No overreaction from my point of view. If it would have been a break-in any hesitation could have put you at a disadvantage.
You did a good job. Like several of the others said.
Me, I work at night and have to carry my FNP40 on duty. I get kind of worried about my mom being home alone. but she's got my 50lb pit bull to watch out for her until I get home in the morning.
Bravo Zulu. Chris.
Either shoot with the Big Dawgs or stay away from the range. FN Leads the Way!
Keeping it on target.
Always go with your gut feeling. Always be alert that it may be in fact a false alarm. Always think before you raise the weapon.
have not posted in awhile, but have acquired 2 more FNP's and 4 more Glocks. i really don't need anymore gun, but they are like Fritos. I know this thread is old but still relevant.. i always answer the door with a gun and if there is a noise outside, or the dogs hear something i don't, i'm condition yellow in a heartbeat.
Love the tag: When seconds count, the police are only minutes away" i have that sticker on the back of the cab of my truck.
Hmmmm maybe it's just me.... but I only see one thing wrong here.... You see in Texas all the way in your lock box is too far = ) haha jk. I do it too, some ass hole decided to throw a firework RIGHT out side of my door (It was just a single bang). So I did what I was trained to do and grabbed my gear and went out the door to look around..... Finally I saw the guy that did it and asked him about it, he said "Oh I was just playing with my fireworks..." I said at 1 am in the morning? You're lucky dude because I was vested up ready for a fight.... he was a bit freaked out. Oh well, I guess it's better to be alert than it is to be dead.
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