At Home and at Work, More Self-Defense Gun Stories

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At Work, as You Shop, & on the Road – More Self-Defense Gun Stories

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 training?  What can we learn from their experience? Listen and find out. (16-minute audio)

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

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First story-  Are you armed at work in the middle of the day?

You’re 80 years old and you still own this deli between Cleveland and Lakewood. The morning rush is over and you’re getting ready for the lunch crowd. Two men come in. Their faces are covered by hooded sweatshirts. One of them has a gun in his hand and he tries to push his way past you to get behind the counter. The robber tells you to open the cash drawer. You draw your gun and fire. Both robbers duck, and then they run away.

You call police. You had another robbery attempt a few weeks ago, and now you carry every day.  The police say your shot missed your attacker.

Second Story-  Are you armed at home on a Sunday morning?

You hear someone at your back door. A second later, the back door to your home crashes in. You walk toward the back door and see two young men with guns in their hands. You’re armed. You move, draw, and shoot. The two robbers run out the back door the way they came.

Now you call police. The officers arrive in minutes because other neighbors had already called the police to report the armed teens going from backyard to backyard.

Third story- Are you armed at work?

It is three in the afternoon. You and your co-workers are at EZ Pawn shop. You’re behind the counter. A young man walks up to the cash register. He points a gun at you and demands the cash. You’re armed. You open the cash drawer and then draw your gun. You shoot your attacker. He drops his gun and runs. You let him go and call police.

The police say your attacker used a stolen gun to threaten you.

Fourth story- Are you armed at night when you’re at home?

You’re at home on a Saturday night when you hear a knock at your door. You recognize the two people outside, and open the door to talk to them. That is when the two push their way inside. The man has a knife in his hand. The woman has a baseball bat. They threaten you and demand money. You have your gun. You draw and shoot your attackers until they run outside. You stay inside and you call the police.

The police find your wounded attackers down the block. They are taken to the hospital and charged with aggravated burglary and felony assault.

What would you do in these situations? Podcast and full discussion 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 on The 2nd is For Everyone podcast.

  • 5 thoughts on “At Home and at Work, More Self-Defense Gun Stories

    1. I was shot 3 times by a criminal that was carrying “ILLEGALLY”. I was not because the establishment forbid weapons on their property. The courts let the shooter go because he was a juvenile, black and was oppressed????? He got off free of all charges. I live with pain from my injuries 24/7.
      I am of a smaller minority than he or his people. Where are my rights?
      I no longer enter any facility that refuses to honor my Constitutional Carry or my Second Amendment Rights.
      My Church welcomes ALL armed citizens.

    2. What would I do in these situations?

      1) Shoot continuously until the danger has absolutely and inarguably ceased.
      2) Phone my attorney (and follow his instructions).
      3) Phone 911 (unless my attorney has done so already).

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