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Old 07-05-2008, 02:24 PM
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WHAT??????!!!!!!!!??????? Not only are you guys boatin fools...but you're gun crazy as well?!?!?!?! This is the greatest place EVER! LOL.
Not sure of the links off hand but for your low light encounters i'd def recommend trijicon or Crimson Trace sights! In the home i've got a few "toys" that stay hot and ready for any uninvited guests.....the S&W 357, with 7 shots of 300gr conical nose's stays tucked away at the computer desk, the S&W 99 in 40cal, holds 11 of federal's pers defense rounds with the hydro-shok nose, and fitted with factory installed laser sight is ALWAYS IWB anytime i leave the house! And incase those don't work, i've got a mossberg 20ga with an 18" barrel, sling, pistol grip, and crimson trace light system! It holds 5 in the tube, and 1 in the hole. MY personal preference for loads in this are the first 3 are #6 birdshot, and the final 3 are 00buck. Birdshot at close range WILL knock anyone down. And in a close quarter situation, when you're concerned about possible pass through into another room, or thru the perp...buckshot and slugs are just too much. You get a gut or face full of birdshot and you ain't doin sh!t!!!
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Another quick recomendation, for anyone who carries on the water....be sure it's a fully stainless! Many handguns are available in this and for the shotgun lovers out there, Mossberg makes a sweet stainless 12ga pump with a 24" barrel. It's called "The Mariner"! Check it out, it's worth it!
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Old 07-05-2008, 02:28 PM
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stepuncle shoots a home sawn-off Mossberg.

older with a wooden stock & grips.

its semi-auto though...went to the range and he shot (more like emptied it) from the hip no problem. then his wife did.

12 GA most defenitely.
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Old 07-05-2008, 03:22 PM
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I would have let him about half way in and then pistol whipped him until he was out cold and then let EMS take him out on a stretcher!!!
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This is what we use for an all around scare the sh!t out of the burglar.
Mossberg 590A1 in marine coat. Never had to shoot it other than practice thank goodness.
I read an article that ratcheting the slide on a shotgun is as much a deterrent as a boom.
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When I got my CW permit my instructor told me that the sound of a shell being pumped into the barrel of a shotgun is the most feared sound in the world.....I know I don't ever want to hear it outside of hunting season!!!



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I read an article that ratcheting the slide on a shotgun is as much a deterrent as a boom.
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45. cal glock works great
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I would have let him about half way in and then pistol whipped him until he was out cold and then let EMS take him out on a stretcher!!!
LOL!
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I would have let him about half way in and then pistol whipped him until he was out cold and then let EMS take him out on a stretcher!!!
CAPTAIN CHUCK I LIKE THAT IDEA JUST WHOOP THAT ASS!!!!!!!!!!!
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When I was a kid (2 or 3) a guy knocked on my door and when my mom opened it he tried to force his way in. The timing couldn't have been better on my dad's part because he was puling up to the house just as the guy was getting into the foyer.

He saw what was happening and commenced to beating the guy senseless with a piece of rebar he had in his truck!!!
Needless to say he was in the hospital for about a week before he went to jail.

My dad loves to tell that story and it never gets old!!!

And that is where I get my mentality from....
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