This is a discussion on Intruder at Night within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; A} I live on a private drive, #4 of 5 houses and about 500 yards off the main highway #3 & 5 are over 100 ...
A} I live on a private drive, #4 of 5 houses and about 500 yards off the main highway #3 & 5 are over 100 yards away in heavy woods. Every friend that knows where I live knows better than pull pranks and there is no family within 1,000 miles and they would know better too. And as I shoot in the 20 acre backyard the neighbors probably have a good idea what awaits an intruder and there are NO casual passer bys of any category.
B} I have had 2 acquaintances murdered by intruders
C} Missouri is now a castle doctrine state
SOOOOO… It is option #1 applied as often as necessary until the intruder is horizontal and not moving.
Jet my dogs have a liitle fun - they are worthy of a little fun at the expense of the BG. When they are done chewing, drop them right
"If we loose Freedom here, there's no place to escape to. This is the Last Place on Earth!" Ronald Reagan
just because someone is in your house doesn't mean there is a threat, does he have a weapon if not hes just trespassing.
I you think someone is in your house why not protect you and yours and call the police. Let them know you have a gun and you called the police if they attempt to enter the room you defend yourself.
If you turn on a light or have a flash light how do you get the drop on them?