Responsible Gun Owners Save Lives

An article from Breitbart (because how many other news networks are worth listening to during an age when Russia MSM has more transparency than the US)?

An employee of a jewelry store in Conroe, Texas, pulled an AK-47 from behind the counter to stop four would-be armed robbers. One of the armed robbers opened fire and multiple employees returned fire, killing the suspect.

Jeffery Turner, Jr., owner of Jeff’s Jewelry Store in Conroe, told police that four men entered his store and demanded jewelry, purses and other items. At least one of the robbers displayed a firearm, according to Montgomery County Police Reporter’s Scott Engle. One of Turner’s employees responded by pulling an AK-47 semi-automatic rifle from behind the counter. The gunman fired at the store employees and a firefight ensued. At least three employees were said to have fired weapons at the robbery suspects.

The suspect who began shooting was struck and killed in the gun fight. The other three suspects escaped in a white Dodge Charger. Police found the Charger not far from the scene of the robbery. The suspects in the failed robbery attempt had abandoned the car and remain at large, Engle reported.

Police have not yet released the identity of the deceased suspect.

The attempted robbery took place on Monday afternoon at about 12:30 p.m.

Turner’s attorney, E. Tay Bond, spoke with the Conroe Courier’s Catherine Dominguez. “You always have a right to defend yourself, especially when the robber shoots at you.” Bond confirmed that Turner keeps an AK-47 in the store for defensive purposes.

The AK-47 rifle is manufactured in both automatic and semi-automatic models. In a semi-automatic weapon you must pull the trigger each time you want to fire. An automatic weapon will fire as long as you hold the trigger, until you run out of ammunition.

Conroe Police Department’s Lt. Dorcy McGinnis told the Conroe newspaper, “There was a lot of gunfire. She reported the store’s windows were broken out from the “bullet spray.”

Texas’ “Castle Doctrine” laws allow a business owner or employee to have a weapon for self-defense and to use that weapon to protect their life and the lives of others.

Turner’s store had previously been robbed in 2014 when a group of men smashed through the glass door with a sledgehammer. At that time, Dominguez reported, one of the employees grabbed a shotgun and the would-be robbers said, “They’ve got guns. Let’s get out of here.”

The store employees were able to successfully stop the robbery and protect the lives of other employees and customers who were threatened by the armed gunmen.

A search for the suspects, which included support from a Drug Enforcement Agency helicopter, was not successful and the police manhunt continues. It has not been reported if any of the other suspects were injured in the hail of gunfire.

First of all, I love how this article actually explains the difference between an automatic and a semi-automatic weapon. Given that the majority of pro-gun control advocates don’t know the damn difference and are unaware of the fact that you need a very special permit to get an automatic weapon. They’re not available to the average gun owner and an automatic weapon has never been used in a US mass shooting.

Second, look forward to me posting lots of these kinds of stories in the future. Because they are rarely shown to the public. Sure, the whole world will know if there’s a mass shooting where the bad guy wins, but the MSM hardly ever shows it when a responsible gun owner saves the day and uses the Second Amendment in the way it’s supposed to be used. To protect oneself from criminals and those seeking to overpower the weak.

Third. Notice how the article mentions that this shop had been robbed before. The criminals had the exact same reaction that most criminals have when they realize that their potential victim is armed. They ran. Twice. The bad guys will always target those they think are unarmed. Until they realize you can fight back.

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