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    There is a debate raging about caliber size. .40 cal for the extra punch, or 9mm for more ammo capacity. I'm still on the fence on this issue, but for those who say it's not the bullet size, but where the bullet hits, this one is for you. A .38 revolver stops a robbery.......in LA!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA-L3D7GueI

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    Well, pilgrim....the good guydid right nice on the defense.

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    That was awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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    why dont u ask a trauma surgeon what a .22 will do to a human.

    a 38 is more then enough... ithink law abiding citizens get caught up on the whole bulletproof BOOGIEMAN sydrome.

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    Hmmm, rewatch the video...

    The 'victim' is the dead assailant.

    The 'suspect' is the clerk that defended his life...

    Remember, YOU are the victim, YOU are the victim, YOU are the victim....

    Carry on.

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    jmlefler wrote:
    Hmmm, rewatch the video...

    The 'victim' is the dead assailant.

    The 'suspect' is the clerk that defended his life...

    Remember, YOU are the victim, YOU are the victim, YOU are the victim....

    Carry on.
    Its because there talking about the victim of who was killed I think

    but its nice to see some one defending his store

    I couldnt help but smile when the cop said "looks like the clerk won this one"

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    Yeah, this is from Pomona, looks like on the shoulder patches. Score one for the citizens.

    Dale

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    Hiredgun30 wrote:
    why dont u ask a trauma surgeon what a .22 will do to a human.
    Read Morgue Ballistics and see things in a brighter light.

    http://tinyurl.com/2vzgd7
    Copy and paste - linky poster is funky again!


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    jmlefler wrote:
    Hmmm, rewatch the video...

    The 'victim' is the dead assailant.

    The 'suspect' is the clerk that defended his life...

    Remember, YOU are the victim, YOU are the victim, YOU are the victim....

    Carry on.
    Yeah, what the hell are those idiot cops calling the perp a "victim" for anyway? The victim(s) were the people in the store.. NOT the BG who decided to partake of their revenues.

    In the final seconds of your life, just before your killer is about to dispatch you to that great eternal darkness, what would you rather have in your hand? A cell phone or a gun?

    Si vis pacem, para bellum.

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