This is a discussion on Bump in the night kit? within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Nicegy525 electronic earmuffs that amplify low level sounds, and/or muffle loud ones. I can hear a mouse fart all the way in ...
tactical vest hangs beside my bed with glock26 extra mags lenser flashlight cold steel spike 5 rounds of buckshot for 870 sitting in corner
Mine consists of a Mossberg 500 12ga with mounted tac light and side saddle shell holder. Has a butler creek folding stock with pistol grip too. If that doesn't do it, nothing will.
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I really like the looks of that Wilderness Holster but at like $80! I don't think so!! But I would like to find something similar to carry a spare mag, flashlight, phone and gun if need be!
For the $80.00 range I have been considering this Maxpedition Remora. More for day trips and hikes than anything else. This is long but it's a good review of the product if you are interested.
Just the two of us. G-21 w/rail flashlight on my night stand. In our safe room is a a 12ga w/forearm flashlight, cell phone, hot thermos of coffee, a laptop to post the play by play on here and to play a little solitaire while while waiting for the PD to show up. If I need more than 13 +1 for the Glock or 8+1 for the shotty, I'm in serious trouble anyway in which case I'll just turn these guys loose.
Did not read all replies carefully but do see firearm ( handgun near bed and maybe a shotgun within easy reach) and flashlight and cell phone. Add to this your remote car alarm. In my home (just wife and I and no one else anywhere in house) I would add the following. I lock the bedroom door and put a wedge under it at bottom. If there is a "bump in the night" I call 911, I activate the car alarm, I retrieve the shotgun and, together with the handgun, I position myself behind the side of the dresser that is off to the side of the door (with a clear look at the opening side of door) and wait--I will not leave my bedroom. Everything outside the bedroom is "stuff" that is insured and replaceable. The BGs doing the "bumping" may be better at this gunstuff than me----I am insured but I am not replaceable--I will not leave the bedroom until they are either gone or police have arrived and ended the "bumping". If the BG decides to defeat my locked door, he will die.
Hi Point JHP .45 cal. - flashlight - 9in. Bowie knife - cell phone
draws under bed contain e-muffs, 3 cell flash and BHP. and Radio Shack allows us to turn lights on remotly
so i can hear them and if they are there....they will be back lit.
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Our two pits pretty well take care of any bump in the night or even in the day. I would rather be shot then deal with the two of them if I entered this house unwanted. Plus there is my carry piece on my night stand with attached light plus a small tac light an a 870 under my side of bed.
-H&K USP .40, Spyderco Endura 4 tactical folder, and Surefire 6P Defender tactical flashlight on the nightstand
-fannypack holster containing S&W Model 457 .45, Surefire C2 Centurion tactical flashlight, Kabar fighting knife, holstered cellphone, key to the long gun cabinet (contains my AR-15 carbine and other reserve ammo for each of my guns), and spare mags for both handguns
-Mossberg 590 12-ga. with a sling
-first aid kit in the saferoom closet