What a great ending....!!!!!!
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Very brave young man
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I'm glad the knuckledragger was very good at foretelling his future.
Glad the family and student will be alright.
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My son goes to CMU and frequents the Student Activity Center where the abduction took place often to work out. In fact, I called him after this story broke and he informed me that him and his buddies left the SAC approximately 10 minutes after the abduction. I know if they would have been there 10 minutes earlier and were aware of what was happening, that they would have attempted to help. What this story posted on this forum doesn't say is that the gun the BG had in his possession was in fact a BB gun that the police stated "looked exactly like a Glock"
Stuff like this scares the crap out of me. BTW, in Michigan colleges are gun free zones
I'd say the boy just did a man sized piece of work and is worthy of being called a man. Some come to it earlier In life than others, and some are never called. He was called, measured, and found capable. Good job, well done.
Another Michigan Department of Corrections success story. No doubt a MPRI grad. Excellent shooting taking this scum off the tax payers expense.
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A very brave young man indeed.
I agree that it's time for dad to buy this young man a nice shotgun of his own.
Wow. Why was the young man not trained to use firearms and to retrieve them from where they might be stored?
At 14 (and I assume, many of you on this site) already had several years of handgun and rifle experience and were allowed totally free access to our weapons at home, and admonished if we did not clean them reguarly (we were not mental, just raised properly to understand the true respect for and use of firearms at a very young age).