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Old April 24, 2012, 11:01 PM   #56
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The best defense is a good offense - harden the home, prevent the break in from the first place, get a good dog, thorny bushes, etc., but if they still want to break in and possibly cause harm, take no prisoners - never shoot to wound - THAT will get you jail and sued faster than killing them
The way I see it, I am getting to be better than a poor shot, but am far from being a great shot and if I ever have to shoot I shoot to stop the threat. Given the likelihood that shooting under extreme pressure, so far those orange clays haven't fired back although I have been wounded by some clay splinters, that means COM.

As for hardening the home, last week I installed additonal exterior lighting and the beagle is good for one thing, howling.
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