Similar to a tornado shed, except $44,000(ish) more!
That has always been my plan. I have always figured if it got to where mobs were roaming around a selective amount of killing them would send them to go bother the people who always championed no one owning a gun and leave me the hell alone?It’s hard to imagine a scenario where I would feel trapping myself in a garden shed was the best option, but if other people want them, good luck for them in business. If things became so bad in the neighborhood that I needed a “safe room” I’d presume letting a high volume of lead fly would, at least initially, resolve the issue.
Yes this! We were invited to "The Sconce" after a class to meet Janelle and tour the house just before she passed. It was amazing. You can see every exterior wall from a firing point inside. His office is at the top of a spiral staircase for easy defense. If we decide Oregon has left America and move, we are seriously considering building the forever house modeled after their home. Great post!Personally, I would rather make modifications to, or build a new home incorporating many of Jeff Cooper's ideas. His house was built like a fortress with security doors and shutters operated from well inside of the home.
That's funny... l just finished a Matthew Quirk novel where the protagonist got himself trapped in the attic of a mansion, pursued by armed baddies.Most modern homes have drywall interiors, you can kick that stuff out to escape from an attic.
Always know your territory.Unfortunately, he was over the two story entryway and fell 20+ feet
I too think it is silly, but that shed and door is the camouflage. Behind that door would be this:
Maintain a 350 yard field of fire and you are good to go. Elevation helps too. People way overengineer these things and put them in untenable situations impossible to defend.$50K??
Buy a piece of land away from the city and put a trailer on it. Way better than a $50,000 trap in your backyard