while watching a dirty harry movie. It was a relative saying there was a car in our driveway with people around it and walking through the driveway suspiciously. I quickly grabbed my shotgun and hunkered down in my room. Thankfully we later identified the suspects as friendlies. The feeling of security when I grabbed that shotgun instead of dialing 911... It was funny because I was not scared one bit. Had it been 911 I called I would have been praying to God. That's why I own a gun. And a case where we need more than 10 shots. I am not dirty harry. There were multiple people in the drive way, more than 10 shots needed.
     
  2. Car54

    Car54 New Member

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    Joe Biden says "fire two shots in the air".
     

  3. molonlabexx

    molonlabexx New Member

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    Yeah but then I would have been arrested for discharging a firearm in city limits.
     
  4. tCan

    tCan Active Member

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    Yeah man, you definitely handled that poorly. You should have climbed out the back window, fired "two blasts" over the top of your house to let them know you were leaving and then egressed from the neighborhood and don't return until a trained anti-terrorist unit could make sure it was safe. You give a bad name to gun owners everywhere.
     
  5. PanBaccha

    PanBaccha New Member

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    LOL!!! Joe Bidden, the idiot. I guess every administration has one. Cheney had Bush Jr; Obama's got Bidden. But IMO all four of them are.
     
  6. BULLET9992

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    He alsosaid to fire 2 blasts through the door if you feel threatened.... Is it cheating if you have a peep hole? Lmao. But on a serious note, I've had to clear my home because I walked in right after a burglary & didn't know if they were still inside. They weren't... Sadly
     
  7. tri70

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    Glad it worked out! I don't have any problem walking with a gun and good flashlight. The dog will be the 1st alarm, me racking the slide is the 2nd!
     
  8. Jake86

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    Had a similar situation once before. Now I am a single 27yr old guy, and have two female roommates one 27 the other is 29. Anyhow we've been friends since grade school, and yes.. both are attractive.

    Anyway, this one night I heard someone creeping through the house. I get up, grab my Glock 20 off the night stand. Make my way down the hall to where the noise was coming from, which was the kitchen. I round the corner into the kitchen hit the light switch and here is some dude in his boxers raiding my fridge.

    He sees me standing there with a gun, and damn near pisses himself. I ask what the hell is he doing in my kitchen at 4:00AM and he informs me that he came home with my room mate.

    The worst part about all of it was that he was eating my pre cooked bacon.
     
  9. Jagermeister

    Jagermeister New Member

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    Hey Jake, he ate your bacon? Oh hell no. You never eat another man's bacon. Open fire! D
     
  10. texaswoodworker

    texaswoodworker New Member

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    There are just some things you don't do in life. Eating another man's bacon is one of them.
     
  11. GrtWhytHype

    GrtWhytHype New Member

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    Should've shot because you were in fear of losing bay and kin.
     
  12. gearhead396

    gearhead396 New Member

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    Sounds like a pretty sweet set up you got there man ;)
     
  13. KJG67

    KJG67 New Member

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    If say the worst part is you can't handle both of them and have give up one AND your bacon :)
     
  14. KJG67

    KJG67 New Member

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    Actually you would down to eight shots with Uncle Joe's brilliant suggestion. Dirty Harry only needed 5, or was it 6?
     
  15. manta

    manta Well-Known Member Supporter

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    It must be different in America. If i seen people outside my house i would not ring the police or go for my gun unless i could see they were up to no good. I think in your situation if you feel threatened grab your gun if you feel the need. But ring the police if something did happen the fact that you rang the police could help.
     
  16. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    True, twenty minutes later when the police arrive, they could make sure your firearm was legal or cover you with one of those handy sheets the coroner's office likes so much, blue is the preferred color I believe.
     
  17. orangello

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    So, is Chrissy as air-headed as she looks on TV? Or has she just been spending too much time at the Regal Beagle?
    :D
     
  18. manta

    manta Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I said grab your gun if you feel the need. And use it if you have to but the fact that you rang the police could help if it went to court common sense i think. PS Why would your gun not be legal.
     
  19. trip286

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    This talk about eating another man's bacon...

    I see there are some newer members who don't know about my getting robbed last summer, and some veteran members apparently don't remember.

    It's still a sore subject. The bastards.
     
  20. orangello

    orangello New Member

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    Excellent question!

    I have no reason to suspect mine, but the police seemed REALLY interested in securing serial numbers in their recent attempt to back up the child protective services agent investigating that facebook photo with the kid holding his .22 rifle. http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f13/so-where-begins-nj-cops-shut-down-86938/
     
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