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I have a water gun filled with cats ****, and body armour and helmet by my bedside. Also have a number of airsoft flash bangs. All those are legal and should be successful in repelling any home invaders?

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1 hour ago, ChristopherM said:

I have a water gun filled with cats ****, and body armour and helmet by my bedside. Also have a number of airsoft flash bangs. All those are legal and should be successful in repelling any home invaders?

What use is your body armour and helmet if you have no offensive capability? 
 

You can use reasonable force to defend your home. Technically nothing is off the table.

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In case they have knives I at least have some protection.

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18 minutes ago, ChristopherM said:

In case they have knives I at least have some protection.

Want to hope they know to play by the rules and only attack your vest and helmet then 😆

No violent encounter is solved by being attacked and waiting it out. 
 

What is the likelihood tho? 

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Am I the only one wondering how he trained the cats to pee in the water pistol?

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9 hours ago, SD said:

Am I the only one wondering how he trained the cats to pee in the water pistol?

Maybe be milks them 🤷🏻‍♂️

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14 hours ago, ChristopherM said:

I have a water gun filled with cats ****, and body armour and helmet by my bedside. Also have a number of airsoft flash bangs. All those are legal and should be successful in repelling any home invaders?

What car have you got on the drive?

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On 10/05/2021 at 18:50, ChristopherM said:

I have a water gun filled with cats ****, and body armour and helmet by my bedside. Also have a number of airsoft flash bangs. All those are legal and should be successful in repelling any home invaders?

I recommend you book an appointment with the Dr.

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On 10/05/2021 at 18:50, ChristopherM said:

I have a water gun filled with cats ****, and body armour and helmet by my bedside. Also have a number of airsoft flash bangs. All those are legal and should be successful in repelling any home invaders?

Is this a serious post?

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20 minutes ago, Shmook said:

Is this a serious post?

Why are you after some cat pee?

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I feel strangely compelled to post this and I don't really know why..........

 

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It's funny you say that @Chief Cheetahas just reading the topic name made me think to add the legal disclaimer however noticed you'd beaten me too it. 

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On 10/05/2021 at 18:50, ChristopherM said:

I have a water gun filled with cats ****, and body armour and helmet by my bedside. Also have a number of airsoft flash bangs. All those are legal and should be successful in repelling any home invaders?

Of course you do, isn’t that what everyone has!  Assuming they are accompanied by a tinfoil hat and taped out windows 

apologies but silly posts invite silly responses

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All you need is a couple of fire hoses upstairs. Can be used to repel ground attacks from a stronger elevated position and if anyone abseils from the roof you can get them before they can swing through upper floor windows. 
Hoses aren’t illegal. 

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26 minutes ago, Reasonable Man said:

All you need is a couple of fire hoses upstairs. Can be used to repel ground attacks from a stronger elevated position and if anyone abseils from the roof you can get them before they can swing through upper floor windows. 
Hoses aren’t illegal. 

What if I train a cat to attack like a dog, but claim I haven’t 🤷🏻‍♂️
Or a pack of cats, like a swarm cat attack 🐈 🐈 

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