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What is your home defense gun and why?

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Security is a necessity, I carry a New Glock 43 (it always sleeps next to me at night, within 8 - 10 inches away), with the magazine extension and grip, for two extra rounds provides ample firepower for my needs. I only use Hornady Critical Defense Ammunition and I carry always, background in law enforcement. I use Lawman Ammo for Target use. I also have next to my side of the bed a Remmington short barrel 20 ga. and my wife has a 380 Pistol on her side. I'm new, I gonna sell my .40/.357 and maybe 9mm as well. I have a hankering to sell some of my weapons.
 
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Depending on how the dog (100-pound Rhodesian Ridgeback) launches, Normal night response is a 12 Ga with mounted light starting with #4 Buckshot (1Rd) 00 Buckshot (1 Rd), Both Rds of buckshot Federal Flightcontrol wad. Followed with as many slugs as it will hold. Daylight response would be long guns AR, FN, or Gailil with optics. Always sidearm backup. Due to the job may weapons available including HK full auto in three calibers with suppressors.
 
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Judge. Easy to turn and move with, wont go through too many walls, (410) and I dont have to be the most accurate guy on the block. Additionally, it's shorter, smaller than any rifle and therefore will easily fit on the night stand. Were I living with no neighbors nearby I'd perhaps have other choices.
 
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I feel it's better to negotiate with a murderer or rapist in your bedroom, as opposed to ventilating him through and through with several .45ACP bullets. But criminals are stupid and may not understand the word "negotiate," so I think it's best to just advance directly to the pistol's way of discussing things and be done with the miserable batsard...
 

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