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Equalizer saved handicap homeowner from death
Submitted by: Paul Williams

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A citizen with Parkinson's disease, answered the doorbell to "may I use your telephone".

The visitor being rebuffed smashed in the kitchen door glass. After forcing his way inside, he confronted the resident who raised a handgun and fired a single, fatal shot.

"Had he not had an equalizer, he would be a victim today," said the resident's brother after the attack." I thank God for the right to bear arms." (The Times-Union, Jacksonville, FL, 5/6/00)
 

Montgomery holds dueling gun shows
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Million Misinformed Mom stuff.
 

Safety high on city's list
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Article about the Dallas city counsel trying to pass leglislation to "regulate" gun shows.
 

Man who shot his tenant's alarm clock to make it shut up gets 1 year in prison
Submitted by: Clock Killer

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"Kees, 37, was arrested about 1 a.m. on June 11...A police affidavit said officers saw Kees leaving a tenant's apartment with a gun."

"The tenant, Don Ward, told police Kees used a key to enter his apartment and that Kees told him "the alarm clock was disturbing him and his lady.' Ward, who was not in court Friday, told police that Kees then shot his alarm clock and left."

But the clock kept ticking, so he came back and shot it again.

Guess I won't shoot the neighbor's car alarm. :-)

What an idiot! This is Darwin Award material.
 

Customer won't be charged for killing teen-age robber
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A Portsmouth man who shot and killed an 18-year-old robber of an Alcoholic Beverage Control Store in Churchland on Dec. 22 was justified in his actions, according to the Commonwealth's Attorney
Please see the on-line Poll with this article.
 

Victory for self-defense need worry only thugs
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"Nothing gives liberals a case of the vapors like hearing about a law-abiding person defending himself with a gun."

At last -- a pro-choice concealed carry editorial from the Va Pilot.
 

Citizens support shootings of criminals mainly draw support
Submitted by: Glen Deibert Jr.

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People in Virginia are finally getting the message that they are responisble
for their own self defense.
 

Were the colonists gun-haters?
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Geoff Metcalf interviews Second Amendment historian Joyce Malcolm
 

Intruder picks wrong target
Submitted by: 17monkeys
Website: http://17monkeys.com

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Home invasion results in home owner disarming the intruder and shooting him with his own shotgun.

"Afterwards, the suspect kept saying he broke into the wrong house. And we said, `You sure did.'"
 

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