Category: Guns and Self Defense

Your Self Defense Story of the Day

Bad day to be a pervert Via Zendo Deb

How would you respond to an intruder, in an 11-year-old girl’s room who stripped to his underwear? Homeowner shoots home invader who undressed to his underwear, Louisville police say.

The main confrontation with the homeowner happened in the kitchen.

A male homeowner demanded Oliver leave and got into a physical fight with him, injuring his hand, police said.

He yelled to his girlfriend for help. She fetched a gun from the bedroom which he then used to shoot Oliver multiple times.

Unwanted entry?

Zendo Deb spotted THIS

 Murray homeowner shoots and kills intruder.

If you break into homes, you will eventually find an armed homeowner. Things will not go well for you after that.

Murray police are investigating after a man was who made an “unwanted entry” into a home was shot and killed by the homeowner on Sunday night.

Or maybe he was trying to be an “undocumented resident of the house” or something else that won’t affect the tender sensibilities of the chattering class. Though this is bureaucratic-speak straight from the bureaucrats at Murray, Utah police department.

Again, Armed American commits self-defense, Cult of Gun Control hardest hit

Via Zendo Deb

Things won’t turn out well for you. Homeowner shoots suspected intruders in Los Lunas.

Benevides was allegedly holding a knife and Torres was holding an orange baseball bat, according to documents.

Police said the homeowner reached for a gun near the front door and shot both of them.

They ran, but made it less than 100 yards before collapsing. Cops took them to the hospital. One guy was moved to the jail, the other remains in hospital. They both face several charges, including “attempts to commit a felony.”

Well this school is taking security seriously

They are not playing around

Another Florida school is actively taking precautions against shooters by hiring armed combat veterans to patrol its campus, a year after the tragic Parkland shooting.

The Manatee School for the Arts, a charter school, will employ two combat veterans to protect the school and prevent any persons attempting to shoot up the school, according to HuffPost. The guards will both carry a handgun and military-style long gun, WWSB TV reported.

“If someone walks onto this campus, they’re going to be shot and killed,” said school principal Bill Jones, according to the Bradenton Herald. “We’re not going to talk with them. We’re not going to negotiate. We are going to put them down, as quickly as possible.”

One guard with 15 years of infantry experience has patrolled the campus for a number of months, HuffPost reported. A second guard will patrol the campus starting at the end of February.

Your Self-Defense Story of the Day

Via Wheelgun

Prosecutor: Woman who shot, killed robber was ‘clearly justified’.

The shooting took place on January 23rd – less than a month ago.

No charges will be filed against a West Price Hill store owner who shot and killed an alleged robber, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said Thursday, adding that she was “clearly justified.

I love this quote from the DA

“As long as I’ve been prosecutor, I’ve said this repeatedly: If you go into a store with a gun and rob it, you forfeit the right not be shot,” Deters said.

A statement that no doubt will trigger the social justice warriors

Your Self-Defense Story of the Day

Bad day to be a thug

 – An armed robbery at a DeKalb County store Tuesday morning could have gone the wrong way if not for an armed customer, police say.

According to police, a customer at the store shot and killed a robber during a hold-up.

“I’m glad that the Good Samaritan was there to save that person’s life who was just at work making an honest dollar,” said Conrad Fagan, who was in the area at the time of the attempted robbery.

A DeKalb County Police investigator told reporters the armed customer could be seen on camera shopping not far from the register when he noticed a man trying to rob the cashier at the register.

“He didn’t do anything wrong. He stopped a robbery in progress and did what he had to do,” said Sgt. Lynn Schuler, who described the customer as a Good Samaritan.

Thank God for heroes