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What is Mirror Thinking and how can it be dangerous to the good people of America? A Texas mother was forced to use deadly force to stop a carjacker at a gas station in Dallas. What are some lessons for us all to learn?

Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week has a question about professional training. How can a new gun owner or shooter tell the difference between a good, bad, or average instructor?

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    • How to identify a qualified instructor? (recent Israeli training video)
  • Quiet Time
  • Texas mom shoots man trying to take car with her kids inside at gas station: ‘I hope that woke him up’ www.foxnews.com
  • Beware of the danger of Mirror Thinking; “I don’t want to hurt anyone.”  etc

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From www.foxnews.com:

A Texas mother said she didn’t think twice about shooting a would-be carjacker when the man jumped into her vehicle at a Dallas gas station while her two sons were in the backseat.

Michelle Booker-Hicks was at the Shell station along Interstate 35 around 10 p.m. Wednesday when Ricky Wright, 36, attempted to steal her vehicle while she was paying her gas bill, police said. Booker-Hicks told FOX4 Dallas her two sons, ages 2 and 4, were sitting in the backseat at the time.

“I proceeded to jump in my backseat and told the gentleman to stop, to get out the car. He would not get out of the car. He turned around and looked at me. I reached over the armrest to get my glove compartment and that’s when I fired at him once I got the gun from my glove compartment,” Booker-Hicks recalled to the news station.

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