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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by nrmcolt, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. isuzu


    Jul 3, 2005
    North America
    As a gun writer said in one of his columns, "Beware of the Magic Wand Syndrome."

    I previously posted an incident that happened two years ago in Bacolod. Our neighbor's wife's lending firm was held up by five persons. One employee panicked and was shot by the perp in the back and arm with a .45 1911. My neighbor's brother-in-law retaliated by shooting one of the perps with a one round from a Beretta .22 loaded with CCI Stingers. The perp got hit in the chest and was in no time incapacitated. He later died in the hospital. The perp's companions took off after they saw their companion shot.

    The employee who was shot by the perp was brought to the hospital in serious condition.

    The fault of my neighbor's brother-in-law was that he did not shoot the perp twice, as is the common practice. My neighbor told me that after his brother-in-law shot the perp, he spun like crazy and fell down.