I carry IN THE HOUSE now....THANKS(LOL)

This is a discussion on I carry IN THE HOUSE now....THANKS(LOL) within the Home (And Away From Home) Defense Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by glockrocker Just make sure it stays with you in the Head,worst place to be caught with your pants down.I have 2 dedicated ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by glockrocker View Post
    Just make sure it stays with you in the Head,worst place to be caught with your pants down.I have 2 dedicated mossberg mavericks in both b-rooms beside the toilets,"Just Saying"!!!
    Do you put your extra toilet paper rolls on the barrels of those Mavericks? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    Do you put your extra toilet paper rolls on the barrels of those Mavericks? LOL
    That would make it easier to clean up after the SHTF.
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    I carry in the house now thanks to this forum. I have learned a great deal of information here as a result of being a member.
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    Since i cant carry outside of the home, yet, i figure it is a good way to get used to carrying to do it in my home...my iwb and walther ppq fit so well on my hip that i am starting to forget i am wearing it...

    and like many of you have pointed out, 100% of home invasions happen at home...so i say why not!

    i just wish my state allowed its law abididng citizens to carry...last time i checked bad guys dont follow concealed carry laws!!

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    Smart ! You said the police are proactive and now you are as well! 24/7
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    Quote Originally Posted by INccwchris View Post
    be careful with the gun under the pillow trick
    +1 on this
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    Quote Originally Posted by diablos30 View Post
    my wife still thinks im crazy for carrying around the house. odd since one of her friends had a pistol pulled on her at the local walmart...but i guess those things only happen to other people and never at home.
    I don't own yet but I'm planning on it after some training. I've gotten some push back from my wife. I'll prevail but she's going to really think I've gone off the deep end if I start carrying in the house. After all, "We live in a safe neighborhood." and "We have a security system." Yeah, right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atcs2152 View Post
    I don't own yet but I'm planning on it after some training. I've gotten some push back from my wife. I'll prevail but she's going to really think I've gone off the deep end if I start carrying in the house. After all, "We live in a safe neighborhood." and "We have a security system." Yeah, right.
    My wife used to be the same way. We live in a really nice neighborhood and I think she was under the impression that crime only happens in the ghetto. Just tell your wife that 100% of the time home invasions happen in the home, haha
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    We have a few of these scattered about. You never know where you'll be during a home invasion.
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    Also due to reading this forum as well as having a Sherriff warn my wife that there have been burglaries in our neighborhood has me now wearing by XD around the house as well. I also have a loaded German Shepard formy first line of defense.

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    Most of the time the poor don't rob from the poor, they come to the nicer neighborhoods or those who have something someone else wants. You don't pick when you get to be a victim. Always best to be prepared for any situation. Heck we've even had cops houses robbed here in Columbus no one is safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCF View Post
    Most of the time the poor don't rob from the poor, they come to the nicer neighborhoods or those who have something someone else wants. You don't pick when you get to be a victim. Always best to be prepared for any situation. Heck we've even had cops houses robbed here in Columbus no one is safe.
    Actually, thieves do rob the poor. A poor thief is a bad thief. Thieves rob the poor because the poor are easy victims. They can't afford elaborate security systems. They don't have any influence with local officials. They don't live in gated communities. The poor, the elderly pensioner with nothing but a social security check, are easy targets. Thieves follow the path of least resistance. If they actually wanted to work, they would have honest jobs.
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    I guess a thief is a thief no matter what you do or where you live, rich or poor. Some are just better then others or just want a big score regardless of who or where it is.

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