After my recent burglary 2 weeks ago (6/27/2014 in the early p.m.), I am now expecting a home invasion follow up anytime. The burglar only got away with my compound archery bow -- nothing else. Everything else was locked up in the gun safe. He still ransacked the apartment however. I made the police report and the LEO's have stepped up their neighborhood patrols here, but that won't change anything. We are not a police state and they cannot be everywhere all the time. So I now CCW at home all the time, my CCW weapon being a 45ACP pistol 10 + 1. And my battle carbine is loaded, as is my bandoleer of magazines too. I keep the pistol at my side in a holster, and the carbine in the gun safe ready at a moment's grab. I keep the doors and windows locked at all times in order to slow them down. At the first sign of trouble I will get the carbine -- with the bandoleer and mags I can shoot more ammo that way. The pistol is simply my backup and for when I cannot take the carbine with me outside. This is a lot like Fort Apache waiting for the Indians to attack anytime day or night. I sleep with the carbine at my side and the pistol under my pillow and the bedroom barricaded as a safe room. Now that someone knows a very expensive gun safe is in a given residence, and likely to contain all sorts of valuables since none was found anywhere else in the residence, I strongly suspect they will be back -- reinforced. They will probably attack in the early morning hours of the night. I will probably awaken to the noise of someone breaking in the doors. But it could happen anytime. The doors are all dead bolt locked with double key locks -- they will need to be broken down for someone to get in or out without the key. The windows are all bolted shut -- they will need to be broken apart for anyone to get through them. Noise and time -- that's what the doors and windows will give me. Noise and time are what I need -- everything else is ready to go in 5.56x45mm and 45ACP.