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The most exhilarating thing in life is getting shot at with no results.
- Winston Churchill
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My carry piece stays holstered on the night stand next to an extra mag, bottle of water, and surefire light. When things go bump in the night, I don't typically reach for it though. I select a shotgun, or my .44mag lever gun (16" barrel)
He who fights and runs away lives to fight another day
I don't have any kids at home to worry about. It is unholstered in nightstand with extra mag and flashlight.
On or off my body...always in a holster!
"That I cannot do."
"Give this to, uh, Clemenza. I want reliable people, people who aren't going to be carried away. After all we're not murderers in spite of what this undertaker thinks."
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Some are, some aren't. No kids in the home.
Les Baer 45
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Our handguns are kept in "GunVault" biometric gun safes for real quick access but locked away from the little one
i got the idea from someone here a long time ago. keep in mind i don't have any kids or other concerns to worry about. it's actually an old belt secured with fender washers and clips. nothing to extreme and body weight seals the deal. ...(i'm also left handed)
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If your paddle holster comes out with your gun in a situation, you're in a bind. If I grab my HD gun in a situation and it's holstered, same thing.
If it's not on me (or asleep) it's in the safe. No exceptions.
If you're in bed, it's hard to maneouver a shotgun (unless it's a "Judge"), making a handgun your first line of defense (not the same as first choice). If you have enough warning to get up and prepare for a situation, the handgun is a great option to have - in a holster, as back-up to your shotgun, uzi, M60, or whatever WMD you can apply.
(Okay, I guess I am a little bit smart-a$$ed, but it's only in jest!)
I have a couch right next to the bed, Even though I do not have my gun yet, I did for a number of years play paintball and airsoft, I have a uncle mikes Clip holster that will serve duty clipped to the back side of the couch where I can get it ASAP at night.
"If you don't have any guns and someone breaks in, what are you going to shoot them with?"
Where do bad folks go when they die. They don't go to heaven where the angels fly. Go to a lake of fire and fry, see them again 'till the Fourth of July
Mine is on a tall dresser next to the bed cocked and locked Glock.
My fingers are laid flat on the weapon during retriveal, to avoid an AD finger never touches the trigger.
I pull my Taurus M410 (the Judge) out of safe every night and lay it on the nightstand with my flashlight till morning.
No. I have one of those locking pistol safes, with the foam inside, next to the bed. It's actually kept unlocked all the time unless I have company, so it's always within easy reach at night.
"Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch; Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote."
-- Benjamin Franklin