Nutshell Minimum Security
1/20/15 Jim's Rant For The Day. Nutshell Minimum Security.
My first exposure to minimum security was on our honeymoon when she looked into my eyes and said, “I trust you completely” after she chained a cannon ball to my ankle accompanied by a small chastity cup. Then this summer I attended a Prepper seminar about minimum security in the event of all out hell.
The expert said that the bare minimum was for six adults to rotate with two person team shifts; one inside and one outside. That was bare bones.
The ideal was to have six persons on each shift. Two inside and two outside in such positions that each one covers two sides of the dwelling. That leaves two guarding the entrance. If anything goes wrong, they would fire, then fall back to other ambush sites.
I also like the suggestion that you board up the back so an intruder had to approach by the front, on your terms.