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| June 30, 2020

6 of the Best Guns for Home Protection

Man fatally shot in apparent case of self-defense in Moreno Valley

In an apparent case of self-defense, a man was fatally shot during a family disturbance in Moreno Valley on Sunday morning, officials said.

Deputies arrived at 1:15 a.m. to a home in the 23700 block of Blackbird Circle to a report of a family altercation, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said.

“An estranged family (member) arrived at the location and broke into the residence while threatening to cause harm to the occupants,” a sheriff’s statement said. “The occupants confronted the estranged family member who became hostile. During the altercation, a resident used a firearm against the assailant.”

Deputies found Cesar Acosta, 43, of Moreno Valley suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken by paramedics to a hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.

“At this point, the shooting appears to have been done in self-defense,” the sheriff’s statement said.

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Man Shoots, Kills Alleged Suspect Of Carjacking Attempt

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A man shot and killed an armed suspect who allegedly tried to carjack him at a park in Dallas on Saturday, police said.

Police said they responded to a shooting at William Blair Park in the 3000 block of Municipal Street at around 10:20 p.m.

According to police, Mark Piper, 51, told them he was standing outside his vehicle when an unidentified male pointed a gun at him and got into his car.

Police said Piper then took out his own gun and shot the alleged suspect, killing him.

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Read the reat here: CBS Local

Shots Fired When Walnut Hill Man Finds Burglar Inside His Home

Shots were fired after a Walnut Hill man arrived home to find a burglar inside Sunday on Highway 97.

The resident returned to his home to find the front door open and a man his inside his home. The homeowner demanded the suspect exit and fired shots into the ground, according Amber Southard, spokesperson for the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

The burglar then got into a physical altercation with the man.

The suspect was taken into custody by the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office. His name was not immediately available as he was was transported and booked into the Escambia County Jail.

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Read the rest here:North Escambia

“…shots into the ground,” Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, are not shots into center mass.

“I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than those attending too small a degree of it.” — THOMAS JEFFERSON (1791)

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  1. 26Limabeans says:

    “transported and booked into the Escambia County Jail”

    Should read:

    “transported and tagged into the Escambia County Morgue”

    • 5th/77th FA says:

      ^Testify^ ‘beans! Maybe dirtbag will catch a good case of food poisoning from a bad wiener at the local BTJ&T Deli, or at the very least, suffer a broken taint. In the meantime, as WW gently weeps, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad.

      “6 of the best guns for home protection….” Tho that NightHawk is drop dead gorgeous and I would consider proposing Holy Matrimony to it, 8 large is rather spendy. For that kinda disposable income, one could buy 2 of everything shown, a nice matched pair of 1911s AND a jon boat that don’t leak.

      Was gonna take in the sights here today: DAAAAAAMMMN IIITT!


      • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

        Six best guns for home defense.
        Sure. If your home is a mansion and money is no object.
        Two of those guns seem rather pricey for the average man/average income/average home defense.
        As Gun Bunny said, that Nighthawk at $8K is waaaay expensive. Ditto for the Ruger AR556. Excellent models of both styles (1911, AR15) can be procured for approximately $500/ea (or less if you catch a good sale).

        • David says:

          The Ruger is a better quality AR… try pricing a Springfield Armory Saint. You can get crazy but $5-1500 is a reasonable market for ARs. The Nighthawk is just silly. I like how he specifies “home defense” and then starts nattering about concealed carry. One of the nice things about home defense is that size does NOT inhibit choice. For my money, a 4-5″ barrel .357 (probably a 586 or 686 or similar), the higher capacity Glock 17 (or for personal preference a HiPower), a standard 1911, and an AR would be sufficient for pretty much anything. Used M12 shotguns run about $400, and you can find a spare barrel set to cut down for about $200 … the slam-fire is worth the extra money. Failing that, a Mossberg set up for the mini-shells to have lots of capacity. My $.02

          • AW1 Rod says:

            Missing from that “best of” list is the Standard Manufacturing DP-12, which can ruin the evening for anywhere from 12 to 14 rioters…..er, “protesters.” It’s my dedicated Zombie Killer. It is, however, kind of pricey.

      • AW1Ed says:

        Heh, a couple things. I post to inform, amuse and generate comments on articles I find that may be of interest to the TAH crew. These “best of” opinion pieces tend to do just that- generate comments.
        Something to keep in mind, “best of” articles are generally the author’s wet dream of what they would like to have in their safe, garage, or investment portfolio. As mentioned, much more reasonable alternatives exist.

      • 11B-Mailclerk says:

        Best gun?

        The gun you -have-,
        That you -know-
        That you can -use-
        That you can -feed-
        With which you will -practice-
        With which you will -hit-
        That you -will- use.

  2. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    Looks like Cesar won’t Acosta anyone else ever again.

  3. Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman says:

    The “unknown assailant” paid the Piper when he tried to highjack Mark’s car.

  4. Claw says:

    In this era of “Social Distancing”, here’s a couple more of the “best home defense ” (Submitted for your search engine pleasure) :

    1005-01-534-2841 and 1005-01-469-2133

    Warning: Hand Receipt Signature Required./s