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woman thwarts burglars with shotgun

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by jp 19, Dec 10, 2011.


  1. aippi

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    They left out one important item in the description of the two, there are brown stains in their panties.

    Thanks for the post. It contributes to what I have been posting on here every time the subject comes up.
     
  2. Sgt. Rambo

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    Just posted the link to my Facebook asking the anti-gun liberals how this would have turned out without the gun. The paper assumed they were burglars.... to ignore a pit and a lab...they were determined scumbags.
     
  3. CrackerKen

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    Smart, and prepared, young lady. I think she has thought about contengency plans before. I think those two dirt bags will find other places to do burglaries.
     
  4. Aceman

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    Again - people like to push to the extreme "What if they are on PCP, and have already decided to rape and kill you, and there are ten of them, and they have practiced triangulating the sound of the rack against the beam of the light...."

    Almost all break-ins are for the intent of theft, and almost all thieves, given the opportunity of flight or POSSIBLE shooting, will leave. But you need to give them the option!

    The biggest sub category where this does not apply is criminal-on-criminal crimes. So, if you are a drug dealer, pimp, fence, etc...yes, then maybe you should keep on in the chamber, safety of and shoot at anything moving in the dark. I personally don't have that problem.

    I have just read way too many posts from guys who sound like they LIVE to sneak up on a BG and force a situation into deadly force. I hope it's just a bunch of big talkers. I can see no earthly reason why you would want that to happen. Unless they are also all the drug dealers, pimps, and fences...

    Good job on her part, as well as the chic on New Years.
     
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2012
  5. Good for her. Thanks for posting this here. Anywhere else, and you would hear "AR better than shotgun".
     
  6. Hour13

    Hour13 Tah-dah!

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    "CHIK-CLACK!"

    God I love that sound. I keep my 870 chambered, as I keep all my guns. But that is for the off-chance that the intruder is rushing me, and every second counts. But if I know somebody is in the house, but are not an immediate threat...

    I'll rack that bastard, it's 7+1, I don't mind flipping one out onto the floor. I'd rather the slimeball run away with a steaming load in his pants, than have to clean up the mess that 00 buck would make of him.

    I won't hesitate to ventilate someone I consider a threat to me or mine, but if I don't need to, all the better.