the last question I asked about what people would do if they heard someone breaking into their home was encouraged by a show I was watching where a couple was awoken to kids breaking into their home and the guy telling his wife to call the police while he goes to see what's going on. he grabbed a bat on his way out the room, attempted to swing at one of them, was blocked, then accidentally knocked over a bannister and died when he hit the floor below. a very cliché outcome in movies/tv show. the thing that's always bothered me by these scenes is that the women are always fine with potentially sending their husbands off to be killed instead of staying together in their locked bedroom, calling the police, and attacking them if they attempt to enter. personally, unless I were in a household with others, in particular kids, in another room, I'd stay put. I see no point in encouraging violence.
anyway, I did a little google search out of curiosity what is suggested online and found some information on saferooms.
- yes, I have one in my home.Vote A
- no, I don't have one in my home.Vote B
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Every room I am in my house is a safe room. I get up put my clothes on. Put my gun in my waist. Walk to the kitchen and make coffee and enjoy my freedom.
Will i ever need to use my gun? Probably not but i like to have the option to have the advantage over an intruder.0