Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week has a question about point shooting. The idea of point shooting versus sighted fire has been around for quite some time now. Paul will break it down for us all.
What is going on in the Great White North? It seems that even custom license plates are a cause for concern. After issuing a man a custom plate, the Canadian DOT has rescinded it. The reason for this will have you running for the duct tape.
Lastly, a would-be robber in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was thwarted by the pizza shop clerk. Want make the story so unique is the robbers choice of weapon.
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- Armed Robbery Suspect uses “magazine” *Canada Surrenders – Man tries to rob pizza place with gun magazine, employee slaps it out of his hands: www.foxcarolina.com
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What would you think if you saw the words ‘Grab Her’ on a license plate? Someone who saw that in Canada complained to the Department of Transportation, but it turns out that the plate is not an insult.
The plate spells out a driver’s last name, but that did not stop the Department of Transportation from canceling the plate.
“When the plates first came out, I was so excited about it – this is what I wanted to get for my father. My father put it on the motor home, and he traveled to many states, he traveled across Canada…nothing was ever said,” said Lorne Grabher.
The DOT says the plate is misogynistic and promotes violence against women.
The driver will appeal the decision to cancel the plate.
A man tried to rob a pizza place on Ocean Boulevard Tuesday night by pointing a gun’s magazine at the employee, but the employee slapped it out of the suspect’s hands, according to a Myrtle Beach Police report.
Police responded to the location at about 10 p.m. Tuesday night and spoke to the employee, who said he saw the suspect and asked if he needed help. The report states the suspect then pulled out a magazine for a firearm and pointed at the victim, telling the victim to give him everything he has. The victim then slapped the magazine out of the suspect’s hands.
The suspect grabbed two rounds that fell out of the magazine, turned around, and walked out the door, the report states. City cameras did not catch the suspect leaving the restaurant.
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