Friday FGS

| September 16, 2022

Charter Arms Bulldog

Abilene police: car burglar held at gunpoint, drunk driver crash sends 2 to hospital

Staff report
A south Abilene man caught a car burglar early Tuesday and held him at gunpoint until police arrived, according to an Abilene Police Department report.

The armed resident’s barking dogs alerted about 4 a.m. to an intruder in a Ford Mustang parked at the curb in the 3300 block of Waverly Avenue. When police arrived, the car burglar stated he planned to steal the vehicle, “or buy it,” the report said.

The suspect also admitted to drinking alcohol prior to the incident, the report said. He was charged with burglary of vehicle and taken to Taylor County Jail.

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Try buying next time, he pretty much sucks at theft.

Video: Man filming woman in public restroom learns his victim is a black belt the hard way

Rebecca Moon
After a Thai man attempted to secretly film a woman in a public restroom, he was immediately chased and beaten by the victim, who happened to have a black belt in Taekwondo.

On Sunday, a 17-year-old man allegedly entered the women’s restroom in a Japanese restaurant located in Chachoengsao district, Thailand, and attempted to film a woman in a stall.

The 28-year-old woman, who reportedly works at the restaurant, noticed the phone peeking over her stall and immediately chased the man outside.

In CCTV video of the incident, the 17-year-old tries to flee on his motorcycle, but the woman catches up to him. After she grabs him, she begins to beat him, swinging punches and kicking the man.

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Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg would lock her up at Rikers for attempted manslaughter. Thanks to our own David and Gun Bunny for the links.

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Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.”
– George Orwell, 1984

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I would take that Charter Arms review with a large block of salt. Lots of hyperbole about how powerful a .44 Special is in there. For practical purposes, shoot relatively low-powered .44 Special loads in a Bulldog or your second-shot recovery times may be measured in minutes.

President Elect Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH Neande

I’ll have to read the article, but I’m thinking, if that shoots 44SPL, does the gun come with the options of a 4″ or 6″ barrel?

Reverend Doktor Righteous

I’m back to enjoying .38 special. It’s just easier and cheaper. .44 started giving me trouble in the my 60s. Muzzle blast from the .44 and .357 can be hard on folks adjoining your shooting lane.