Score one (or two) for the Second Amendment!

second amendment2

Motorcyclist turns tables on would-be robbers near Colorado Springs

Gazette.com: They say never to bring a knife to a gunfight. Such was the case Wednesday night in unincorporated El Paso County.

Three men who reportedly tried to rob a motorcyclist at knifepoint got a big surprise when the motorcyclist hit one of the men and then pulled out a gun.

The motorcyclist had pulled over in the 3800 block of Marksheffel Road about 6:25 p.m. to add another layer of clothing, sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Jeff Kramer said. Three men who appeared between 19 and 20 years old pulled up behind him in a black Honda Accord. Two of the men got out of the car and demanded the motorcyclist’s money. One of the men was armed with a knife, Kramer said.

The motorcyclist didn’t comply with their demands. Instead, he punched the knife-wielding man and then pulled out a handgun, which he was lawfully carrying, Kramer said. The suspects ran back to the car and sped away, Kramer said. No arrests have been made, and the investigation is ongoing, he said.


Robber killed during Harnett home invasion

WRAL.com: A man attempting to break into a home near Bunnlevel early Friday was shot and killed by the homeowner, officials with the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office said.

Maj. Gary McNeill said deputies responded to 2877 Wire Road about 3:40 a.m., but authorities haven’t released other details of the investigation.

Ronald McDougald said his 22-year-old son and his nephew live in the house and were home early Friday with the nephew’s girlfriend and her 2-year-old child.

Two men armed with a gun kicked in the carport door and entered, McDougald said, and his his son fired at the intruders. One of the men was shot and killed, and the other fled the area. Investigators haven’t confirmed McDougald’s account of what happened, but they said several shots were fired in the house.

McDougald said his son and nephew didn’t recognize the men who broke in and doesn’t know why the house was targeted. The identity of the dead man, who was wearing a mask, hasn’t been released, and no arrests have been made.

Proper gun control by responsible citizens really works!

DCG

Please follow and like us:
error0
Tweet 20
fb-share-icon20
 

Leave a Reply

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Sig94
Guest

It is estimated that between 800,000 and 1.2 million Defensive Gun Use incidents by civilians occur every year in the USA. I did a quick survey of justifiable homicides compiled by the FBI (Uniform Crime Report, Justifiable Homicides, Tables 14 & 15) from 2007 through 2011. These homicides are classified as follows: 1)The killing of a felon by a law enforcement officer in the line of duty, and 2)The killing of a felon, during the commission of a felony, by a private citizen. The average number of criminals killed per year by police is 396. The average number of criminals… Read more »

greenworx
Guest
greenworx

The 2nd incident posted above occurred in NC. My husband purchased my first personal handgun for my birthday recently, although I’ve been target shooting for many years using his firearms. It’s lightweight, conceals easily and shoots a .380 ACP. Perfect for me, but not so much so for one who may choose to be on the receiving end.

Patrick
Guest
Patrick

This is just terrible! That motorcyclist probably damaged their self esteem! That’s why we need more gun control laws!

exile
Guest
exile

if this had happened in California, the law abiding citizens defending themselves would be in jail and the criminals would be suing them. I should know. I live in the People’s Republic of Kalifornia.