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"If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot."
He's darn lucky all he heard was a click. It could have turned out quite differently. Kudos to him anyway.
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This guy got lucky. It sounds like the dirtbag's gun malfunctioned.
I suppose Hi Points do have some usefulness.
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I bet he carries the gun on him now instead of in the glove box.
Third time was charm for bad guy putting gun in face and pulling trigger. Rule of three....
"When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it."
- Frederic Bastiat
Not having his weapon on him almost got him killed. Hopefully that lesson is clear to him, now.
Kudos for being able to survive the situation, though.
Wow, what a lucky guy...
Would love to know what was he thinking going to Wally World around midnight and not be armed to begin with?
As others stated, I doubt he won't be leaving his gun in the glove box OR his seat...
If he felt aware of a possible situation, he should have had the gun in his paw... not the seat... very lucky guy...
Hope he buys a lottery ticket...
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The thug's gun probably did not malfunction. Many thugs have a similar mindset to some bloggers who do not carry a round in the chamber. There have been a few scenes I investigated where dead thugs had unchambred/unloaded handguns. Works for me, because the threat is still there.
Last edited by USM1976; May 10th, 2013 at 03:15 PM.
Should have used the Biden double-barrel shottie on him.
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Gut-shot twice. Ouch.
"Denial has no survival value." David Grossman
A good reason to know and practice your disarms. This guy was very lucky!
Why is the suspect only being charged with attempted armed robbery?
How about attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon?..."I am fighting him off. I heard the click and it gave me time," said L.D.
L.D. said he thinks the man's gun jammed...
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