Burglary Interrupted

Burglary Interrupted

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    Burglary Interrupted

    It was 1983. My Grandfather and Grandmother (In their early 60's) arrived home from the theater at about 10:30 PM. They noticed the front window of the dining room was removed and stuff was moved around. They heard a noise in their basement and then the basement door slam. They called the cops and filed a report. They had apparently interrupted a burglary. The burglars stole cash and jewelry. That's it. My grandparents put in a security system, window bars, and my grandfather bought a 1911 like the one he carried in WWII. They're both 91 now and live in that same house. I found out about the 1911 last month. Wish he'd told me earlier. I'd like to have shot it.

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    AND?

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    ...so does Grandpa still have the gun? maybe he'd let you borrow it?

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    Better yet, take grandpa shooting. I bet he would enjoy the activity.
    A 9mm might expand but a .45acp never shrinks.

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