Sunday, February 20, 2011

Attempted Armed Robbery at Gun Store

In this video we hear a fairly good example of how gun owners should react to the possibility of killing a bad guy. I wish Jay G. and his tough-guy friends could learn something from this, but I'm afraid they're too far gone.

What's your opinion? Is this how most gun owners feel? Is all that silly talk on MArooned and other extremist gun blogs, calling armed robbers "goblins" and the like, the exception to the rule?

What's your opinion? Please leave a comment.


  1. Most of them are grateful, that's why so many crimes are stopped without anyone being shot.

    If you're talking to gun owners who eagerly anticipate the day they get to shoot someone, then you're talking to a very small minority.

    It is an unfortunate fact of life that everyone has their shitheads.

  2. This seems to fit with most self-defense scenarios, that when the attacker finds themselves looking at an armed victim, they turn tail and run.

    Most guns owners DON'T want to shoot and kill anybody, which is why the statistics show that in around 95% of defensive gun uses, no shots are fired, and there's only about 200 justifiable homicides in the entire US every year (for hundreds of thousands of defensive gun uses).


  3. Keep singing it, Orygunner. Those numbers are mighty bold for a guy who so often wants proof when others make claims.