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How would you protect yourself if a mob comes to protest at your home

This is a discussion on How would you protect yourself if a mob comes to protest at your home within the Hand to Hand Combat and Self Defense forums, part of the Weapons, Protection, Self Defense, Hand to Hand Combat category; Could call the neighbor and have him bring the liquid manure truck down. Those things leak all over the place. Hopefully he doesn't panic and ...

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    Could call the neighbor and have him bring the liquid manure truck down. Those things leak all over the place. Hopefully he doesn't panic and accidentally bump the PTO switch.

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    My immediate neighbors are just like me I find a lot of comfort knowing that we'll band together no matter what!

    Hang a bunch of fake claymore mines around the exterior assuming these goons can read they might not mess with coming too close! Set
    off a tannerite surprise outside to enhance the claymore effect in their head.
    I don't have any dogs but have several beware of dogs signs outside and several motion detection barking dog alarms inside that sound like
    pissed off German Shepards. Detection is outside and it works well. They mess around too close I have other means to take care of the threat!

    Hang a bunch of Slippy pikes outside!

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    It can happen, 'cause it has happened to others. It can happen to you, too!

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    Yeah, I know it's macho to grab for a firearm, but this is still a nation of laws. If a mob is on your property, call the law, that's what we pay taxes for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tourist View Post
    Yeah, I know it's macho to grab for a firearm, but this is still a nation of laws. If a mob is on your property, call the law, that's what we pay taxes for.
    Ever heard of the Castle Doctrine? I think that might be a law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevekozak View Post
    Ever heard of the Castle Doctrine?.....
    Not every state has it. Some are 'Duty to Retreat'.
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    Officer I have no idea how THEY let my dog out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Not every state has it. Some are 'Duty to Retreat'.
    Florida several years ago expanded castle doctrine from your own property, to anywhere you are legally permitted to carry a firearm.
    Such as the ATM in town.
    The liberals immediately labeled it the "stand your ground law" and predicted there would be blood running in the streets. They were wrong, as usual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rice paddy daddy View Post
    ........The liberals immediately labeled it the "stand your ground law" and predicted there would be blood running in the streets. They were wrong, as usual.
    They cried the same thing when my state went to 'shall issue'. Prior to that the local constabulary had final say over acquire and carry permits. So if the sheriff didn't like you because you dumped his cousin in high school 40 years ago, you didn't get a permit. Now, as long as you meet all the legal hurdles, the permit must be issued.
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