people outside of my window at 12:30 at night

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    "I agree 100%....the thought of staying in the house never crossed my mind. I let anger override logic. Thanks for the advice!"

    In the past I have done exactly the same thing that you did.
    It is tough advice to follow because the normal human inclination is to want to investigate who exactly is tresspassing on your property and WHY.

    Now a days I try hard follow my own common sense advice.

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    Had something similar years ago...........about 3:30AM My wife wakes me saying she hears men talking outside our bedroom window. I wake and hear one of them say" I don't want to go in there now and have to fight someone". With that I had here call it in while I sat in our livingroom in the dark between the fornt door and our deck door with my 12 Ga.......just waitin' for their entrance.

    No takers.............the police arrived and secured the property outside.

    I would never keep a gun in a safe at night...............always on the night stand next to me with the flashlight and phone. My wife learned then about "When seconds count and the police are minutes away".

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    i would not flash people out side my house with a flashlight, that maybe asking for trouble. i would rather turn on a house light that they can clearly see from the front of the house like the kitchen or such.

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    Zacii,I was on the couch in the living room and my safe is in the bedroom. There will be an xd close by tonight and for the foreseeable future.
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