Home, at Work, & as You Visit Family – More Self-Defense Gun Stories ~ LISTEN

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Home, at Work, & as You Visit Family – More Self-Defense Gun Stories ~ LISTEN

Louisiana –-(Ammoland.com)- Here is the news you won’t get from the mainstream media. Again this week, responsible gun owners defend themselves and the people they love.

Self-defense instructor Tony Simon joins the Self Defense Gun Stories Podcast to look at four new examples. Were these gun owners lucky, or did they have a plan and were prepared?  What can we learn from their experience? Listen and find out. (23-minute audio)

These victims survived lethal attacks because they had a gun..and a plan.

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First story-  Are you armed as you visit your relatives?

It is after dinner, and the first sign of trouble is the sound of shots and shouts from the backyard. You step out the back door to see a police officer standing next to a stranger kneeling on the ground. You walk over to the officer and notice that the officer has his gun out. The suspect sitting on the ground has a gun too. The stranger’s gun is pointed at you. Now you notice that the suspect is bleeding. You say, “Hey, there is an ambulance in front of the house, you’re going to be OK.” The stranger raises his firearm, and you shoot the man threatening you. So does the police officer.

The police officer’s gun was jammed when you walked over. The officer cleared his firearm and reloaded as you talked to the armed fugitive. The same criminal who had already shot at the police.

Second Story-  Are you armed at home?

You’re selling your video game console and some games. An online buyer wants to see it, and he says he has cash. It is a few days before Christmas, and you could use the money. Two men come over. They want to see the games and make sure they work. They seem to like them. The two men attack you. You’re armed, and you shoot your attackers. You stay in your apartment and call the police and EMTs.

Third story- Are you armed at home late at night?

It is dark outside, and things are quiet. That is why the screams and pounding on your front door come as such a shock. You turn on the front porch light and see your neighbor slumped down on the ground. You quickly open the door and see your neighbor’s son running at you with something in his hand. You know that your neighbor’s son has been in trouble with the law before. You tell him to stop. The son steps closer to his father, and you see that the son has a rock in his hand. You draw your firearm and tell him to leave. The attacker steps back, and you call police and EMTs.

They arrive a few minutes later. Your neighbor died at the hospital from injuries he received from his son. The son is arrested. He was out on parole for an earlier violent attack.

Fourth story- Are you armed when you’re working early in the morning?

You work at a convenience store. You’re brewing more coffee and setting out snacks for your customers. A man and a young teenager walk in and demand money from the cash register. The man has a gun in his hand, and he says he’ll shoot you. You back up toward the cash register, but you also draw your gun and shoot your attacker. Your attacker drops his gun, and both robbers try to run.

The adult robber falls down, but the teenager runs away. Police say these two robbers had robbed two other stores and beaten another store clerk that morning.

What would you do in these situations? Podcast and full discussion are at the link.

Slow FactsAbout Rob Morse

Rob writes about gun rights at Ammoland, at Clash Daily, and on his SlowFacts blog. He hosts the Self Defense Gun Stories Podcast and co-hosts the Polite Society Podcast. Rob is an NRA pistol instructor and combat handgun competitor.

Contact Tony Simon at Diversityshoot.com, on Instagram and facebook at Simon Says Train and The 2nd is For Everyone podcast.

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Barry Hirsh

Betcha that cop has a new drinkin’ buddy!


Screw the podcast. Just give us the transcript. Too much chat on podcasts. Besides, listening to a moving line on the computer screen talk is just odd.
Everybody wants to do podcasts.

Phil in TX

Exactly! I agree 100% Idadho! If they’re not doing “podcasts” they’re pushing video. Just give me the story in print. I’ve been able to read since the first grade. I don’t need a talking head to tell me the story.

Phil in TX

Ed in TX

We don’t have to listen to broadcasts or videos, the print is just below.