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    My left thumb, because my right thumb could kill the BG...Oh yeah, my 2 house dogs: rottweilers.
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    First off the jokes are good!

    Glenn thanks for the tip on the Pepper Spray -- I think that is the way to go until I can stage a firearm in all rooms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    ...in my hallway upstairs we have several guitars hanging on display (signed by bands, we purchased at charity auctions. Kinda like the old cartoon Quickdraw McGraw "el Kabong!" (OK, who remembers that one?)
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    I live in a small house. I have guns hidden, but quickly accessible, in my garage, upstairs, and basement. Gun in my nightstand, guns in my desk, knives in the kitchen, that leaves the dining room and living room, which are only steps from where I have guns. Some heavy objects would suffice if I couldn't make it to a gun.

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    I've gotten in the habit of having my walking cane with me at all times - not because I need it, because it can be quite effective. Like everyone else here, a firearm is never too far away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MoreGoodGuy View Post
    What type of event would cause my firearms to suddenly disappear from the rooms where they are staged?

    Living room - Colt
    Kitchen - Taurus
    Office - Ruger
    Bedroom - Beretta
    Bathroom...Oh wait! I don't have any firearms in my house
    let me guess you were in a bad boating accident also?

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    I think anyone getting in my Garage is going to get hurt just trying to get back out.... just sayin'

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    Kitchen: Knives, pans, chairs, leftovers, myself
    Living room: Blankets, cordless phone (tell him he better make the call), laptop, TV remote control (wait, I ain't throwing that), lamps, 2 women in my house so there are always shoes laying around, myself
    Bathroom: Aerosol cans, toothbrush, toilet tank lid, toilet brush, towel bar, myself
    Garage: Various tools, wasp spray, other chemicals
    Bedroom: More shoes, pillows, blankets, alarm clock, dirty laundry, knife, flashlight, GLOCK 19 sleeping with one eye open, myself
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    Bathroom: Toilet lid as a shield, and plunger as a weapon.

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    Ahh, the possibilities... the cup of boiling water I just got done brewing for tea. The dishes in the dish washer. The lamps on the tables, the telephones, kitchen knives, the flower vase on the coffee table, my son's chairs, the metal Christmas tree candle holder, the toy box full of trucks, the toy box full of wooden blocks, the computers, the crock pot, the parts for the vacuum cleaner, 5 gallons of salt water... shall I go on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GunGeezer View Post
    . I only shower while the wife stands guard.
    Let us hope she doesn't go somewhere for a few weeks without you.
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    Clorox in the eyes will do the trick or wasp spray.
    The police are not there to protect you from crime, they are there to arrest the guy after the crime has been committed, assuming they find him. It is your responsibility to protect yourself and your family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    Ahh, the possibilities... the cup of boiling water I just got done brewing for tea. The dishes in the dish washer. The lamps on the tables, the telephones, kitchen knives, the flower vase on the coffee table, my son's chairs, the metal Christmas tree candle holder, the toy box full of trucks, the toy box full of wooden blocks, the computers, the crock pot, the parts for the vacuum cleaner, 5 gallons of salt water... shall I go on?
    Those wooden blocks hurt bad. I've stepped on a few myself...

    "To me, it's a good idea to always carry two sacks of something
    when you walk around. That way, if anybody says, 'Hey, can you
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    Also - if you have the sacks, you could throw them at someone, to distract them maybe.

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    I always have a handgun with me, and yes, a Ruger P944 is always only 2 feet away when i shower. If i should ever be without a pistol i have a photo of Nancy Polosi to use as a last resort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjs1945 View Post
    I always have a handgun with me, and yes, a Ruger P944 is always only 2 feet away when i shower. If i should ever be without a pistol i have a photo of Nancy Polosi to use as a last resort.
    Threatening anyone with a picture of N.P., could be considered a terrorists threat, and a forum no-no. ?? Also, cruel and unusual punishment. I like it!!

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