This is a discussion on ammo, holsters etc around the house within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Bark'n First thing... the use of paneling is great method of hiding seams and creating hidden doors in walls. Second. If you ...
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If I were a thief, and I found ammo or holsters, the LAST place I'd want to be when the owner came home was still in the house. :)
Did they take the uniforms as well? I have heard of dirtbags stealing the LEO uniform to do other crimes. Hope your friend only lost the G22 and G27 (that is bad enough and the paperwork would be a bit in the a**! Not to meantion explaining it to the supervisor!!)
Just the guns and some jewelry into pilowcases.
Training means learning the rules. Experience means learning the exceptions.
If you should get a well experienced thief. He can probably sniff out your guns within 60 seconds. They are real savvy on where people hide things.
People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence in their behalf. - George Orwell
Guns are in the safes, but I have too many holsters & ammo. That stuff won't fit in my safes with the guns!
If the BGs were to even find us, they would still have to deal with the dogs & armed home owners! When we're not home, the dogs still are!.....& they don't like unwelcome company.
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