ANSWERS: 38
  • My German Shepherds are my warning system.
  • I'd shoot him in the ass and then would tell him to get out.
  • We are not allowed to shoot him in the UK, but a broken leg would keep him there until the cops arrive :o)
  • Shoot him in the legs then say ooops...Call the cops and get rid of his low life ass.
  • uk.. I wld jus batter him with the nearest suitable object.)
  • I'd go ninja on him. Simple question and there is my simple answer. :) -Jessica Edgell soon to be Zeidler.
  • I'd say "I have a gun" and if he didn't take off, then I'd shoot him.
  • I would warn him if he warned me he was in my house otherwise just shoot
  • I'd shoot him and then tell him that if he wants to live... he'll leave =]]
  • I'm a female. Chances are, if it's a male, i wouldn't be able to defend myself without some sort of weapon. If someone's breaking into my house and purposefully scares the bejesus out of me, then yes, i would most-likely shoot them.
  • As my grandmother would say..SHOOT and ASK QUESTIONS later. Besides our dogs would do the warning... and if he remained, it would mean, and be all about,... protecting life at that point by any means necessary...which means... SHOOT TO KILL!!! Intruders don't enter someone's home to have a party, they enter with the intent to do harm or to kill. Meet fire with fire FIRST!!!!
  • If I called out a warning they might leave before I can get a clear shot...
  • i would warn him by shooting!
  • ... no guns in my tiny one room apartment ... but I do have a 7th degree black belt and a nice sword collection ... An intruder in my home would quickly find themselves on their knees in a very painful submission hold with a blade at their throat ... and I would be yelling in their ear, from behind, "Please tell me you are an under cover cop, and slowly show me your badge before you die!" ... which would be a half empty threat, as I will not kill on purpose for any reason, but if they can not quickly show a badge, they will wake up in about a week to find themselves STILL in intensive care with a nearby cop just waiting for them to wake up !!!
  • Wow, violent people right here. I'd probably take a meleé weapon (again, guns not allowed in the UK) and tell them to get out, give them a clear path to the door so they don't feel they need to be violent. No need for anyone to get hurt, whether it's me or the attacker. In all honesty, most of the people who would shoot the intruder or beat them to within an inch of their life worry me.
  • I do believe depending on distance and personal / family safety that you are required to notify the intruder before shooting them, of course if they surprise you shoot and don't quit until they are dead, of course if citizens truly respected the concept that a person has a right to be safe and secure in their person, papers and property you would never have to shoot anyone in the first place and because our legal system is one geared to protecting criminals (domestic enemies) instead of the citizen who pay the bills, shoot the bastards and save money on court cost etc. as public funerals are cheaper .. ~Nemo~
  • I can't harm any living thing...hopefully this will never happen to me again. As for warning an intruder...He/She would probably laugh at me :( I replied to your email. Take care.
  • I have a pet wolf. She'd take care of him for me. ; )
  • My home not his, I don't need to warn him!
  • I've already solved this problem by rigging land-mines around my front door. The mailman incident got me in a bit of legal trouble, but besides that it's worked quite well!
  • 12 guage to the head
  • bang bang hes dead,
  • We would ask him to stay for tea & crumpets.... *shoot first ask questions later....afterward we would roll'em.
  • I'd shoot his ass. Did the intruder give me any warning that he was going to break into my house? Hell no. Why should I give him any warning that I'm going to shoot him, huh. I shoot to kill.
  • The dogs would have eaten him
  • I would ask him if he would wait while I locate my keys and go to my car and unlock my trunk and get out my gun and locate my bullets and then load the gun. sorry. I locked in the trunk a few months ago cause I was traveling and never have took it out.
  • Depends on the nature of the intruder. Deadly force is a LAST resort to be used only if I fear for my life or the life of another. Just because I have an unauthorized visitor in my house doesn't mean I'm in fear for my life or the life of my family. There are too many other things to consider as well...is my family home with me? Can I leave without trouble? Do I have a phone handy? Is the intruder alone or with friends? And more.
  • I shot the one in our house.
  • Without a doubt, shoot without warning.
  • I would do what it takes to stop him. I am not going to kill anyone on purpose. Defending myself or my family and hone doesn't mean someone has to die. It just means they need to be stopped. If it means warning him, fine. If it means sneaking up on him and clobbering him, so be it.
  • If he broke into my home WHILE I WAS THERE, then he is intent on harming ME. Therefore, I would be more likely to shoot him.
  • Since I don't even own a gun, I'd probably clobber him first and ask questions later. I think that in Texas you can just shoot somebody if they come into your house and you are fearful of your life. I'm not sure, though.
  • He didn't warn me that he was going to break in, I'm not going to warn him that I'm going to shoot him.
  • Shoot him that would be his warning
  • I'll put it this way... An intruder is not going to leave alive and breathing if I catch them my home , and the only story told in the end will be mine. Would I warn them ? Sure I would ;-)
  • If I had a gun, I'd just shoot him. I really wouldn't care why he broke into my home!
  • I'd warn him when my finger was on the trigger, ready to fire.
  • Actually, my dad would set our dog, Ben, on him and would eat him alive and furthermore, my dad keeps a double barrel shotgun in the house and would probably shot him.

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