Robber Tries To Hold Up Pizza Restaurant With Ammo Magazine

posted on March 25, 2017

To quote a popular television commercial, “That’s not how any of this works.”

In what might be one of the worst attempted “armed” robberies ever, a man tried to rob a South Carolina pizza restaurant with only an ammunition magazine.

According to a report at foxcarolina.com, the man entered the Myrtle Beach store Tuesday night, pointed the loaded magazine at an employee and demanded he give him all the money. The employee, who apparently understands the void of lethality of a magazine (unlike most in the so-called “mainstream” media) simply slapped it out of the suspect’s hand, police said. 

The suspect quickly grabbed the magazine and the two cartridges that fell out of it, then walked out the door. 

It seems that magazines, even those that hold many rounds of ammo, aren’t as dangerous as gun-banners would have us believe!

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