Can armed citizens make a difference in a mass murder attack? Have armed citizens stopped bad people with guns in the past? We have an article that highlights numerous times where armed good guys have stopped armed bad guys. We discuss that during our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters.
During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, Professor Paul considers the Pimphand lower project and some important items to consider if you decide to assemble your own AR-15 lower. This could save you a lot of time and frustration.
We have a special feature for you, the first half of our interview with Mark Walters, host of Armed American Radio. Paul and Mark have known each other for many years and have much to discuss. Be sure to listen louder.
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- TOPIC: Armed Citizens stop Mass Murderers www.nationalreview.com
- Mark Walters interview Part 1
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Yesterday, a terrifying scene played out in a Walmart in Springfield, Mo. A man pulled up to the store, donned body armor, and armed himself with a “tactical rifle,” a handgun, and more than 100 rounds of ammunition. He walked into the store and began recording himself on his phone as he pushed a shopping cart. The moment, complete with the video, had echoes of mass shootings from Christchurch to El Paso to Dayton.
Panicked customers fled, and the police sped toward the store, but by the time they arrived, the crisis had passed. A private citizen described as a “former firefighter” had pulled his firearm and was holding the man at gunpoint. That thing that supposedly never happens just happened again. A good guy with a gun averted a potential crisis.