Dept. Of Righteous Shootings

Chalk this little episode up to a “nick of time” coincidence:

According to authorities, the woman in question had just picked up her pistol the day before, after waiting the 10 days required under California law between the time of purchase and when gun owners can actually take possession of their newly-bought firearm. Little did she realize that she would soon end up using the gun to fend off an attack on her husband in their own home.

And here’s the good part (with my emphasis):

In a 911 call at 10:20 p.m., a resident of the Wilding Ranch subdivision on the city’s east edge reported that a neighbor had called and said she had just shot an intruder at her house.

When deputies arrived, they found a dead man near the home’s front entry. The residents — a 50-year-old woman and her 45-year-old husband — said that the apparently intoxicated stranger had tried to force his way into their home.

According to the sheriff’s report, as the husband fought with the intruder near the front door, his wife ran to the bedroom to get a revolver, which she said she had brought home on Friday. Returning to the entry, she fired all its rounds into the intruder.

None of this one-shot or double-tap stuff for Our Heroine:  ALL SIX bullets pumped into the choirboy’s worthless ass.

Sing it from the rooftops, brothers and sisters.


  1. I have been calling for this for over a decade. Any time a person exercises his/her/xir Second Amendment rights in the defense of life, liberty, or property, the state should be required to compensate for ammunition expended and any wear and tear on the weapon.

  2. Six shots on target in a Miculek minute! Now wait for the despicable defense Attorney to say that was too many shots for her to be genuinely in fear for her life.

  3. I LOVE this! I’d prefer gun owners go to the range and learn how to do a properly executed Mozambique. But face it, not many will. This works well, though, too! If you’re going to do the job, do it thoroughly. Save your neighbors the court costs AND the medical costs (body bags are cheap). Git ‘r done, boys ‘n girls!

    Give her a medal, says I.

  4. If a recidivist criminal is removed from the gene pool, whomever removed them should be given a couple of grand from the taxpayer treasury to cover costs as well as be given a certificate of appreciation.

    I also think the perps should be quartered with their head on a pike to serve as discouragement to other denizens.


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