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Do you disarm when you get home?

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    When I get home from work, the Taurus M85 remains in my briefcase near the front door, and a KT P32 remains in my RF pants pocket until I go to bed. While reading the paper and watching TV, there is often a Taurus PT111 in the chair with me.
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    My Gun stays on my hip from morning to going to bed. When im sleeping it is on my night stand. And my shotgun is always ready to go when I am home also. and all are chambered ready to go.

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    I may unholster and change into sweats or whatever, but I'm never unarmed. I always have at least 1 pistol within arms reach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puncho View Post
    Home invasions are now committed by two or more bad guys, a tactical rile is a great advantage for a out numbered home defender....

    I agree or a scattergun, thats accessible.

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    there is always a tool of defense nearby for me. I dont usually wear around the house. I will get early warning if someone tries to get in since they have to either kick a door in or break a window. I have time to run 20 feet and get my 12 or my 1911 or shtf black gun.
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    I don't tote at home. Home invasions would still be risky here.

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    I don't carry for a living as LEO do.

    Just CHL and carry all the time.

    If I'm awake I'm carring and if I'm asleep I can put my hand on firearm with out getting out of bed.
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    I come into the house and pull off my Glock 27 in an iwb and put it the day safe and pull my keltec p3at from an ankle holster to a pocket holster.
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    I'll take my sidearm off some of the time, but it's pretty close when I do.

    When I get tired of toting it around, I'll take it off. Sometimes it'll stay on all day. Guess it depends on my mood and what chores I've got left to do.
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    I wear it right up til bed, then it goes in the lock box right next to my bed.

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    I only remove my BUG. I carry OWB all the time even when I am already home...until I go to bed at night...especially in this weather it is easy to conceal/carry.
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    No, i do not. 100% of home invasions happen in the home.
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    Nope, no way. I still carry at home. I just relax a bit more...
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    only after I hit the sack. Then in arms reach
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    I sometimes arm when I GET home.

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