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Old December 1, 2004, 01:29 AM   #6
Chiram2003
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Join Date: December 1, 2004
Location: Camden, AR
Posts: 109
While it has been a while since I was in any situation like this, I did find that when it did happen (and only happened once), I was prepared. Unlike most people, though, I do not rely on pistols. I rely on a good old fashioned Mossberg 500 with a pistol grip. I know, not nearly subtle, but no one mistakes the sound of a pump shotgun chambering a round. Anyway, with the proper placement of the Stinger (surprisingly fits well in the groove of the barrel and magazine tube), I was off. Unfortunately, it was my wife coming in from the store. Did I check to see if she had awakened from the noise? No. Should I have? A debate for later in life...mainly if I ever see her again. Completely different series of events. But, the point. Quick timing, quick thinking, and preparedness will prevail, even from the slumber of 2am.
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