There are two primary options for the best location to have a firearm staged in your home for defense. First, the area that you spend most of your time. Second, the area where you are most likely to barricade yourself and/or your family. Depending on whether you spend most of your day at home or if you are only home through the night and other factors, you there may be a clear preference in your situation. Rob Pincus reviews these options and why they might be best for you in this video.
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