The curious case of the kidnapped father

Luke over at Triangle Tactical brings us a discussion of why you should carry a gun at home.

How many times have you heard someone say this? “I don’t carry at home, I live in a good neighborhood” or “I only carry when I’m going somewhere I might need it”

A Wake Forest, NC man was kidnapped from his home 5 days ago, and transported to Atlanta where he was being held in an apartment. This morning he was rescued by FBI agents, and it appears from the article that he’s okay.

The kidnapped man’s daughter works as a Wake County Assistant District Attorney, but there’s no word on whether or not that had anything to do with his kidnapping.

Carry your gun. It’s a lighter burden than regret.

3 responses to “The curious case of the kidnapped father

  1. Thanks for the link!

  2. Yep. Too many instances around here of people who live in good neighborhoods leaving their doors unlocked and 4 or 5 teenagers from downtown waltzing in to rob them. About the third time that happened my wife stopped caring about the PF9 constantly in my pocket.

  3. robertsgunshop

    “I only carry when I’m going somewhere I might need it”

    I wish I knew when I was going to need my gun. I’d stay home.