Do You Carry at Home?

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    I only carry those hours that I am awake.......

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    No. I'll take my chances.

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    Re: Do You Carry at Home?

    Of course.

    100% of home invasions occur at home.


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    My carry weapon is like my wallet. ALWAYS with me. When its not I feel out of balance

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    Nope. But near by. And yes, we do understand that 100 percent of home invasions happen in the home Getting kinda old hearing that.
    100 percent of plane crashes happen with airplane...do you take a bus?
    100 percent of people killed on a bus during a bus crash happens on a bus....do you now take a car?
    For everyone that is so concerned about dying do you watch your diet and exercise? Just saying.

    Seriously, folks need to do what they feel comftorable with and do a risk assesment based on thier individual circumstances. I know of folks that keep their curtains shut 24/7 so no one can see inside.
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    Yes..Always.

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    Of course. I can't think of one good reason to disarm just because I am at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    It's either on my person or within an arm's reach...always!
    This

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    I usually carry some sort of handgun at home. If I go out I carry a defensive gun and once I get back it stays with me. If I don't go out I may carry my Ruger Vaquero and do some dry fire practice. If none of these then I am probably cleaning or doing some sort of work on one of my guns.

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    5 pages in one day. The paranoia is strong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iguanadon View Post
    I work from home... usually in the comfort of sweatpants... so I don't do the morning routine of strapping on the firearm. But I do have a weapon that goes bang within reach of where I spend 95% of my time... in my desk of the home office and next to the recliner in the den. Oh, and of course the one within reach of the bed.
    What about the other 5% of the time you don't? that's when you will need it.
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    Always, but not in the shower. It gets the holster too wet.

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    Yup, and I invested in a shoulder rig for my G19 so that I can continue to dress like a slob in the comfort of my own home while still carrying.

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    Re: Do You Carry at Home?

    Suntzu, you seem bitter.
    Just sayin.


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    Last edited by Thunder71; November 23rd, 2012 at 09:00 AM.
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    If it's not on my person, I can literally reach for one. 100% of the time.

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