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    http://wbck.ils-bc.com/index.taf?event_id=1388

    I've had the discussion with people I work with and other friends of mine, that a gun upstairs in your dresser drawer does you no good when the BGs bust in your door while you're sitting on the toilet.

    Carry in your home, carry whenever legally possible.

    This is another reason why I think OC is so important in Michigan in that by OCing w/CPL we are legally allowed to be armed in more places thanOCing w/o CPL or CCing.

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    When I'm home, I'm armed all the time. I carry from the time I wake up, to the time I go to sleep. Why do something halfway?
    "Fault always lies in the same place, my fine babies: with him weak enough to lay blame." - Cort

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    Taurus850CIA wrote:
    When I'm home, I'm armed all the time. I carry from the time I wake up, to the time I go to sleep. Why do something halfway?
    amen if you bust in to the crapper when im crappin you might crap yourself

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    If your going to get busted in on, the crapper is probably the best place to be, in terms of not ruining any clothing :what:
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    Not completely though....I may get so excited about putting a BG out of business....
    I wouldn't be able to stand up...:P

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    WARCHILD wrote:
    Not completely though....I may get so excited about putting a BG out of business....
    I wouldn't be able to stand up...:P
    Just make sure your wife/gf is home to take care of that before you call the LEO's :celebrate
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    WARCHILD wrote:
    Not completely though....I may get so excited about putting a BG out of business....
    I wouldn't be able to stand up...:P
    If you knew the attack was going to happen enough in advance for you to take a Viagra you could just avoid it altogether :P

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    cabman1 wrote:
    amen if you bust in to the crapper when im crappin you might crap yourself
    In Dave Lowry's book Autumn Lightining: The Education of an American Samurai, he talks about how he was taught that samuraiwould remove one leg from their pants while sitting to go to the bathroom. That way if they were attacked in that vulnerable position they could still maneuver without having their feet tangled up.

    If you're interested in the classical Japanese martial arts it's a great book.

    Bronson
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