heres a scenario for ya
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December 30th, 2009 03:40 PM
well that was one of the reasons why I did not bring the shotgun out with me in the first place. there is a reason why it is sitting there you know. and my brother wasn't the one that pulled the prank it was my cousin. if I would have shot it would have been at the tires to try to imobilize it. turns out it was not needed. he immobilized it pretty much by himself.
Wouldn't you have felt bad after finding out the guy(s) you shot full of holes were just smashed, not planning on doing any harm?
December 31st, 2009 01:12 PM
Are you kidding, feeling bad about defending yourself and your home. Especially from what he described, I DONT THINK SO.
Originally Posted by OldVet
Don"t let stupid be your skill set....
Never be ashamed of a scar. It simply means, that you were stronger than whatever tried to hurt you......
January 1st, 2010 11:53 AM
Good job taking a cicuitous route home when you thought you were being followed. Just don't go home, call 911 and keep driving in populated areas.
Have your cellphone with you.
You against truck outside, not good. Lock and load, stay inside and keep an eye on him. Any hostile acts, you open up.
An enemy of liberty is no friend of mine. I do not owe respect to anyone who would enslave me by government force, nor is it wise for such a person to expect it. -- Isaiah Amberay
January 1st, 2010 12:20 PM
The only reason I'd feel bad is because, in this situation, I'd probably go to jail. I don't know why anyone would feel bad about "putting away" a drunk driver who's recklessly driving around your property, smashing into your house, putting whomever is inside in danger. Getting drunk and then driving is intent to put everyone else on the road in danger. And apparently that includes putting people in houses a quarter mile away from the road in danger, too.
Originally Posted by OldVet
Also +1 to the posters saying don't go to your house when you're being followed. As I've told my wife and done myself, if you feel that you're being followed, make a full circle in the subdivision (or neighboring subdivision), call 9-11, and drive to the police station.
January 1st, 2010 01:19 PM
staying inside a house is one thing...staying inside a mobile/trailer home in defense against a large vehicle may be another altogether...a vehicle can do serious damage to a mobile home in short order...outside you have the advantage of using the foundation of the home as a barrier to keep the vehicle away from you using your own mobility...inside youre waiting for the home to collapse around and/or on you...i was for grabbing the shotgun and abandoning ship...i wouldnt count on the shotgun being in the truck...you dont know how long the truck was there and whether they had already been in your truck or not...you woke up to the vehicle already i your yard at your window...
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