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Old 11-28-2010
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yeah i dont agree with the shoot first method lol. a friend of mine spent a night in jail for chasing off some guys trying to steal some 37's out of his shop. luckily he did have a permit for the gun but yeah...
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lol i went to skool with and my buddy dated the daughter of the guy who owns autopage and until they went out id never hear of them, then once i had for the past couple years ive been wonder does anyone actually use there products. my friend got a 2 way remote start and we peep'd it but he never installed it.
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How would you know who uses what security system?
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yes, you CANNOT shoot anyone because they are on your land, stealing stuff. It is Illegal. The ONLY time you can legally shoot someone is if they are INSIDE your home and POSE a THREAT. if you catch a burglar in your home who is unarmed and is fleeing from you, you CANNOT shoot him.
A man in MN caught an unarmed burglar in his home and shot him.... homeowner got 5 years in prison because the burglar was shot in the back.
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yes, you CANNOT shoot anyone because they are on your land, stealing stuff. It is Illegal. The ONLY time you can legally shoot someone is if they are INSIDE your home and POSE a THREAT. if you catch a burglar in your home who is unarmed and is fleeing from you, you CANNOT shoot him.
A man in MN caught an unarmed burglar in his home and shot him.... homeowner got 5 years in prison because the burglar was shot in the back.
Do they have to have a weapon to pose a threat? I think it would be hard to prove in court whether a dead burglar was a threat to any ones safety or not. You don't need a weapon to pose a threat
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Bronco's been broken into twice. Couple systems, radar detector, my pool cue, and some money those times. Doors were locked both times, they just broke the window to get in.

Ranger was towed because I didn't have a parking pass for my apartment complex. Made the mistake of leaving my .40cal in the center console. Well, it was gone. Of course you pretty much know it was the tow truck driver but you can't really prove it. Doors were locked here too, but no windows or anything were broken. Tow truck driver just got into it and took it.
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Do they have to have a weapon to pose a threat? I think it would be hard to prove in court whether a dead burglar was a threat to any ones safety or not. You don't need a weapon to pose a threat
He's right though. If it looks like you shot them cold blood then you'll get in trouble. ie In the back, too close, execution style, stuff like that. But if you are in your room or round the corner and pop the guy in the chest you can just say he charged you.
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He's right though. If it looks like you shot them cold blood then you'll get in trouble. ie In the back, too close, execution style, stuff like that. But if you are in your room or round the corner and pop the guy in the chest you can just say he charged you.
Which state you are in determines if youll get in trouble. Some states have castle laws which are pretty hard to get around, if their on your property and you feel threatened you can legally shoot them. Not saying its a good idea but it all depends on your state.
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