GUN homeinvasion w/bulletproof vest

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  1. AB13

    AB13 New Member

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    :rofl: wtf hitmanwith2yorkiesinahumvee
     
  2. Jesus. That sounds more like a planned, targeted event than a generic robbery attempt, but it's still food for thought. Maybe I need my AR for HD use instead of my shotguns.
     
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    fatmoocow bored OT Supporter

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    ar is way faster anyway
     
  4. Jurisbot Esq.

    Jurisbot Esq. Don't blame me I voted for Ron Paul. OT Supporter

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    I guess the previous owner didn't leave a forwarding address. :rofl:
     
  5. kellyclan

    kellyclan She only loves you when she's drunk.

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    Someone mistakenly breaking into the wrong house armed with body armor and a rifle while disguised as a police officer is tinfoil hat stuff. Totally unrealistic, don't be paranoid.




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  6. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    are yorkies the new baby killers??
     
  8. THT

    THT The easy way is always mined

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    Assault yorkies are. They need to be limited to short-hair versions.
     
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    that's some solid policework there...
     
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    I'm thinking the reporter probably meant burglary but got it wrong. Here in CA at least, entering a structure with the intent to commit larceny or any other felony is considered burglary which is a felony :cool:
     
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    :rofl: Not exactly the best neighborhood. lol @ Yorkies. Nothing says scary man like some tiny dogs bred to kill rats.
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    Yorkies are tactial. Their small size makes them harder for cops to shoot.
     
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    Yorkies = mini suicide bombers
     
  14. Laurel

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    Apparently this happened 6 doors down from my coworker's house.
     
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    Yorkies = mobile IED
     
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    Here it would be robbery. We have it that if while committing burglary, meaning they use force or threat of force on the victim to take something, it becomes a robbery, as it is a more severe charge.
     
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    Since the article didn't say anything about him actually taking anything I didn't think robbery. Sounded to me like he busted in looking to kill someone, found out he fucked up and just left. So we have entering with intent to commit a felony (killing whoever it was he was looking for,) which would be burglary IIRC. I understand that if he took something then yes it would be robbery, but did he actually take anything?
     
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    interesting article.
    has got me thinking about the suitability of my P226 for all-purpose HD.
     
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