Purse carry is a bad idea. In a purse snatching incident, the victim can’t get to their gun nor can they give up the bag with the gun in it.
Never underestimate a knife attack – the consequences can be deadly.
By definition, criminals do not obey laws. They are breaking the law by committing an armed robbery. So the question is, do you trust the armed criminal in front of you to only take your stuff?
Anyone here think it is a good idea to rob a gun shop? No? Well, you’re already smarter than this guy. The shop owner expertly defended himself and his employees, and there’s plenty of lessons we can learn from his actions.
This is definitely one worth watching as it provides a real good laugh. When attacked, wait for your opportunity to turn the tables, and when it presents itself, take it.
If you are going to carry a concealed firearm to defend yourself, don’t half ass it. Train train train. Don’t risk escalating the situation if you do not have the skills to quickly and decisively end the conflict.
Firearms are ranged weapons. Staying away from the attacker is the best thing you can do when defending yourself with a firearm. Why get into a position where the criminal can take your weapon when you can simply stay at a distance?
If you were robbed 4 times, you would take action – wouldn’t you?
Law abiding Americans have the right to defend themselves. Criminals do not have the right to safe crime, and the Pizza Hut employee was definitely justified in defending him/herself based on the information we have available.
Smoke Alley, a smoke shop in Houston, Texas had an attempted robbery – emphasis on the “attempted.” The employee was armed with a reported CZ-75 SP-01 9mm pistol and sent the robber running very quickly – so quickly that the robber smashed straight through the storefront door on his way out and a bullet in his shoulder.
One of the common anti-gun strategies is to claim “no one needs ___.” “No one needs an ‘assault rifle.’” “No one needs more than 10 rounds in a magazine.” First off, the Second Amendment is not about what someone “needs.” Second, we sure don’t want to need a semi automatic firearm or more than 10 […]