Tulsa Carry Permit Holder Shoots Crowbar-Wielding Robber

posted on December 1, 2015

A concealed-carry permit holder in Tulsa, Okla., used his firearm to save his life when accosted outside a fast food restaurant on Sunday evening.

According to police reports, the man was leaving a Burger King restaurant when another man, armed with a crowbar, attempted to rob him. Realizing the dire threat, the permit holder pulled his handgun and shot his assailant through the shoulder.

The man with the crowbar fled the scene, and was later located by police at a local hospital, where he was seeking treatment for the gunshot wound. At the time of this writing, charges against the attempted armed robber had not yet been filed.

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