LOL. So "home defense" isn't (edit - Mod). Um. Okay. What, is that like a social outing with icecream and cake? Someone violently invades my house, it's considered the (edit - Mod) has HTF.
On internet forums, I find it fascinating that people will ask for advice. Very experienced folks, in this case myself a subject matter expert in combat arms, trained and familiar with every common platform, as a multi-tour combat veteran officer who trained and lead soldiers in combat environments, with a large number of friends in military and law enforcement, respond with my opinion and advice. Been carrying a firearm for 20 years. Studied self defense shootings in depth. I've tried cases involving firearms as a prosecutor and as a defense counsel tried self defense cases. I am literally an expert in this field.
Then the original poster wants to argue with me about MY HIGHLY EDUCATED OPINION GENERATED OVER DECADES OF EXPERIENCE AND STUDYING THE TOPIC, which they expressly solicited and didn't pay a penny for. I really don't get it. Just take it in. Ignore it. Maybe just even say "thank you," and move on. No. Gotta argue, put downs, disagreements from someone with obviously no knowledge on the topic, and so forth. Do you think this furthers good relations? Willingness to contribute?