Someone's Breaking In...

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Bob469, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. Bob469

    Bob469

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    You have both right by your side...

    Tactical pistol grip Shotty (Moss 500 / Rem 870) whatever you may have...

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    Your Glock

    I have both... And i feel like i will prolly always just grab the glock for some reason and leave the shotty behind... or maybe holster the glock and take the shotty...

    Been pondering the idea last day or two... What do you guys do ? or Have Done ? or Will Do ? lol
     
  2. MaximaDrvr

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    I would ditch the pistol grip for a real stock on the Shot gun....

    The rest depends on floor plan for me.
     

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    I'll take the shotgun over any handgun caliber.
     
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    Always grabbing the long gun first if I have the opportunity.
     
  5. Dobie

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    Depends...no one else around to get caught in the blast of the buckshot, sure give me the guage. I would slip the 26 in my pocket still for back up.

    Other peps in the house that might catch friendly fire, Glock wins.
     
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    Shotgun first with the Glock in my pants Mex style.
     
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    Shotgun with Hornady Tap .00 Buck :cool:
     
  10. glock2740

    glock2740 Gun lover.

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    I do too...if I can get to it. I carry a pistol on me in my house(and everywhere else for that matter), so I'd already have a handgun on me, but I would have to get to the 870, and that would all depend on my location in the house at the time of the event.
     
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    Of the two I would take the pistol, however I would much rather have an AR15 in that scenario.
     
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    This..
     
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    Maybe try going with both? Would have a great psychological effect on the intruder I would assume. :2gun:

    No, really, go shotty, unless you feel your hallways or door spaces are too restrictive for dynamic use.
     
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    I would run to the store and buy a real stock. Then I would drive home and install on the 870, grab my G29 and stick it in my waistband, and proceed to take the shotgun and Glock to investigate.
     
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    12ga. trumps .40 cal. at close range. I'll take both just to be sure.
     
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    g20 w/ night sights and already chambered w/ +P, and be real quiet and slow as I go from room to room.
     
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    why wouldnt you take shotty? you dont really have to worry about aiming at all. You might get flustered with the pistol and shoot and miss or wahtever. shotty FTW
     
  18. GreyEclipse

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    12Gauge shotgun with #1shot loaded WITH 3-Point SLING!
    But I would definitely holster the handgun as a backup.

    I would definitely have to have the sling and a pistol in case I needed to drop the shotgun and go for my sidearm, just because walking around with a 18inch barrel sticking out can be a disadvantage. But that's just the idea.
    It ain't no movie so nothing is for certain but I'm more prepared than most.
    And I'm happy with that. :cool:
     
  19. Patrick Graham

    Patrick Graham Footlong Jr.

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    Having owned and shot a pistol gripped Mossy I'll take the Glock.

    Not that the mossy is a bad gun but I'd probably have something stupid in the tube like 3" mag 00 buck, even if I got the BG I'd have a sprained or broken wrist to contend with.
     
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  20. GreyEclipse

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    To engage someone in a house?...:whistling:
    If someone was inside my house, I would still go for a shotgun.
    A rifle round will just zing through most houses, even a 5.56 round.
    Either way there will be destruction but I'll go with the shotty. :supergrin: