Good guy without a gun 1, gun owner 0
Very brave pharmacist. Glad it worked out well for him & the store.
So there are two stories today about unarmed people disarming robbers. Both ended with no injuries or deaths. Think about what might have happened if either victim had a weapon. Chances are, the criminal would see the victim's gun and fire first. Others could have bit hit by the crossfire.
Feel bad for the pharmacist. He shouldn't have to deal with that...
Just goes to show once again it doesn't take a good guy with a gun to stop a bad guy or in this case several bad girls with a gun. No shots fired, no one injured and the women will probably get arrested soon. Training on how to best challenge a confrontation may be the best defense after all. Earlier story on a woman disarming a break in with an AK, seems to show fortitude and knowledge of weapons to gain the upper hand again through surprise confrontation. Same with that guy who stopped the shooting in the restaurant. My personal favorite is a hickory bat. Chased a burglar out of the house one night with it. Got in some good strikes heh. He is now paying time. I do own many guns, but discharging one in my house with kids in nearby rooms doesn't play well. I lost a good friend to a shot going through a wall. Her husband lives with that to this day.
Second story today where someone chose to fight back and won. Not saying it always advisable, but glad when the victim is not injured. Time for criminals to learn that not everyone is a soft target to be manipulated.
Wow. I'm happy he won but she could have pulled that trigger so easily. I'm glad it turned out like it did. Now they just need to be caught.
Dear Robbers: Snatching Doors are being designed and manufactured. You will be squeezed to motionless at exit. Need to watch out.
Glad he is alright, hopefully they can pull a fingerprint off of that firearm.
Somebody knows those three women and I hope they will be in jail by weeks end. A handgun and mace. How do you get to a point in life where you are this sorry?
A pharmacists getting robbed--there's a change of pace.
yet another 'good guy without a gun' story
Wow this pahramacist has guts.i would be scared to death if someone pulled a gun at me.I think i would faint.
Oh, btw, any of you thinking of grabbing someones pistol, please twist it out of their hands, not pulling on it and with it the trigger! I'm surprised he didn't get shot just from the force of pulling on the gun.
This reminds me of Jerome Ersland. He as a pharmacist who shot and killed a robber and was convicted of murder. He is still in prison. The whole thing is a bunch of crap!!! A travesty of justice for sure!!!
Nice job with this robbery ladies, gaining nothing and losing a gun in the process :)
Have long thought that pharmacies should have windows between employees and the public.
Good for him. I know of a few stores that appear to have some new employees lately. Burly young men in white lab coats who appear to have little work to do.It's kinda strange how they look like off duty cops.