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Milwaukee man (OC) had his firearm grabbed

protias

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It appears OC made him a target, but his holster prevented the gun grab. It was good he was able to keep the perp from causing more harm to him. It was not good that he pistol whipped the perp. Why would you do that? I'm glad to see he wasn't charged after shooting the perp in the ass since he tried to steal the man's property.

I John at Active Self Protection would open his eyes on the benefits of OC rather than always "poo pooing" it.
 

solus

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Your first vignette concerned concealed carrier

Your second vignette concerned conceal carrier

Your third vignette concerned conceal carrier

Finally your fourth ADVERTISEMENT VIGNETTE is also meaningless...

All on the nation’s premier OC site...why?

Reported.
 

OC for ME

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The first linked article states that the shooter is charged. The other two linked articles state reckless endangerment is the charge. Milwaukee does not appear to be SD friendly. The shooter did exactly what any cop would do...but he aint privileged, so....there ya go.
 

BB62

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Shooter was not charged, according to this article:


"Thomas Chojnacki said Monday, Aug. 6 he did spend three days in jail before the decision was made not to charge him. The district attorney confirmed for FOX6 News no charges would be filed."
 
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