Armed Defense at Home, at Work, in the Car and in Public

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Armed Defense at Home, at Work, in the Car and in Public

U.S.A. -( You probably didn’t see these stories covered by the mainstream news media, but again last week, responsible gun owners defended themselves and the people they love. Self-defense instructor Robyn Sandoval joins the Self Defense Gun Stories Podcast to look at four new examples. Were these gun owners lucky, or did they have a plan?
(21-minute audio)

First story- Are you armed at home?

You are sitting in your living room with our wife on a weekday morning. A stranger opens your door and walks in. He is naked from the waist down. You tell him to leave and he attacks you. He punches you again and again. You shout for your wife to get your gun. She goes to the bedroom and the intruder follows her. You follow them both. The intruder attacks your wife in the bedroom. You grab your revolver and shoot the attacker until he stops attacking your wife. She’s badly hurt. You call 911 and beg for help. Police are already in the area because your neighbors reported the intruder trying to get into other homes.

Emergency medical services declare your attacker dead at the scene. Your wife is in critical condition so they fly her to the hospital by helicopter. They take you to the hospital by ambulance. You give the police a statement at the hospital. You are both in your late 70s, and your wife was too badly injured to talk to the police.

Second Story- Are you armed at work?

You’re working behind the counter at a discount store and the next customer walks up to the counter. He tells you to open the register and give him the money. You think he is joking until he reaches for his waist and you think he has a gun. You own a gun too. You are carrying concealed today. You present your firearm and shoot your armed attacker. He runs from the store. You call the police.

Police check on video cameras in the area. Officers arrive at your attacker’s house. He fights with officers and a police dog bites him. Now he is taken to the hospital for treatment of the dog bite on his arm and for treatment of a gunshot wound to his leg.

Your attacker is charged with robbery, assault, and resisting arrest. He is also arrested on an outstanding warrant for simple assault. You are not charged with a crime.

Third story- Are you armed as you drive?

You and your wife are driving home. An SUV pulls in front of you and forces you to the curb. Several armed men get out of the SUV and order you out of your car. You and your wife get out. They take your keys. You tell your wife to run. One of the robbers points his gun at her and you present your firearm and shoot at him. Now he dives into the SUV and drives away. You’re both shaken, but not hurt. You call 911.

You’re lucky you still have your wallet. You show the police your Illinois Firearms owners identification card and your firearms registration. Your wife is the majority leader of the Democrat-controlled Illinois Senate.

Fourth story- Are you armed as you go get groceries?

You look up when you hear shouts. You’re walking across the grocery store parking lot. You see a car with the driver’s side door open and the car is in motion. The driver runs over someone. A woman is also hanging out of the car and is being dragged across the parking lot. Someone is in the driver’s seat. You present your firearm and point it at the driver. He stops and runs to a waiting SUV. You holster your gun and check on the victims. All of you call 911 to report what you saw.

You give a statement to the police when they arrive. EMS takes the female driver and the injured bystander to the hospital. Police find the three teenagers who were on a carjacking spree. Combined, they are charged with seven counts of aggravated robbery.

The surge in carjackings started after the local DA said he won’t charge people for vehicle theft.

Tag- No Shots Fired

A discussion of each story is at the Self Defense Gun Stories podcast webpage.

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I realize that one state was mentioned but whenever possible each state should be published so we can better understand the aftermath.


The surge in carjackings started after the local DA said he won’t charge people for vehicle theft. Try not paying taxes. lol


Big difference between stealing your car at midnight when it is parked in your driveway and a carjacking, which should be treated as a robbery.


Rob: It would help to start each story with the source – so the entry can be copied and sent to others in a form where the source can be accessed to verify the report. Otherwise, those the story is sent to may not accept it as fact.


To get the original article, just click on the story caption.


first is the end of the peaceful breeze through the house ,neighbors dropping by for coffee now pistol in your lap while reading emails one under desk shotgun by the door. demonrats let the animals out of their cages. (the storage laws are to protect their minions)


three and four are directly due to demoncrats and their create hell mentality make society collapse so people will let them form an authoritarian government , they will attack people who defend themselves because they show it can be done, thieves are by nature lazy cowards stalin ,castro hitler , they did not kill all those people to make people do what they wanted ,they had week minded leos to do the dirty work follow orders and dont question laws we are in charge and the waws are what we say they are


Story 3 shows the mentality of the dimocRAT party today in the once great state of Illinois, guns for me but not for thee! I’m absolutely positive this incident DID NOTHING to persuade this commie senator to change her position about God given Second Amendment protections. I certainly hope we figure a way to neuter the City State situations the United States finds itself in especially Blue City States. It’s been a known secret to dims for decades that their key to power are massive urban centers, this is why the UN Agenda 21 protocols are part and parcel of… Read more »

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Audio starts and stops. Tested in two mobile browsers. Nothing wrong with my internet connection (other streaming audio plays fine)