The Armed Citizen® January 14, 2019

posted on January 14, 2019
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The Armed Citizen Extra
A couple in their early 20s exchanged gunfire with a burglar early one morning in their Tulsa, Okla., home during a break-in attempt. The burglar was shot in the torso and was taken to a hospital by several of his compatriots, where he remains in critical condition. The couple escaped the incident unscathed. (KJRH, Tulsa, Okla., 12/06/2018)

From the Armed Citizen® Archives
January 1933
John Kohney, chef, thwarted a robbery of the Granada Cafe, Rockford, Ill., on October 22 by his quick resort to his gun, the intruder feeding without accomplishing his purpose.


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