In Wisconsin, a Marine veteran that was practicing legal concealed carry stopped a man from beating his ex-girlfriend.
No shots were fired, or needed, from Charlie Blackmore’s handgun, even though the suspect—who had been stalking the woman—tried several times to close with the concerned citizen. Blackmore called police and held the suspect until the authorities could arrive and take him into custody.
Another great example of why law-bidding citizens should have the right to carry a concealed handgun. There is no way of knowing how this might have ended had Blackmore been unwilling or unable to help. I, for one, am really glad won’t ever know.