Café Defense

posted on July 18, 2012
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Two punks learned the hard way that Florida has some pretty good conceal carry and self-defense laws when they tried to rob an Internet café and a 71-year-old customer sent them packing with a few shots from his legally carried handgun, which you can see in this video.

Florida has long led the country in common sense self-defense laws, and as you can see, those laws work. Oh, and by the way, the police caught the suspects. This is why we carry guns. The hero here didn’t know if or when he would ever need his gun, but he carried daily and had it the day it was needed.

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