Three and a half years ago, I had a moment of weakness, and bought a house built in 1956. The fifty year old trees shading it were a big selling point. Till the first Fall. When softball sized hedge apples drop 30 feet to the roof. Sounds like someone kicking in the door. The first time I ran through the house with an 870, a Streamlight, and two excited dogs, was an adrenilin rush. Two or three apples later, when it bounced a couple times, and I saw it hit the ground outside the atrium, I mellowed out. But three years later, when one hits the roof at 11 pm, I still dang near toss the laptop across the room. And the dogs are just as excited as the first time. Should I just load the 10/22 with CCI Stingers, and blast them off the limbs?