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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    Welcome from Delaware!
    Greetings fellow delawarian

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    Welcome to the forum!
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    Welcome from Wisconsin>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyntonstu View Post
    I have carried for many years.

    I build copper air rifles capable of shooting a 3-1/2" 10p nail and tail (180 grains) at 900 fps. No worry about any gun laws.
    Are these copper air rifles single shot or Repeaters? Have you got one that is BELT FED??
    Firing a suppressed is on my Bucket List.

    I'm just a spoke in the wheel but not a big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyntonstu View Post
    I agree with you that protecting the kids is the most important thing.

    I trained my kids what to do in the case of a fire.

    Everyone should run to the protected corner if an intruder comes in.

    In your case, the defensive setup could be at the top of the stairs.

    Without the steel, an armed attacker could fire back and penetrate the usual house construction.

    The situation that you described would seem normal.

    However, if an attacker saw a barrel sticking out of a slit in steel panels, he would leave a slippery brown trail behind him as he flees your house.


    Also, once behind the bullet resistant barrier (say level 3), there could be an escape hatch as well as cell phones, sirens, gas dispensers, etc.

    My concept is that a "safe" room looks to the attacker like a challenge to solve, much like a money safe.

    A defensive angled shield that shoots back becomes a very formidable opponent.

    When the hinged steel doors are flat against the walls, they could have a wood face with pictures, wallpaper, etc. and not look too shabby.
    Not to burst your bubble but the WHOLE IDEA OF A SAFE ROOM or Panic Room is that IT IS IMPERVIOUS TO ATTACK. The next time you wanna rent a movie Rent PANIC ROOM w/Jodie Foster. It should give you a couple hundred ideas.
    Firing a suppressed is on my Bucket List.

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