A Few Examples of How Guns Save Lives!

Home Invasion Stopped

Two residents in Glen St. Mary, Florida, turned the tide on seven home invasion suspects by opening fire with an AR-15 and a 9mm handgun. One of the alleged suspects was killed, another hospitalized, and a third was treated and released to police.

News4Jax reports the incident occurred around 4 a.m. Sunday when the suspects kicked in the door, claiming to be from the sheriff’s office. Three residents were at home at the time, and two responded by opening fire. The resident with the AR-15 estimates he fired 30 rounds by himself.

Two suspects immediately “crumpled to the floor with multiple gunshot wounds.” The residents then “retreated to another part of the home” and called 911.

11-year Girl Saves Brother

An 11-year-old girl shot and killed a cougar that was tracking her brother as he walked toward their house in Twisp, Washington. Her 9-year-old brother had killed a cougar near their home earlier in the month.

Homeowner Stops Burglars

A homeowner in San Antonio, Texas, was returning to his home and heard people inside. He pulled a gun and confronted three burglars, shooting two of them and holding the third in custody until police came.

Woman Shots Man Stealing Her Car With Kids In Backseat

(DALLAS) — Dallas police say a woman shot a man in the head who was trying to steal her sport utility vehicle with her two children inside. Police say the suspect got into the women’s vehicle late Wednesday night in a gas station parking lot.

Police say the woman jumped in the vehicle and told the suspect to stop. When he did not, the woman pulled a gun from her glove box and shot the man once in the head. The vehicle then crashed into a telephone pole.

Police say the suspect was taken to a hospital and is in serious but stable condition.

Police say the women and her children were not injured in the incident.

Home Owner Defends Home (Source)

A Florida gunman kicked down a door at a Land O' Lakes home Saturday afternoon — apparently angry at a family for supporting and protecting his estranged wife amid divorce proceedings — but the gunman was met by the homeowner, who also was armed, WTSP-TV reported.
Deputies responded around 12:30 p.m. to the home in the Sunset Lakes subdivision, where Fleet (the Intruder) was pronounced dead, the station said.

"He was defending himself and his family," Nocco (Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco) said of the homeowner.
Do Not Overgun

What Gangsters Say

Gun control? It’s the best thing you can do for crooks and gangsters. I want you to have nothing. If I’m a bad guy, I’m always gonna have a gun.”

the Bull
~ Sammy “The Bull” Gravano

(The #2 man in the Gambino crime family under John Gotti, from the Peter Maas book “Underboss”)