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| November 27, 2020

Bersa Thunder .380

Prosecutor: no charges filed after fatal shooting near Hy’s Market

by Madison Brown
Yakima County Prosecutor Joseph Brusic announced Wednesday that the Prosecutor’s Office has decided not to file charges against Jonathan Lopez, Mickael Garcia and Angel Garcia in the shooting death of Marcos Mendoza-Guillen that happened Friday, November 20 near Hy’s Market in Yakima.

Yakima Shooting Article

In a letter to Yakima Police Department Detective Matt Lee, Brusic says he made the decision “after a full and fair evaluation of all the facts known currently with the underlying laws of the State of Washington, especially those involving self-defense.”

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Resident shoots 2 suspects in Lynchburg home invasion

by Ida Domingo
The Lynchburg Police Department is investigating a home invasion that occurred on Wooldridge Circle early Wednesday morning, Nov. 25.

According to police, at 1:40 a.m., officers responded to the 100-block of Wooldridge Circle for a report of a burglary in progress.

They say two men knocked on a residence and assaulted the resident before trying to enter the home. The resident shot both suspects who suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

27-year-old James Franklin of Roanoke is charged with breaking and entering and assault and battery and 26-year-old Alan Douglas Mould of Lynchburg is charged with breaking and entering and assault and battery.

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Sam Colt may have made men (and women) equal, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, but he didn’t make all firearms the same. Pick the right tool for the job and know its manual of arms before it’s needed.

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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    A po’ man’s trifecta for WW. Maybe the 2 Lynchburg dirtbags will catch themselves a nice septic condition while under the care of Nurse Ratched. I thought it was deja vu all over again reading that one when I realized I had seen and sent it to ‘Ed from a Fox Linky at 0GOD30hrs this morning.

    Colonel Colt may have not made all of his firearms the same, but I don’t recall any fugly ones he made. Per the review of the article is seems as if the Bersa is not only fugly but a POS too.

    IF there is a fugly Colt out there, I’m sure that one of our miscreanted, deplorable, pony faced dog soldier ‘weeds will post us a picture.

    • David says:

      Can you say 1903 model? I knew that you could. Actually, other than the Woodsman and 1911 variants, most Colts are as unattractive as the Tupperware guns.

      Since when has any gun resembling the PP/PPK been considered fugly? Lemme guess, you think Ms. Zeta-Jones was merely sorta attractive?

      Will say the reviewer was right about the CC sights, but damning an entire line due to one variant is cheesy. Have had 3 Thunder variants, including a CC, and all were dead reliable. Makes my experience 3X the reviewer’s. His comment about the safety is BS… it is also a decocker. You put a round in the chamber, drop the hammer, then carry it ready to fire DA. Overall a poor review.

  2. Thunderstixx says:

    Amazing at how much the .380 looks to be a copy of a Makarov 9×18 built in the East Bloc countries during the Cold War.
    I have one, Ernst Thall, East Germany, built at the height of the Cold War in 1962 so it’s one well built firearm and is one of the most accurate pistols I’ve ever shot.
    The Makarov is a solid firearm and mine has never jammed, ever…
    Check them out here and tell me you don’t see the resemblance !!!