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Hoosier Daddy?

HP995

Regular Member
Joined
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Messages
730
Location
MO, USA
"The Kokomo, Ind., resident was getting into his car 🚗 when a suspicious man wearing a bandana entered his car without warning. 🖐🤪 The driver armed himself with his firearm and informed the suspect he was armed. 🔫 This did not deter the would-be carjacker, who pulled out a handgun of his own. 🔫💩 In response, the armed citizen fired several times at the suspect, who fled the vehicle without a fight and without firing his weapon." 🏃‍♂️


"Boles' neighbors house was struck by the gunfire, it is unknown if the suspect was struck."

🏠💬 ya got me!

🏆 Marksmanship trophy

 

eye95

Well-known member
Joined
Jan 6, 2010
Messages
13,539
Location
Fairborn, Ohio, USA
What? The word-be victim did not yell, “Drop it!” a la movies and TV??? He just opened fire?

Good on him.

Nothing gets me yelling at the TV louder than watching two guys pointing guns at each other—point blank rang—each demanding that the other drop it. I usually shout, “Shoot the SOB! The first one who shoots, wins!”

In an SD situation, the instant you realize it is you or him, make it him!
 

color of law

Accomplished Advocate
Joined
Oct 7, 2007
Messages
4,780
Location
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
"Boles then armed himself and announced to the suspect that he was armed."

What does that mean? Did he run home and get his gun? If the gun was on his person then he was armed. My question is how fer away was he to miss the BG? He hit a house.

All we have here is a story that realy does not tell much of anything.
 

since9

Campaign Veteran
Joined
Jan 14, 2010
Messages
6,964
Location
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Approach:

Step 1: Ready your plan of action
Step 2: Inspect area around vehicle
Step 2: Inspect inside of vehicle

Entry:

Step 1: Open door
Step 2: Lock all doors
Step 3: Enter vehicle
 
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