Local militia groups were unhappy because they hadn't been paid. But they got a surprise when they tried to take over the town of Radah and force the people to organize a "strike". The villagers disagreed and refused to cooperate. The militia began shooting the place up. But the townspeople were better armed and shot back. A rival militia came in about that time and increased the complexity. Bottom line, there was a battle, but the local citizens secured their town because they were armed and ready. If you get a chance, look up "Radah Yemen" in your favorite search engine and read the details.
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Carrying an XDm 9mm with Hornady Critical Defense hollowpoint. Soon to be carrying a Ruger along with it....