This is a discussion on ID'ing the 'attacker' - in the home. within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; azchevy, . . . I only have one son, . . . who knows well never to try to "sneak" into the house. But if ...
azchevy, . . . I only have one son, . . . who knows well never to try to "sneak" into the house.
But if I were in your shoes, . . . I would probably re-key all doors to the house except the one you can defend against the easiest, . . . in my case it is the front door. I see that door from my bed, without moving at all.
Re-keying and not giving out any new ones, . . . makes anyone who has a key come through your cone of defense, . . . and you could even install a motion activated light inside that door (I haven't done it yet, . . . but I have thought of it) which would allow you to see, . . . and maybe not be seen.
May God bless,
If you can breathe, . . . thank God.
If you can read, . . . than a teacher.
If you are reading this in English, . . . thank a veteran.
Everyone that may come to my house knows not to come unannounced. Everyone else is an intruder, for me action dictates action so I have no concerns about someone forgetting the rules.