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Just wondering if you blew someones head off in your bedroom, could you just clean it up and move on? Or would you always remember the brains on the wall?
jamz said:Kinda depends on the house, and wether it becomes haunted by the bad guy.
First time I hear geeettt ooouuuuuuutttt I'm gettin the motherfuck out.
Nose Nuggets said:if i owned a pistol i probably wouldent keep it locked and loaded next to my bed. i would probably keep the mag out of the gun and both next to one another under my matress or in the bed side table. locked and loaded seems a bit to risky.
The owners manual for my PT1911 had some mention of this... they said that while it's the safest in terms of weapons safety, when the weapon is used for defense only highly trained expert should have it completly unloaded. I think they don't want to be held responsible for when somebody gets killed while tryng to load their weapon while the bad guy is approaching.global said:put yourself here: someone busts into your room. you go for your gun... but you have to grab the mag, punch it in, then rack the slide before you get a round off. see how fast you can do that from a deep sleep
global said:put yourself here: someone busts into your room. you go for your gun... but you have to grab the mag, punch it in, then rack the slide before you get a round off. see how fast you can do that from a deep sleep
agreed, if lethal force is truly necessary then I see no reason why there would be any misgivings about acting accordingly, they did come into YOUR house after all.global said:stay. if someone puts you in a situation of where you have to take their life, it is not your fault. now granted you don't escalate the situation to make it one where deadly force is justified...
i think the bigger question is: who sleeps with a locked and loaded handgun next to them?