Here's the OP original post:
So, it sounds like it's his go-to tool.
Those are great, and something everyone needs to consider.
Here are some other points of consideration, how will you defend yourself from different areas of your home?
If you're sitting in the family room, and a perp kicks in your front door, getting to the locked safe in your bedroom for your H.D. AR15 is going to be a real problem.
Everyone needs to do a walk through, and war game every area of your home, and how you'll react if a intruder comes through various doors. In many cases, it might require having quick access tools in multiple places. Is placing multiple AR15s in different rooms the solution in your houses? It's not in mine.
Many people think they can buy a AR15 or shotgun, and stick it in a locked safe in their bedroom closet, and they're protected. That's a really poor plan.
That plan is as bad as the people who install a Ring video doorbell, and think they have great a video surveillance system protecting their home, or buy one fire extinguisher and put it in the garage, and think they're safe from fire.
Home defense is a multi level, multiple ring system, that requires various tools and plans. Here's the motto I live by:
One is none
Two is one
And Three is where you want to be
spoiler: if you miss the bad guy, all calibers and loads go through multiple (5?) walls. If you hit the bud guy, HD loads of rifle penetrated the walls behind the least.
Regardless of the firearm selected, HP ammunition is a no brainer for HD. Even an AR should not be loaded with FMJ. Plenty of rounds for easy expansion out there. If chambered in 300 BLK, even better.
For Antifa? I like the crew served belt fed option mentioned above!