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Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by U201491, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. U201491

    U201491 Well-Known Member

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    U201491 Well-Known Member

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    Not hers. Her slugs came right out of the barrel :thumbup::woot::buttrock:
     
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    simon99 Central Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Awesome story....

    My dear, sweet old grandmother, God Bless her, carried a 357 in her purse until the day she passed away. Nobody messes with nonna!
     
  4. 41Slinger

    41Slinger Harrisburg Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    63-year-old Elzie Pipkins was at home in Shreveport, La. when an intruder armed with a shotgun forced his way inside the house. Once inside, the intruder ordered Pipkins’ granddaughter to fill a bag with valuables, while Pipkins begged the criminal to leave with the money in her purse. Pipkins eventually led the intruder to a safe where she keeps some change and a handgun. Pipkins opened the safe and offered the change to the intruder, at which point the criminal took a hand off his shotgun, giving Pipkins an opportunity to retrieve the pistol from the safe and fire it at the robber. The home invader was struck once in the chest and fled before collapsing a block away from Pipkins’ home.
    Following the shooting, Pipkins made clear she did not relish shooting the criminal, stating to a local news outlet, “Just $55 in coins, and he lost his life, Lord Jesus I wish the young people today would just think, go to school, get an education and a good job and buy what you want...
    I'd say Grandma had a whole lot to give. NICE