Speak for yourself
Someday someone will let me design their security to a level that would require one as part of the physical layer......
Corporate property management just does not see the need....... smh.
So a serious question for self defense ammo - as I am sorting on a rainy day.
I was given in a trade 100 Rounds in a dillon box of Federal .357 158Gr Jacketed soft points - the fellow cannot find the box- these are them.
All my self defense ammo, I keep the original box, with the production data of it - or if I move it to another hard box, I clip the box production code information and type and place it in that hard box.
So I am hesitant to use this ammo for self defense - Am I being overly anal about this?
What are your thoughts? ( and I realize it is not legal advice )
You’re right that there is a fine line between preparedness and paranoia. That’s a balance each of us must find and it is not a one-size fits all answer. Both terms are subjective.
That said, relying on any intruders retreating doesn’t seem like a safe strategy. You don’t know the intent, experience or state of mind of the intruders. If they are desperate, used to being around gunshots, or whacked out of their mind on something, then they may not retreat. If you assume they will then you’re left at an extreme disadvantage. Does that mean you need a 30mm Phalanx in your driveway? No. But to recommend a single 3-round magazine is equally dumb.