1. You’re not in our gunsights the second you step into our front yard.
Even if you see a private property or trespassing warning, you’re probably not going to get shot if you come onto our property. We might call the police, and the dogs we have around back might be very interested in getting to know you, but we’re not a bunch of trigger-happy folk who want to put you in the fast lane to heaven.
That being said, Alabama is a “stand your ground” state, and a lot of people have guns. Breaking and entering is a bad idea. There is “no duty to vacate”, and in a culture where family is the most important thing after God, expect people to fight if they feel threatened in their own home.