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Armed home defense is a complex subject involving inherently dangerous and unpredictable situations. This guide is insufficient on its own to prepare the reader to survive an encounter or to ensure legal compliance. The reader is advised to seek information from multiple sources.
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Choosing to keep a firearm in one’s home carries inherent risk which must be carefully considered. Precautions must be taken to ensure firearms are secured from unauthorized persons, including untrained individuals and children. Anyone handling a firearm must be trained in its safe use and practice on a consistent basis to maintain proficiency.
Home defense preparation requires understanding the legal requirements for the use of lethal force under state and local laws. Consult an attorney if you have any questions about the lawful use of force in your jurisdiction.