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Proactive Shooters is proud to announce a new service to our customers to help them take a Proactive approach to their personal safety…

The Home Security Assessment.

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Is your home an easy target for crime?
Are the firearms you keep appropriate for your home?
Do key members in your home know how to use your firearms?
Do you have a security plan in place?
Are you prepared for any emergency?
Home Security Assessment

Your home is your castle, a fortress where you should not only feel safe, but be safe. Let us help!

Utilizing over 25 years of experience in law enforcement, firearms training, firefighting, etc., we will come to your home and provide a confidential assessment for you and your family.

Some of the areas we evaluate are:

- Your home’s physical security, inside and outside
- Your family’s response to emergency situations
- Firearms usage & training inside your home
- Any additional topics based upon your personal needs

The cost for this service is $200.00 Contact our office at 804-282-0214 for more information.
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Sounds like an interesting service. Good luck with it.

Would be great if you could sell this as "Will save you money on your homeowners insurance", though not sure how to go about that...I guess you have to call a few insurance companies and ask them to consider a discount for homeowners who have physically secure homes.
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I guess this means I'll have to clean the house now :whistle:
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allingeneral wrote:Sounds like an interesting service. Good luck with it.
Thank you!
allingeneral wrote:Would be great if you could sell this as "Will save you money on your homeowners insurance", though not sure how to go about that...I guess you have to call a few insurance companies and ask them to consider a discount for homeowners who have physically secure homes.
We are actually looking into that aspect. We've had a number of students ask for something like this so we're happy to offer it. We are not only going to focus on the physical security of the home, but also provide personalized training regarding the response to using firearms in the home in self-defense. A classroom environment can teach you about things like cutting the pie, room clearing, etc. but we want to offer it in a manner where the family learns those skills within the confines of their actual home. I think its a good concept.
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OakRidgeStars wrote:I guess this means I'll have to clean the house now :whistle:
LOL...That is actually the opposite of what we want. I want to come in an evaluate the home as it normally is, on a normal day.

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Are pizza boxes and empty liquor bottles a home security risk? :doh:
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OakRidgeStars wrote:Are pizza boxes and empty liquor bottles a home security risk? :doh:
Only if they are a trip and fall hazard!
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ProShooter wrote:A classroom environment can teach you about things like cutting the pie, room clearing, etc. but we want to offer it in a manner where the family learns those skills within the confines of their actual home. I think its a good concept.
An instructor that teaches me valuable skills AND brings dessert? Sign me up!!
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ShotgunBlast wrote:
ProShooter wrote:A classroom environment can teach you about things like cutting the pie, room clearing, etc. but we want to offer it in a manner where the family learns those skills within the confines of their actual home. I think its a good concept.
An instructor that teaches me valuable skills AND brings dessert? Sign me up!!

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You have to supply the pie...I'll just show you how to cut it!
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Id be much more having a hands on lesson on cutting the pie vice cutting the cheese.

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Much more interested*

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ProShooter wrote:
ShotgunBlast wrote:
ProShooter wrote:A classroom environment can teach you about things like cutting the pie, room clearing, etc. but we want to offer it in a manner where the family learns those skills within the confines of their actual home. I think its a good concept.
An instructor that teaches me valuable skills AND brings dessert? Sign me up!!

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You have to supply the pie...I'll just show you how to cut it!
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Damn! You just done starved me to death. SWMBO made a strawberry-rhubarb pie last week, and that pic of a pie with red fillings just set off a culinary flashback of epic proportions. I might need help on security and organization, but I for damn sure know how to cut a pie, and what to do with it after that. :clap:
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