Home security systems/weapons???

Re: Home security systems/weapons???

PostBy: AA130FIREMAN On: Wed Jan 11, 2012 1:41 pm

Rob R. wrote:All jokes aside, I think it is pretty tough to know how you would handle that situation unless you had lived through it.
YES, that is what I'm trying to say. Even when you have time to think ,not under stress and wide awake, it's hard to give an answer, let alone in the middle of the night unexpected. Hunting season, I can put um down range to split a fly's hind quarter in 2, but yet miss a running deer, not often, but it has happened. Later I think, I sould of waited till the deer stop running, and a 200yrd shot should be been made off hand. Shooting across a field, you need to remember where the farm buildings are, let alone in your home with the family.
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Re: Home security systems/weapons???

PostBy: Rick 386 On: Thu Jan 12, 2012 9:46 am

AA130FIREMAN wrote:I give this case to all, YOU have a garage un-attached the the house, it's saturday night at midnight, you are awake, lights on, and your alarm goes off. WHAT WOULD YOU DO ??????? And how many minutes did it take for you to come up with the answer ????????


I guess for me it depends on what is in the garage.

Now if I had just put my brand new snowmobile or ATV in there that I just picked up from the dealer that afternoon............................. :box: :rambo2:

If the only thing in there was old paint cans and junk, watch to make sure they get all of the junk out of there before leaving. And then call 911 and tell them they left going in the other direction. :whistle:



Rick
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