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beastlytaco 07-01-2008 07:06 PM

Breaking and entering
 
i had some guy break into my house a couple months ago and i went for my bayonet/ field knife but he was already at his truck any suggestions on a well made inexpensive gun for self defense

tacomaman06 07-01-2008 07:08 PM

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Originally Posted by beastlytaco (Post 120353)
i had some guy break into my house a couple months ago and i went for my bayonet/ field knife but he was already at his truck any suggestions on a well made inexpensive gun for self defense

get yourself a mossberg 500 from walmart!! good price, and with some #4 bird shot.......or any buckshot...........sumbitch wont get away too easy. when someone hears the pump on a shotgun........they are gonna freeze....its an unmistakable sound.

chris4x4 07-01-2008 07:10 PM

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Originally Posted by tacomaman06 (Post 120356)
get yourself a mossberg 500 from walmart!! good price, and with some #4 bird shot.......or any buckshot...........sumbitch wont get away too easy. when someone hears the pump on a shotgun........they are gonna freeze....its an unmistakable sound.

X2!

tigerfan00 07-01-2008 07:13 PM

x3

but stick with birdshot

doesnt penetrate walls as easily but will still embed itself firmly in the jerks backside

tacomaman06 07-01-2008 07:17 PM

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Originally Posted by tigerfan00 (Post 120362)
x3

but stick with birdshot

doesnt penetrate walls as easily but will still embed itself firmly in the jerks backside

yeah......birdshot will still get the job done, and its a little safer. as for myself.......someone breaks into my house, he's a goner!!! i dont deal well with crap like that.

tigerfan00 07-01-2008 07:19 PM

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Originally Posted by tacomaman06 (Post 120368)
yeah......birdshot will still get the job done, and its a little safer. as for myself.......someone breaks into my house, he's a goner!!! i dont deal well with crap like that.

here too...

unless he breaks in driving a tank...my roommate owns more guns than i do

tacomaman06 07-01-2008 07:23 PM

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Originally Posted by tigerfan00 (Post 120372)
here too...

unless he breaks in driving a tank...my roommate owns more guns than i do

hell yeah. i have enough ammo and guns here with me to make a few wish they didnt break in. i even have my compound bow and arrows......if they make a run, and im outta bullets, i can hit them running up to 40 yards!!! those broadheads i use will make em' wish i they hadnt ran.:D

Ridgerunner 07-01-2008 07:24 PM

Do they still sell salt rounds? He gets shot with those it adds 'salt to the wound'...literally:D

tigerfan00 07-01-2008 07:25 PM

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Originally Posted by tacomaman06 (Post 120375)
hell yeah. i have enough ammo and guns here with me to make a few wish they didnt break in. i even have my compound bow and arrows......if they make a run, and im outta bullets, i can hit them running up to 40 yards!!! those broadheads i use will make em' wish i they hadnt ran.:D

ouch...

i dont give them time to run...im cocked, locked and ready to roll :D

both the glock and xd have a round in the chamber and the shotgun is rack ready if shit gets heavy

i dont keep a lot of rounds...but i have enough for the magazines i have...i buy a box with intentions of holding onto it but then i look at it and go to the range and practice

tigerfan00 07-01-2008 07:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Ridgerunner (Post 120379)
Do they still sell salt rounds? He gets shot with those it adds 'salt to the wound'...literally:D

unsure about salt rounds...but my buddy keeps his mossberg 590 loaded with an assortment of rounds that include both OC spray (yes it comes in a 12 gauge) and rubber pellets...with a couple loads of 00 buck just in case

chris4x4 07-01-2008 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Ridgerunner (Post 120379)
Do they still sell salt rounds? He gets shot with those it adds 'salt to the wound'...literally:D

No, bu you can make them! :D

tacomaman06 07-01-2008 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by tigerfan00 (Post 120380)
ouch...

i dont give them time to run...im cocked, locked and ready to roll :D

both the glock and xd have a round in the chamber and the shotgun is rack ready if shit gets heavy

i dont keep a lot of rounds...but i have enough for the magazines i have...i buy a box with intentions of holding onto it but then i look at it and go to the range and practice

i have a charter arms .38 special police undercover that i keep loaded with some hot 115 grain jacketed hollowpoints.......they are pretty damn stout. i also keep a .22 11 round handgun there too, but you cant hit the broadside of a barn at 20 ft with it:D.......then again, i keep my mossberg 88 maverick(close to the 500) loaded in the closet, and my .410 and .270 aint too far away. it takes too long to load my .50 cal. cva, but it would be a doozy!!

tigerfan00 07-01-2008 07:36 PM

glock and xd are loaded with winchester ranger sxt .40

i forget what the mossberg has in it...

i can get to the glock before you even know im awake + nightsights = dont come in my room at night

tacomaman06 07-01-2008 07:38 PM

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Originally Posted by tigerfan00 (Post 120394)
glock and xd are loaded with winchester ranger sxt .40

i forget what the mossberg has in it...

i can get to the glock before you even know im awake + nightsights = dont come in my room at night

sweet!!! im probably gonna buy myself a .40 or something pretty soon.

Imrubicon 07-01-2008 07:41 PM

Springfield XD 45 works wonders at making only one side of the story

Zebra 07-02-2008 01:15 PM

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Originally Posted by tacomaman06 (Post 120375)
i can hit them running up to 40 yards!!! those broadheads i use will make em' wish i they hadnt ran.:D

hitting em with a 12 ga remington copper solid round usually has the same effect.

klown 07-02-2008 01:29 PM

Get a doberman, he won't even enter the yard with the alertness of a doberman. You won't even have to be in a position to shoot anybody with a doberman.

eordonez 07-02-2008 01:33 PM

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Originally Posted by klown (Post 120854)
Get a doberman, he won't even enter the yard with the alertness of a doberman. You won't even have to be in a position to shoot anybody with a doberman.

Congrats klown... thats actually a good post for your 500 posts

klown 07-02-2008 01:39 PM

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Originally Posted by eordonez (Post 120860)
Congrats klown... thats actually a good post for your 500 posts

Well you know you gotta do what you gotta do now :D

luk8272 07-02-2008 01:56 PM

I'm too hostile to have a gun, I'll shoot someone. Cops told me to just use my knives.


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