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I read the article on the first woman and thought, she needs more range time.
She shot the dude five times with a .38 and he didn't die.

If my old lady had shot him and he didn't die, she would have picked up either the double bit ax or the machete and finished him off.

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They always say people don't go down when shot like the movies but dang.. 5 to the face and neck? They must have been soft lead low grain practice ammo? I have shot some 38 special out of my 357 and it had some umph to it.

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At that range anything but a .22 would simply ventilate him, and he wouldn't have taken any of the shock energy that kills.
Amazing she could hit him five times and miss everything vital.

I wonder how many years until he's paroled again.

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That's why I keep my .357 magnum in the safe and my glock 30 (.45) loaded and ready 10+1 and another clip loaded.
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I read that story to my wife last night b/c I thought is was awesome but I have to wonder if she was using a .380 and they are reporting it incorrectly as a .38, I just can't see taking 5 to the face at close range from a .38 with ANY type of bullet and then being able to leave the house.


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I read that story to my wife last night b/c I thought is was awesome but I have to wonder if she was using a .380 and they are reporting it incorrectly as a .38, I just can't see taking 5 to the face at close range from a .38 with ANY type of bullet and then being able to leave the house.
I also showed that to my wife, because she kept saying that guns are bad.. blah blah blah.. and I asked her, what would you have done knowing the guns are there and there's a possibility that the intruder would kill our children & then possibly rape/kill you also...
now she's starting to understand why i have guns and now she wants to go and do some practice with them

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Do you have kids?
my son is 18months old and we are 18 weeks pregnant. The gun is not in plain sight, but my head board has "hidden" compartments. And a few other guns are in the house, one is in the master bathroom.
I instructed my wife that if someone were to break in, I'd want her & my son (and daughter next year) to lock the MB door, and run to the MB Bathroom, lock that door. If somehow they get to you, then just unload...

I'm sure that this is a conversation all men should have with their wives and children...
to be prepared and have some sort of measure put in place for the worst case scenario....



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IMHO she should have finished him. He will probably sue her

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I was taught from a very young age to double-tap, and don't leave the intruders wounded.
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Oh boy...here we go.

Wonder if the chic that put 5 holes in that guy went to a safe and unlocked it, so she could retrieve the .38?

Would you agree that it is ok to keep a weapon in a "safe" location, I.e. not a gun safe, but an area in the house that is dedicated as a fall back and defend location?
I always kept weapons available but away from my kids.
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I also showed that to my wife, because she kept saying that guns are bad.. blah blah blah.. and I asked her, what would you have done knowing the guns are there and there's a possibility that the intruder would kill our children & then possibly rape/kill you also...
now she's starting to understand why i have guns and now she wants to go and do some practice with them



my son is 18months old and we are 18 weeks pregnant. The gun is not in plain sight, but my head board has "hidden" compartments. And a few other guns are in the house, one is in the master bathroom.
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I'm sure that this is a conversation all men should have with their wives and children...
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At the very least, she needs access to a shotgun in the fall back room.

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I also showed that to my wife, because she kept saying that guns are bad.. blah blah blah.. and I asked her, what would you have done knowing the guns are there and there's a possibility that the intruder would kill our children & then possibly rape/kill you also...
now she's starting to understand why i have guns and now she wants to go and do some practice with them
It's good that she may be changing her opinion a bit. My philosophy is that if you have guns in the house then EVERYONE (excluding small children) should be proficient enough to hit something (i.e., someone) at close range and really know what it feels like to fire the weapon (any and all weapons in the house) so there are no surprises. Hopefully, none of us go looking for trouble but if trouble finds itself in my house then I would like to think the tables will quickly be turned.


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I always kept weapons available but away from my kids.
I can't imagine running to a gun safe or getting a gun out of of a box when someone is in my house.
I only have one child and he is now 10 and while I consider myself to be intimately familiar with firearms I only own three of them. The 30.06 is locked in the safe. The Glock 32 is in the closet, at the very top of the top shelf, out of site but reachable by myself or my wife and the .380 is in my waistband almost 24 hrs per day. My son is VERY aware that he is not to play with guns other than his BB gun (and even then he knows that he had better be following the safety rules) and he is also NEVER alone in the house and has no idea the Glock is in the closet. If someone knocks down my door, the first thing they will encounter is a 145 pound Mastiff but after that they are certainly going to regret their decision whether I am home or only my wife.


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