This is a discussion on So I'm loading my Mossberg . . . . within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by dukalmighty In Texas during hours of darkness they just drove into a death chamber,we have the right to prevent a theft of ...
Two roads diverged in a wood, and Ió
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
(00 is .33 calibre, so you wouldn't get many in a .65 caliber/20 ga bore.) #4 is .24 calibre, and also a good 20ga load for denser patterns. If I were to mix loads in a 20ga, I'd alternate #4buck and #1buck, 3" if I had them.
Why do I use 230 gr. for my .45acp?
Because I can't find a source of 250 gr!
Well I live in texas and I have no problem with dropping them on the spot.I've worked hard for what I have and I will fight to keep it.I would first call 911 from inside the house and then go out and order them down on the ground.At the first sign of movement then they all die from my 12 gauge auto.sj
Inside city limits, tell 911 that you have a gun and are going to investigate or confront the BGs and hang up. You will hear sirens from all over town converging on your location. Don't actually go outside and get shot at because the police will be all pumped up and doing the shooting for you. Stay inside and be a good witness.
Outside city limits, release the dogs on them for a good time and defend the homestead.
I understand where you are coming from IRT castle doctrine...but that does not mean I can't tell someone to get off of my property or that the police have been called.
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martyr is a fancy name for crappy fighter
You have never lived until you have almost died. For those that have fought for it, life has a special flavor the protected will never know
If I were living alone or with other capable, independent, like-minded adults, I would confront them from behind the shotgun in a 2nd story window. Tell them to get on the ground, the police are on the way.
If i had a family, kids, neighbors within likely shooting range.. etc I would call 911, turn on all the lights, break out the camera and the shotgun and sit tight. Let them know they've been made without confronting them or giving away your exact position.
We are only as vulnerable as we are naive.
I live across Houston from Joe Horn. You really don't want to be caught doing that sort of thing around here......
There are only two gates in the wall around my neighborhood. They both empty onto one street and you see each one from the other. If I see you in my driveway, you are not getting away. I can detain you or the deputies can meet you at the gate.
If I go out my front door and take up a position at the corner of the house, you either have to get past me, or go over either a six foot fence or a six foot wall. The fences have brick walls beyond them. Nice back stops. As long as I watch my elevation I could pretty much blast away to my hearts content.
With so many possible variables it is impossible to say exactly what I would do, but I really don't think anybody I caught in my driveway would be smiling afterwards.
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first i would call 911, then grab my camera and get clear shots of the people's faces, license plate, AND what was on the trailer, and your trailer plate.
in the real world, i would probably just sit tight, and take notes on whatever i saw.
online, i would be tempted to go outside and try to stop them.
but myself against 3 people of a similar build with no VISIBLE weapons.... not taking the chance. luckily i cant afford a boat or an ATV, or even a trailer to pretend i did have that stuff, so rite now its not much of a worry to me :P...
"Dead is dead"
"Yea, till we show up with jumper cables and drugs to debate it"
I personally don't own a dog due to living situation, but if I did it most def. absolutely be a Pit or Black lab, sure would be a shame if I accidentally let the lil guy out side as robbers were attempting to steal my stuff.
-Never insult a man you are not prepared to fight, and never fight a man you are not prepared to kill.
I Don't do vicitm.
To sit by and be robbed is to be a victim. This is the same as getting a good description of a mugger while handing them your wallet; NO. In the very near future there are going to be a lot more criminals out there trying to find a way to make ends meet because of inflation and high unemployment. The police will be underfunded and over-stretched. There have already been police departments that have said they may be forced, just due to budget concerns, to make no response at all to non-violent crimes.
Is a piece of propterty worth someone's life? That is up to them. When I confront them from the house with the decision to retreat or continue with their felony in the face of deadly force it is their move. If they continue I have to assume they believe my stuff is worth their lives.
But if you are authorized to carry a weapon, and you walk outside without it, just take a deep breath, and say this to yourself...
LTC(RET) Dave Grossman
Revolutionary War Veterans Association Shooter Qualification: Cook