This is a discussion on LA: Pier Part Shooting - 2 Dead within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by vickie g I have been a friend to bob Mr Nagin for many years he is a kind and loving person who ...
Just wanted to let evetone know i heard from bob today he is at home and doing better. He did tell me if there is one thing he learned from this experiance is to aim better and make sure his gun is loaded. I told him about your site and all of your support. Just wanted to let everyone know he is fine and back home and he also told me he was pretty sure he got the man twice in the chest and the pelvic area and possibly more but wasnt sure.
Thanks for the recent update.
Well, two shots in the chest and one pelvic and maybe more, all during an unanticipated stressful event? I'd say he did alright. I'm curious about his comment "and make sure his gun is loaded". Would you happen to know what caliber gun he used and was it a semi-automatic or revolver?
bob told me the shooter was carrying a 45 bob had a 380 and his gun wasnt fully loaded at the time. He did tell me to along with his comment to aim better " get a bigger gun" but he did also say that he wasnt fully sure about the hits he did know for sure he got him in the chest and pelvic area. But bob also told me the man was coming after him which was also a factor in his decision to shoot.
Thanks again for the update. I'm guessing "wasn't fully loaded at the time" is that he didn't have a round chambered. Bob's experience and comments reinforces what is repeatedly posted here.........round chambered, big caliber and practice.
I think I'm right that Pierre Part faired pretty good during the flooding? I hope so, good luck to all of ya'll and Bob. Feel free to keep us updated...........THANKS
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