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Forum topic by Tedstor posted 392 days ago 1036 views 0 times favorited 18 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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392 days ago

Everyone needs one of these LOL


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#1 posted 392 days ago

But if the intruder is armed with something more powerful such as an attack coffee table, you would be outgunned.

-- “That it will never come again / Is what makes life so sweet. ” ― Emily Dickinson

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#2 posted 392 days ago

Good point Chuck.

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#3 posted 392 days ago

Maybe if you put one of those “gun-free zone” signs outside your house, bad guys would leave their guns in the car, and this would be an ideal solution. :D

-- Don

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#4 posted 392 days ago

Yes, I must agree, never take a night stand to a gunfight! LOL

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#5 posted 390 days ago

If you ‘enhance’ this idea by putting Kevlar in between layers of the top and make a holster for your favorite handgun, it would be perfect for home defense.

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#6 posted 390 days ago

A good start, but you will still need the ultimate backup with that defence nightstand – which IMO is to be shirtless but with taped-on firepower to your back, like in Die Hard 1. That way you can get your intruder to divulge pertinent information first (eg., about an accomplice) when you “voluntarily” drop your defence nightstand if and when their better weapon is revealed.

-- Perfection is the difference between too much and not enough.

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#7 posted 390 days ago

It should sweep the market. Congratulations.

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#8 posted 390 days ago

Somebody had too much time on there hands !

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#9 posted 390 days ago

Just don’t step on the base after you remove the club!

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#10 posted 390 days ago

Make it a stainless steel top and a shotgun for the leg.

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#11 posted 389 days ago

I can see this being modified for a ” knights of the round table” type theme.
Or what about a zombie killer theme with spikes on the club and brain stains on the shield.
Too much fun….

-- I'm not clumsy.. It's just the floor hates me, the tables and chairs are bullies and the wall gets in the way.. - Mike -

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#12 posted 389 days ago

Maybe the leg should be a holster for a 45

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#13 posted 389 days ago

I might have to get one for the wife! :)

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#14 posted 389 days ago

You don’t take a knife (or a club) to a gunfight!

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#15 posted 389 days ago

My nightstand is a small bedside stand with doors at the bottom. It holds my flashlight, cell phone, TV remote and my 9 mil.

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