Home Invasion Scenario

Home Invasion Scenario

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    Home Invasion Scenario

    I have enjoyed reading some of the tactics on here
    concerning home invasions.

    Most here will agree that to search through your
    home room by room is a really bad idea. I read
    many posts of people saying lock yourself in the
    bedroom and call 911. I agree with this.

    I did find somthing today on the net. Its made
    by Foxlabs pepperspray...

    They are called 6-Ounce Extraction Units..aka
    pepperspray grenades..lol You pop the top...throw
    it in your living room and it fills the whole area with
    pepperspray.

    Here is the link Fox Labs -Grenades

    You could toss this bad boy in the hallway or
    living room...lock your bedroom door..might buy
    you some time until the cops arrive and arrest
    the bad guy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikGr7 View Post
    I have enjoyed reading some of the tactics on here
    concerning home invasions.

    Most here will agree that to search through your
    home room by room is a really bad idea. I read
    many posts of people saying lock yourself in the
    bedroom and call 911. I agree with this.

    I did find somthing today on the net. Its made
    by Foxlabs pepperspray...

    They are called 6-Ounce Extraction Units..aka
    pepperspray grenades..lol You pop the top...throw
    it in your living room and it fills the whole area with
    pepperspray.

    Here is the link Fox Labs -Grenades

    You could toss this bad boy in the hallway or
    living room...lock your bedroom door..might buy
    you some time until the cops arrive and arrest
    the bad guy.
    This is fine and dandy for those of you without kids. If I tried that I might spray my 3 year old! I will stick with searching my house myself unless there is a definate attacker and I have no question he means me great harm (then he better come to me quickly...otherwise I go to him. I WILL do ALL I can to protect MY family!)
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    The answer is 42.

    Next question please...













    Seriously though. I have central heat/air. If that stuff gets into my garage (and it will) - it will find its way into my bedroom.

    I think it really depends on the layout, and other variables like kids, as the other response pointed out.
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    Then you have to change all your window treatments and upholstered furniture
    A friend of mine shot a very small spray in his car by accident (thought it was deodorant. Couldn't use the car for 3 days, and weeks after it was still there ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by matiki View Post
    The answer is 42.

    Next question please...
    "A train is headed southbound at 43.4356 knots, a crow flies into it's path at 48.9 mph. What kind of sound does the colision make?"
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    There is no way that would work in my home; the stuff would be dispersed through the heat / ac ducts. And after, how would one go about getting the stuff out of the house?

    The post does raise in my mind a hypothetical device. I wonder if some sort of "flash bang" device (legal of course) could be devised to disorient an intruder. I'm thinking of unconventional stuff like small rapid fire strobes and amplified woofers going off at the push of a panic button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosights View Post
    "A train is headed southbound at 43.4356 knots, a crow flies into it's path at 48.9 mph. What kind of sound does the colision make?"
    It worked. I'm confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nosights View Post
    "A train is headed southbound at 43.4356 knots, a crow flies into it's path at 48.9 mph. What kind of sound does the colision make?"
    42.


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    Back on topic though. I like Hopyards thoughts re: a flashbang or something similar. That said, I just think these things will have too much potential to affect you as well as the potential threat.
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    1 mph = 0.868976242 knots

    Train speed 43.4356 knots = 37.7445044570152 mph

    crow speed 48.9 mph

    ===================

    American Crow

    (Corvus brachyrhynchos)

    Average Height: 17-21 inches

    Average Weight: - 1 pound, males are slightly heavier

    Wingspan: 2 - 3 feet

    Lifespan: 6-8 years in wild, up to 20 years in
    captivity..5 sec with Train impact

    ===================

    Impact Ballistics

    Distance (yds) 0 Crow Velocity 200 (fps) Energy 535 (ft.lbs.)

    Distance (yds) 50 Crow Velocity 185 (fps) Energy 459 (ft.lbs.)

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    Hasn't the military used loud noise as a form of crowd control? Flashing lights and loud noise would really break the concentration of the BG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikGr7 View Post
    Hasn't the military used loud noise as a form of crowd control? Flashing lights and loud noise would really break the concentration of the BG.
    Good call on this one. I wonder if the muzzle noise of my 870 shooting #4 buckshot combined with a Surefire foreend would count as a "flash bang" for the purposes of this discussion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfl View Post
    Then you have to change all your window treatments and upholstered furniture
    A friend of mine shot a very small spray in his car by accident (thought it was deodorant. Couldn't use the car for 3 days, and weeks after it was still there ...
    Mine went offf in my pocket once and ate a whole through my jeans!

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    "You can say 'stop' or 'alto' or use any other word you think will work but I've found that a large bore muzzle pointed at someone's head is pretty much the universal language."

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychophipps View Post
    Good call on this one. I wonder if the muzzle noise of my 870 shooting #4 buckshot combined with a Surefire foreend would count as a "flash bang" for the purposes of this discussion...
    Yeh, thats great if you want to shoot up your house to find out the noise you heard was your cat knocking something over.
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    Ehhhh...math is wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by ErikGr7 View Post
    1 mph = 0.868976242 knots

    Train speed 43.4356 knots = 37.7445044570152 mph
    Not Really
    1 knot = 1.136 mph 1 nautical mile = 6000 feet 1 Satute mile = 5280 feet

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