“I felt threatened, and I feel like if he would have stepped a foot in, I would have shot him.” That’s what Pam Loman of Shawnee, OK had to say after an unidentified man booted in her front door on Friday. He kept knocking, harder and harder. As she told news9.com, “So my instinct was to go get a gun. I don’t know why, I never in my life felt like I needed to go get a gun.” But after kicking in her door, he saw her standing there with a .32 aimed at his chest. “And he saw that I had the gun, and he grabbed the door handle and pulled the door shut.” That’s when he took off with his two accomplices. Just another defensive gun use, one that didn’t require a shot to be fired. Statistically, it’s one of hundreds that happen every single day. Fortunately, Mrs. Loman doesn’t live in a state that’s taking steps to make her depend on the local police to be there the next time someone decides to invade her home on a Friday afternoon.