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A GOOD SURPRIZE

 
 
Reply Mon 10 Jul, 2006 10:43 am
The Reporter, Vacaville, Calif., 02/09/06

A man was talking to a friend outside his home one evening when four men approached
and forced them inside the home at gunpoint. According to police,
the suspects made the victim kneel on his living room floor,
then forced him into his bedroom where they demanded money and property.

The victim reached into his nightstand, but instead of grabbing cash,
he produced a .38-caliber pistol
. When the intruders attempted to wrest
the gun away, he shot one of them twice in the torso, prompting the
others to flee the scene. The injured burglar was later pronounced dead at the hospital.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 10 Jul, 2006 10:45 am
It seems unlikely that the criminals wud have
let their victim survive long enuf to complain to police
or to testify against them in court.

Its a good idea to be prepared.

David
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paull
 
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Reply Tue 11 Jul, 2006 03:21 pm
David, you can't spell a lick.

I hope that guy doesn't get convicted of something, because surely he could have talked his way out of it, and the dead guy might have written a children's book someday, or seen the light, entered the priesthood, and figured out how to make gasoline out of water.

Where'd you get a picture of my revolver?
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Tue 18 Jul, 2006 09:21 pm
paull wrote:
David, you can't spell a lick.

I used to spell like u do,
but I saw the light and reformed.



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I hope that guy doesn't get convicted of something, because surely he could have talked his way out of it, and the dead guy might have written a children's book someday, or seen the light, entered the priesthood, and figured out how to make gasoline out of water.

Yeah: if only we cud have gotten that children 's book !


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Where'd you get a picture of my revolver?

From this forum.
I don 't know much about computers.

It resembles the 2 " .38 with which I armed first myself
a few decades ago, when I was 8.
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roger
 
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Reply Tue 18 Jul, 2006 10:17 pm
Sure. Lots of children's authors force their way into homes, demanding cash. That explains why the contributors are always left alive and unharmed.

It looks like a S&W J-Frame to me, but it's a much copied piece.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Wed 19 Jul, 2006 10:02 pm
roger wrote:
Sure. Lots of children's authors force their way into homes, demanding cash. That explains why the contributors are always left alive and unharmed.

It looks like a S&W J-Frame to me, but it's a much copied piece.

Better load it with hollowpoints or hydrashock.
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