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Thread: Attempted jewlery store robbery - VIDEO -

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    Attempted jewlery store robbery - VIDEO -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_O_0E8e3h0

    First off, job well done to Mr. Fixler.

    My thoughts after listening to his commentary:

    1. "My first reaction when I seen the gun pointed at me was 'Now I have to kill these two men.'"

    MINDSET. When it is time to fight, FIGHT. Win.

    2. While in sensory overload, his senses failed him. He assumed he fired fewer shots than he did, and ended up standing over an (alive) bad guy with a gun underneath him with an EMPTY gun in his hands.

    I'm assuming a 5 shot revolver is what he had. Here is a perfect example of why I don't like them.

    Also a good example for those who claim 5 shots will be plenty. Get over yourselves.

    3. Stay in the store. You are safer within those walls, especially when his cronies got away and you are outside exposing yourself to the world. Reload your gun, call 911, and don't let the dirtbag move an inch.

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    Very good!
    But, if the man would have taken the time to reload(assuming he had no speed loaders) the BG could/would have grabbed his weapon!?!?
    Going outside may not be the best idea but in his case it worked well because the BG got to see a gun in his face and knew the store owner meant business!

    Anyways, great post.

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    Nice

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    Made my night, thanks.

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    Great video!! That is just the reason I will not carry a revolver and will NOT let my wife or daughter carry one either. There are NOT enough shells in the gun.

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    Great post.

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    come on now we all know that in the real world you never miss, there is never more than one bad guy that may need to be shot more than once and that a the 38 is an awesome round, and those that carry semi autos are asking for trouble because they always break just ask garyjt
    The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSF
    come on now we all know that in the real world you never miss, there is never more than one bad guy that may need to be shot more than once and that a the 38 is an awesome round, and those that carry semi autos are asking for trouble because they always break just ask garyjt
    Well your armed level has to correspond to your profession. I think this man was seriously under armed for his profession. It i was running a jewelry store I wouldn't have a wheel gun or semi auto or any other handgun for that matter. Pump/semi shotty is the proper gun to keep around in that profession! Win M97 being the ideal shotty.

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    LOL m97 trench gun.....


    hah i would go with my pasta maker or my 870
    The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RSF
    LOL m97 trench gun.....


    hah i would go with my pasta maker or my 870
    Yup, no disconnector. Punks would have couple shot shells in them before they knew what hit them

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