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Maybe there IS something to "it will only be taken away and used against you"...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Fosbery, Jan 25, 2008.

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  1. Fosbery

    Fosbery Member

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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/01/23/nhero223.xml&CMP=ILC-mostviewedbox

    Not the most modest of men, but he should be applauded none the less :p
     
  2. Mazeman

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    Given that the story is from the UK, Mr. Dwyer will probably be charged with a crime. ;)
     
  3. mr hanky

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    Good form!
     
  4. dom1104

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    "e said he ran out of his room naked and without his glasses after he heard an almighty crash"


    uh.... OK :)

    ""Next thing is they took off and I chased them down the stairs. I bashed knuckle-duster man with the gun and I broke the handle on his head.""

    Obviously, it was not a Ruger :)

    "So we had another bout of fisticuffs,"

    Seriously, only in Britian can you say this without people laughing at you.

    I think this is a hilarious story. Love it.
     
  5. unspellable

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    handgun?

    If I read this correctly, our hero took a handgun away from one of the trolls. I expect he will be charged with illegal possesion of a handgun.
     
  6. cambeul41

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    I hope Fosbery will provide us with a follow up when one is available. I hope this hero is treated as one rather than as a criminal guilty of self-defense.
     
  7. RoadkingLarry

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    So how many years in jail can Mr. Dwyer expect to serve for defending himself and family?
     
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