Skip to comments.Ohio Woman Says No to Criminals Twice in 4 Months – .357-Style
Posted on 10/03/2013 5:23:41 PM PDT by Forgiven_Sinner
Attn: Criminals. Betty Collins home in Toledo, Ohio is the WRONG HOUSE at which to attempt your illegal endeavors.
Collins, who is working on her PhD in criminal justice, is one woman you dont want to mess with. She has proven this not just once, but twice in the past 4 months, detaining intruders on her property until police could arrive with her handy .357 Magnum.
Despite the fact that her home has been the target of theft numerous times in the past, Collins is staying put. Im not moving. This is my home. I will continue to protect my home. Thats what the Second Amendment is for.
She certainly has no qualms whatsoever about using her second amendment rights.
Back in May, Collins car was broken into two mornings in a row. The third incident escalated to an attempted home invasion, which she efficiently halted.
The would-be intruder, later identified as 31-year-old Kyle Caldwell of Temperance, Michigan, started kicking the front door, in an attempt to get inside. Collins said she screamed at him as loud as she could, saying firmly, Get off my porch. I have a gun. I will shoot you. Caldwell continued kicking the door, so Collins repeated herself, Get off my porch! I have a gun! I will shoot you! He still continued, so she opened the door and Caldwell then found his face 5 inches from the receiving end of a loaded .357.
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Me too also. Stories like this make me HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY>
That’s what I want ... a nice either 4” or 6” .357 Python.
Wrong. He had a choice. He chose. He survived.
I don’t blame you. A Colt Python is about as good as it gets in the revolver world. I’ve got an S&W Model 19 and it’s pretty sweet, but I would love to get my hands on a Python.
My brother has one but I want one of my own. I’ve shot it several times and using two-hand I have no problem with it.
I recently received a gift of a 4 inch nickel plated Colt Python that was manufactured in 1976. It is a magnificent pistol.
S&W Model 686 plus. (7 rounds) 4” barrel.
That was quite a gift. Don’t you love that trigger?
I figure it’s above 95% NRA condition, and I have the original box. There’s a bit of honest holster wear, but that’s it. I’ts been fired already, so I’m going to go shoot this bad boy on Sunday.