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Home Invasions Reaching New Levels of Violence - Do You Carry In-Home?

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    Trouble doesn't make an appointment.............
    Why did the Moron buy a ladder...... he's takin' his case to a higher court.

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    Do not hear about home invasion in my area as much as other areas here in Central Florida. Yes I carry at home.
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    I put one of my EDC guns on when I get dressed in the morning and it stays on until I go to bed at night. Whether in the house, in the car, at Walmart, doesn't matter, I am packing.

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    Who does not carry at home and why not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxHeavy View Post
    Trouble doesn't make an appointment.............
    Heck, we're born into it. One doesn't need to look past the family for trouble - as a matter of degree, of course.
    There is a solution but we are not Jedi... not yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Who does not carry at home and why not?
    I'm fenced in. To where shall I lead my principals?
    There is a solution but we are not Jedi... not yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PO54yo View Post
    I like your thinking. One has to think "Layers of defense", which starts with the doors and windows...
    Layers of defense. I like this one too, courtesy of @LimaCharlie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Who does not carry at home and why not?
    I don't carry at home for several reasons, my back being the main reason. Most times I can barely get out of my recliner, and wearing a gun and holster on my side just isn't going to happen. That doesn't mean I'm defenseless. I've managed to be safe for many years without a gun on my side; I think I can manage a few more. Besides, someone busting in and filling me full of holes would most likely put me out of my misery. Yeah, it's that bad.

    Carrying a gun when and where is an individual choice and far from being under anyone else's scrutiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joezilla View Post
    I put one of my EDC guns on when I get dressed in the morning and it stays on until I go to bed at night. Whether in the house, in the car, at Walmart, doesn't matter, I am packing.

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    Same here.
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    Nope. When I'm lounging around the house in my boxers I don't make it a point to carry a firearm on my person. I've even been know to stroll out to the mail box with out a gun on my person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    I don't carry at home for several reasons, my back being the main reason. Most times I can barely get out of my recliner, and wearing a gun and holster on my side just isn't going to happen. That doesn't mean I'm defenseless. I've managed to be safe for many years without a gun on my side; I think I can manage a few more. Besides, someone busting in and filling me full of holes would most likely put me out of my misery. Yeah, it's that bad.

    Carrying a gun when and where is an individual choice and far from being under anyone else's scrutiny.
    It's OK, O.V. Go ahead and do it - We're your friends (if you have any) and we've got your back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhaedrusIV View Post
    It's OK, O.V. Go ahead and do it - We're your friends (if you have any) and we've got your back.
    Like I'd trust you behind me...
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    It is an indisputable fact, 100% of home invasions.......happen in the home.......case CLOSED.
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    Guns in the home won't do you much good if they are locked up. If grand kids are coming over guns that are not on my person are locked away.
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    I have a 85lb GSD to give me early warning to get to one of my stowed weapons.

    And he doesn't like visitors. Most of all unexpected ones. And he's extremely protective of his mummie.
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