Skip to comments.Gun owner helps save Missouri mother of 3 during violent attack after hearing (T)
Posted on 11/07/2018 12:08:39 PM PST by rktman
Seadorf grabbed his registered 9-millimeter handgun and headed towards the screams. When he reached the source, he encountered Alarick Williams allegedly attacking a woman, who had some of her clothes ripped off, inside a car. The fight was occurring in front of the couple's three children, who were also in the vehicle.
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This incident happened in Kansas City, Missouri.
If you’re thinking feral-American, you’re correct.
Me thinks said author is a clueless bafoon, who knows squat about gun ownership in MO. I've never had to "register" any firearm I've bought (assuming I've ever bought one), whether it was through an FFL or a private sale. I did have to get a CCW license pre universal CCW, which passed 3 or so years ago.
Maybe the author knows of some secret program that allows people to voluntarily pre-confiscation "register" their guns in order to make the government's job easier?
Of course we hear it on tv crime shows quite frequently.
I think the pistol pictured is a S&W M&P .380 EZ. Not a 9mm unless you call it 9mm Short, Corto or Kurz.
Carrying a firearm does NOT make someone “feral”
The usual suspect.
The attacker not the armed citizen.
“The perp, not the shooter.”... ..but a feral for certain.
As a Missourian, NO
I’m thinking lazy and ignorant. Wouldn’t take much to do it right. But that might take some effort on the journalists part.
From the late 1870s until the advent of the 2005 concealed carry endorsement, there was a requirement for anyone purchasing a handgun to get a “permit to acquire” from their local Sherriff. Jim Crow at its finest. The Modern 2005 CCW permit/license process did away with that. There is no recording of what concealed weapon one may carry other with or w/o a CCW license ( there are lots of benefits of having the CCW license, and no real drawbacks in MO. Records of the permit are closed to anyone w/o a court order ( other than your sheriff) and it is recognized by 38 other sates. The semi- constitutional carry (permit-less is good, but requires folks to mind the posted signs whereas a license holder can pretty much ignore such baloney, only federal restrictions and court houses etc are actually off limits with legal ramifications), plus having documented training and a permit often makes a difference in how a shooting is looked at by media and LE/DA etc. Shows good faith.
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