What morons!!!!! The Beretta was not and is not a revolver.
Doesn't anyone check to make sure what they claim is true anymore?????
I think this crap cam right off the desk of Sara Brady!!!!!!
posted on 12/16/2007 10:50:21 AM PST
(My dad ldft for Europe in)
"Restricted to the use of revolvers"
Not restricted from the use of them.
posted on 12/16/2007 10:53:27 AM PST
You missed the point...
BECAUSE it is not a revolver, a LICENSED guard would not have been allowed to carry the Beretta.
Becuse she was NOT licensed, she was able to.
posted on 12/16/2007 10:55:38 AM PST
(Fear and Loathing in '08: Hunter/Thompson)
What morons!!!!! The Beretta was not and is not a revolver. Doesn't anyone check to make sure what they claim is true anymore????? I think this crap cam right off the desk of Sara Brady!!!!!!
Huh? What they're saying is that if she HAD BEEN A LICENSED SECURITY GUARD, she wouldn't have been allowed to use her Beretta, but as a private citizen with a CCW permit, she wasn't limited to using a revolver, which is what the licensed security guards are required to use.
posted on 12/16/2007 10:57:12 AM PST
The point of the article is that Jeanne Assam was not a "licensed security guard". As such, it was fine for her to have her Beretta semi-auto pistol to perform the "security" task. Had she been state licensed as a security guard, she would have been limited to a revolver.
I agree with the previous poster with respect to an S&W 686+ with 7 rounds. Seven rounds of .357 magnum from a 686+ would likely have been equally effective. We don't know enough from the article to say whether the Beretta was 9mm or 40 S&W. Apparently 10 rounds did the job.
I still think the coroner lied in the public statement that shooter died from a self-inflicted shotgun wound after Assam hit him with 10 rounds from her Beretta. The shooter didn't have a shotgun. The weapons identified were are AR-15 rifle and two semi-auto handguns.
posted on 12/16/2007 10:59:53 AM PST
Morons that don't read, or don't understand, the article/post.
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