what would you do

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  1. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    what would you do if someone came to your house and wanted to steel money from you and or stuff of value from you?
  2. Marlin T

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    First off they wouldn't be demanding anything before getting a firearm leveled at them.
    Trespassers ARE NOT TOLERATED!
  3. johnlives4christ

    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    if i caught them in the act i would relieve them of their money/guns and let them leave telling them if they ever come back i would relieve them of their burden to breathe.
  4. armedandsafe

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    Same thing I did last time. That was about 15 years ago, and I think one of them will be getting out in just a bitl.

    Pops
  5. OBrien

    OBrien New Member

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    Call them an ambulance.
  6. Big ugly

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    Pending on how many there are. I belive I would have the wife hold them at gun point While I shoot their boy pats full of hole with those damn darts the wife used on my butt
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    In Florida we put big holes in their mangy hide!!!:)
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    Thanks for the laugh, but can you come clean my screen for me! :eek: :D :D Diet Coke gets kinda sticky.
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    Depends! If I caught them at the door, I'ld send em packing. If I caught them in the house, the only packing that would be done would be by the grave digger.:eek:
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    I'd invite them in and offer them some almond cookies or some elderberry wine :rolleyes:
  11. ARB

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    Run out the backdoor screaming for the cops to help. Oh wait, Missouri has the "Castle Doctrine".
  12. Bobitis

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    Wait, I'm on the second floor.:eek:
    Oh yeah. Washington has the Castle Doctrine also.:D

    Even tho the cop shop is less than a minute away, I can open the safe in the same amount of time I can dial 911. And I don't have to wait.:cool:
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    It depends on how they expressed their wantonness. Wanting too and taking steps to do so are different matters.
  14. Bobitis

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    My home has been been burgaled twice.

    It's NOT a good feeling when you open the door to find your home has been ransacked and your belongings stolen.

    If I'm home, it will not happen again.
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    I have an infant in the house.

    I would have malice in my heart and a 12 gauge in my hands. I would tell their grieving families where they could find the word "sympathy" in the dictionary afterward.
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    Let the dogs enjoy their new chew toy.
  17. Terry_P

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    To tell the truth I don't know. If I saw gun I would shoot, no warning no bs just bang, ... until they were neutralized. I keep my doors locked at night so it would have to be some form of breaking and entering which I suspect would put me in fear for my life and my wife's which is reasonable cause in NH. The problem is regardless of the outcome it will be a financial drain defending yourself in court. Even if it is a justifiable shooting there are bound to be civil suits for shooting the poor misunderstood child that was simply in the wrong home.
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    Shoot first, identify later.
  19. Thomas_1

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    Tell my wife that the Government Tax Collectors are at the door again!
  20. ARB

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    The Castle Doctrine protects against civil suits. Is this not in effect up in NH yet?

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