True Stories of Self-Defense - May/June 2020 | Concealed Carry Magazine

A 79-year-old Crosby gun store owner and U.S. Army veteran was awakened at about 4:40 a.m. by the sounds of the front door of his store being forcibly removed. Taking a gun to investigate outside, he was immediately fired on by the burglars. The owner promptly took cover and returned fire, fatally wounding one burglar and driving the remainder away. It turns out the burglars used a chain saw and their car to remove the gun shop door. The wounded burglar was found dying by his car about 10 miles from the scene, along with suspects from the burglary and some guns believed to have been stolen from the store.

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too bad these stories do not hit the media / like the negative ones do