“He was like an angel who came to save everybody.” — Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Va.
Steve Donnell tells me that there are many legal conceal and carry residents in unincorporated Hi-Desert San Bernardino County. He should know. He’s the guy that teaches required classes as one of the prerequisite in order for a County permit to be issued. Why should bad guys be the only ones that carry? Here is an interesting little story.
Bad guy storms food store. Orders everyone to the floor. Bad guy shoots store clerk twice. Good guy jumps up, assumes the position and shoots bad guy. Good guy saves lives.
Big Bear Observation Post, Posted on 2009 December 24 by BBVM - The robber who burst inside a food market waving a gun seemed surprised to find eight shoppers inside. He ordered everyone to the floor, firing shots into the customers’ direction and twice shooting store owner Mustapha Kassou. Police say that’s when a man with a concealed-carry permit leapt to his feet and drew his .45-cal. Colt revolver. He told the robber to drop the gun. When the robber didn’t comply, the armed citizen shot him, took his gun and held him for police. Onlookers encouraged the armed citizen to shoot the robber again, but he kept his cool and exercised better judgment. Kassou is recovering from his injuries. “[The armed citizen] saved a lot of lives,” he said. “He was like an angel who came to save everybody.” (Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Va.)
For the ladies…
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