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Home Invasion Defense

Home Invasion Defense (5)

Tuesday, 02 December 2014 22:21

Just in time for Christmas!

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Pillow Pal is pleased to announce Fins, Fur and Feather Sports is now carrying the Pillow Pal Bedside Holster Holder. If you're looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for the guy or gal that has everything-look no further! Stop on by, Fins, Fur and Feather Sports is located in Paradise, CA. At the intersection of Clark Road and Skyway. They are a full service sporting goods store. 

They carry a complete line of firearms, ammunition, holsters and other gun accessories. Glock, ruger, Springfield Armory, Sig Sauer, Henry, Remington, Mossberg, Rock Island, Taurus, Charter Arms, are all available. In addition, we have access to AR15 supplies and rifles.

For the angler in the family, FFF stocks everything from the rods to the bait, including live minnows. We have Fenwick, Lamiglas, Powell and Dobyns rods to name a few. Our selection of reels is displayed so you can actually work it before you buy including Shimano, Daiwa, Okuma, Shakespeare and Pflueger. 
Bass enthusiasts will find all the name brand lures, plastics and terminal tackle. Hard-to-find Keitech baits are on the shelf along with a large selection of Yamamoto Senkos, Roboworms, Havoc and Zoom. Makes no difference what type of fishing you enjoy, FFF can fill your tackle box with all the right stuff. 

This area of Northern California is a destination spot for some world class Chinook salmon fishing on both the Sacramento and Feather Rivers so FFF keeps all the necessary tackle to land the big one. We also pride ourselves on employees' local savvy when it comes to fishing and hunting. Whatever is biting and wherever you choose to wet a line, we can lead you in the right direction. 

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Saturday, 22 November 2014 23:52

Have you heard? Pillow Pal Bedside Holster Holder...

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Created in 1986 by Golden West Enterprises, Pillow Pal, the original bedside holster holder, has launched a brand new website! In addition to our new website, we've also launched a presence onto social media.

Make sure you like our page on Facebook-doing so will enter you into a drawing to receive a Pillow Pal FREE once we hit 100 likes on our page. 

Share with your friends!




Monday, 20 January 2014 00:00

5 tips for preparing a defense against home invasion

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Article written by Grady Powell

Bad guys are becoming more bold and aggressive. Understanding that valuable items and softer targets are more likely located in more affluent areas they are increasingly targeting suburban homes and neighborhoods in historically low crime areas. As with most things the sage Boy Scout motto of “Be Prepared” applies.

Read Grady's entire article, 5 Tips For Preparing A Defense Against Home Invasion.

Wednesday, 16 October 2013 00:00

11 Easy & Simple Home Security Tips

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A very informative article on home security. We would add Pillow Pal to number 7 on home security systems. 

Posted on October 15th, 2013 by identity theft speaker Robert Siciliano in All News on Blogger News Network.

Occasionally it’s good to be reminded of the fundamentals of home security. Print this out and stick it on your bulletin board at work or on your refrigerator as a reminder to everyone in your family.

1. Daytime burglaries: Many burglaries happens during daylight hours; very few occur at night—which means even when you step out to go to the store at noon, set your home security system to alarm.

2. Traveling: Have a neighbor keep an eye on your house and get your mail and newspapers and grab your barrels on trash day. During the winter, have someone clear the snow around your house to make it look like someone’s home.

Monday, 12 August 2013 00:00

Home is your castle

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Virginia Shank of the Tribune Chronicle writes:

"I just shot through my door with a gun," a Niles man told a police dispatcher last month.

Based on a 911 recording of the conversation between Roy Hahn and that dispatcher, the 40-year-old man didn't seem to realize at the time that the shotgun blast he fired through his front door had killed one of the people trying to break in and wounded another.


The shooting is among several examples of deadly force, locally and nationally, that have made headlines as prosecutors confront self-defense cases in the form of Ohio Castle Doctrine, stand-your-ground or "no duty to retreat" laws.

Read Virginia's entire article, Home is your castle