Hi yall, long time since being on here! Anywho, we've had a lot of grizzly activity in our housing area this spring (Grand Teton National Park). One incident involved a bear trying to push through a back door with my coworker's wife and two young kids inside. That particular bear has since been put down. But I'm still left wondering how to handle a bear home invasion - pretty sure of how to handle one in the woods(bear spray to create space, then draw pistol and aim for the head if needed), but with everybody sleeping in separate bedrooms I do rack my brain trying to figure out how to handle a bear inside our house. I know they're strong enough to break through most exterior doors, so the all-glass backdoor would be a cinch for one. Any ideas on how to best handle such an incident?