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Old 04-27-2013, 16:57   #21
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ahhhhh.... i know what you are saying....but you are talking about people that
practice and "Know" what they are doing..

Clearing you home> IMHO is a NO-NO unless you need to get to kid/or someone...and
even then you need to practice!!! and then Practice!!! some more and even after that
i would tell someone to let the badguy come to them...

Get your firearm> hunker down> call 911> let them know you have a firearm/what
you look like/wearing and so on... i can go on with alot of things you should do
but IMHO walking around in your home at nite with a gun looking for the bad guy will
lead at times to Trouble.... too many things can go wrong...

Again we are talking about the AVG home owner... not spec ops personal .....
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