What's Better than a 'Security BLANKET'...?

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What's Better than a 'Security BLANKET'...?

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...maybe a Security PILLOW.....

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According to Evan Brune writing in the American Rifleman

....it stopped a 12 gauge slug.... :shock:
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Maybe I'm missing something, but what would be the practical use? :lol:
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I guess if you sleep with your head under a pillow you don't have to stay awake worrying about getting shot in the head. :roll:
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You have to give it to these guys.

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:lol: :lol: :lol: OMG too funny! -Tutt
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Gives a whole new meaning to the term "pillow biter!"
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JimT wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 5:51 am
I guess if you sleep with your head under a pillow you don't have to stay awake worrying about getting shot in the head. :roll:
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...and can you imagine holding it out in front of you and it getting shot with a 12 gauge slug...????

Sure, it may not 'penetrate' the pillow, but I'm thinking I still wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of it...

(...though I guess it would beat the alternative of trying to 'catch' it with your bare hand...)
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just make sure you grab the right pillow, my wife is always buying new pillows.
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This should be very popular in Chicago, Detroit. Baltomore etc.!
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