On the evening of Nov. 3, 2020, in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., a concealed-carry permit holder was forced to draw and use his firearm to protect himself and another person. The victims were approached by two armed men who attempted to rob them. Fearing for his life, the concealed-carry permit holder shot at the suspected robbers, wounding one of them.
“[The intruders] came in with two normal pistols, and my AR stopped them.”
Armed citizen caused intruders who kicked in his door to flee immediately.
Anti-gunner infringements on our Second Amendment right remove the best way ordinary people can protect themselves.
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During alleged home invasion, the retiree fired his rifle in self-defense at a man with criminal record.
Supporters of the Second Amendment know there are innumerable hypothetical arguments against anti-gun policies, and unending amounts of statistical evidence that show the abject failure of gun-control laws to have any discernible impact on efforts to diminish violent crime.
Gov. Pete Ricketts said he’d like to work with a state senator on proposed legislation to allow people to protect themselves.