Discussion in 'Education & Training' started by 2gr8dgs, Jun 29, 2010.
How do I sleep at night? I don't.... been up for 23 years straight. My blood has been replaced with coffee --- I feel fine, other than the unicorns I see throughout the day.
But seriously, I just keep my XD .40 on my nightstand and then I have a "go bag" with another pistol, AR mags, etc --- grab my AR, grab my bag and I am good to go.
The shotgun is also under my bed -- ready to go with 00-buck.
Apparently I'm under prepared since I just have a flashlight and pistol on the nightstand.
i don't sleep either i stay up all night reading internet jibberish
drink liquid crack all day and craw up the walls like spiderman and drive on auto pilot
sleep is a waist of time
besides i don't want to be asleep when the zombies come
the parallax doesnt sleep at night ....he waits in the shadows.:laugh::laugh:
I love this forum!
my p30 on the night stand along with the surfire attached to it and then a surfire u2 on the night stand also.:thumbup: then i live my safe upstairs where i sleep open with a few things waiting for bad guys.
" The horror............the horror................."
Walther PPK on the dresser across the room. It's a fool's plan to keep a firearm within reach of the bed.
I hate to do it... But I just cant resist.
Lol. I put the 1911 on the nighstand. Other stuff is packed in a ready to go state in the safe.
Sorry, but my bedroom is in the back of the apartment, and my old apartment was burglarized... I wake up when I hear sounds in the night now. You don't forget that kind of thing. I like the idea of having a defensive tool right where I expect it to be if needed.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! There are ladies present!!!! (me)
j/k, that photo seems to pop up everywhere.
As George Carlin once said, "If you nail two things together that have never been nailed together before, some schmuck will buy it.". :laugh:
Chuck Norris taught me how to never sleep.
.45 Tucked between the mattress and semi-auto shotgun next to the bed
You're asleep, you hear a bump. Your adrenaline kicks in as you wake up, you reach for your gun, you get up ready to defend life and limb... then you discharge your weapon "accidentally" because you were still half asleep.
Seen it happen before, will happen again. Most the time there wasn't even a threat. Give yourself 2 steps to gain your surroundings before hand touches steel.
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