The Armed Citizen

NRA/American Rifleman, October, 2019

Read these amazing stories which highlight accounts of law-abiding gun owners in America using their Second Amendment rights for self-defense in this online edition of the Armed Citizen®.

September, 2019 –

An armed robber was shot dead by a 22-year-old man early in the morning on Detroit’s West side. Two men on foot reportedly approached three people, seated inside a vehicle, from behind and attempted to rob them. One robber, armed with a gun, allegedly assaulted the driver and demanded items. The 22-year-old drew his concealed-carry firearm and shot the robber multiple times. The man died at the scene from his injuries. The other man allegedly fled. (detroitnews.com, Detroit, Mich., 8/8/19)

Armed Citizen Extra
A father was forced to confront a burglar on his porch in front of his children one Wednesday afternoon in New Hampshire. Upon pulling into his driveway, he found a stranger standing on his porch, without evident intention. Once he realized the man was trying to break into his home to steal his kids’ bikes, however, the armed dad was forced to act. Telling his kids to wait in the car, the father stepped out and held the would-be robber at gunpoint until police arrived, at which point the failed intruder surrendered to officers. (NBC BostonRochester, N.H., 7/25/19)

From the Armed Citizen® Archives
September 1973
A man walked into Roy Laos’ Tuscon, Ariz., pharmacy, pointed a pistol at the owner and demanded money. Instead of handing over his cash, Laos grabbed a revolver and fired two shots that sent the would-be holdup man fleeing. (Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson, Ariz.)

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