Let’s Get It On

Famous last words of a San Antonio goblin!  Fearing for his life, a San Antonio, Texas pharmacist has sent a goblin to a well-deserved dirt nap.

Just before walking into Babcock Square Pharmacy, the gunman lurked suspiciously around the parking lot Wednesday morning — even moving his car several times before making his move.

Carole Ann Aguirre, manager of the neighboring Martha’s Mexican Restaurant, said the white Honda lingered enough that her grandson, Christopher, mistook it as that of a relative’s and walked up to it.

“He opened the car door and thought it was his uncle,” Aguirre said. “But he saw the man had a bandana around his face and was wearing rubber gloves, so he came back in and told us what happened.”

Aguirre’s son-in-law, Charlie Rojas, called police shortly before 10 a.m. to report the suspicious person. But before Rojas could hang up, the gunman had moved his car once more, this time parking it near the pharmacy at Babcock and Huebner roads.

Nope, nothing suspicious at all. What you’re seeing here is a good example of situational awareness in action. These people were PAYING ATTENTION. An employee in the pharmacy was paying attention as well.

The stranger who had been loitering in the parking lot had walked into the pharmacy carrying a black revolver and a note demanding the narcotic drug OxyContin and some money, according to authorities.

Once inside, the gunman handed the note to a clerk behind the counter, Police Chief William McManus said. The clerk was one of three people inside the pharmacy at the time of the robbery attempt. The others were the pharmacy owner, 62-year-old Bill Wynn, and his wife.

The details about what happened next are unclear, but McManus said the clerk was able to inform the pharmacy owner of the attempted robbery. Wynn, who had been robbed before, somehow managed to arm himself with a gun.

The clerk deserves an award here. The goblin deserves one too…a Darwin Award™! Check out his last words:

That’s when McManus said the robber uttered his last words: “Let’s get it on.”

Little did the goblin know that those words would wind up startling him…with a sudden cessation of vital signs.

Police said Wynn reacted quickly, shooting the gunman in the chest.

“I was scared to death,” Wynn later said, declining to comment further.

Police arrived to find the gunman, whose identity wasn’t released Wednesday, lying on his back in a pool of blood. In his right hand was a cocked revolver.

And the baby Jesus smiled!

McManus said Wynn wouldn’t face any charges in connection with the shooting.

“He was in fear (for) his life,” the chief said. “He has a right and state law allows him to defend himself.”

Which of course, is only proper. Fear ANYONE who thinks that only the government has a right to defend your personal safety, liberty or freedoms.

41 comments

  1. 1
    LC Jon Imperial Hunter says:

    Another story of the “Civilian Defense Force” Militia in action that the national msm will roundly ignore.

    Let’s hear it for the old guys who remember their rights and responsibilities.

  2. 2
    AgTiger says:

    Sweet! At least it’s not like here where you’d be facing instant murder charges.

  3. 3
    LC FreedomFighter says:

    Well if this is the same heroic incident that Natasha mentioned over on the Open thread he might not be so lucky.

    Princess Natasha, Decadent Delicious Deviant says:
    May 28, 2009 at 6:01 pm
    Speaking of pharmacists and their individual rights… I was listening to talk radio earlier today. Apparently, the guy who dared to defend his life and his business from a bunch of walking abortions attempting an armed robbery on his store, may face charges of murder.

  4. 4

    Saw that one too, LC FreedomFighter @:

    Trying to find linkage, different incident, apparently in that one there’s evidence that the pharmacy owner fired after the gunman was down. That’s a no-no.

    You shoot to stop the threat. If the threat happens to die on the way down, good job, you had great shot placement. But if the threat is laying on the floor bleeding, and you STILL keep shooting…well, that’s a ticket to time in court.

  5. 5
    Lady H says:

    Warms my heart.

    Thanks for sharing !

  6. 6
    mindy1 says:

    Good for him :em96: . As for the incident@ 4 , that is true-once he is down, it is unfair to keep shooting

  7. 7
    expatchris says:

    The much missed Kim duToit used to keep a dead goblin count, any one want to keep the tradition going?

  8. 8
    LC Gunsniper says:

    Police arrived to find the gunman, whose identity wasn’t released Wednesday, lying on his back in a pool of blood. In his right hand was a cocked revolver.

    Exactly how all goblins should be found by the police.

    Good job, Mr. Wynn.

  9. 9
    BigDogg says:

    Good guys – 1. Dumbass, cocky, low-life thug-wannabe perps – 0.

    I think this calls for a glass of 18-year Glenlivet and a nice cigar! :em03:

  10. 10
    LC Ted says:

    Expatchris, there is a count over at,

    Dumbbaddead.wordpress.com

    Send stuff like this to the email and I should get it posted. No visitors lately so I haven’t been keeping it current.

  11. 11
    Cortillaen says:

    And the people said, “AMEN!

  12. 12
    Imperial Librarian Azygos says:

    expatchris says:
    May 28, 2009 at 7:40 pm

    The much missed Kim duToit used to keep a dead goblin count, any one want to keep the tradition going?

    There already is one and the link is on the sidebar.

    Civilian Gun Self-Defense Blog

  13. 13
    Tallulah says:

    Here’s another good Ex-Goblin story.

    “Entrusted With Dad’s Gun”

    Marjorie Casey, 1988: When my daughter went away to college, I arranged to buy a condominium closer to town in La Jolla. When the transaction was “closed” the owner-seller asked in a last-minute thing to rent one of the rooms upstairs for himself and his three-year-old daughter until he could relocate (I had met the little girl). It was a large three-bedroom condo, they would be there less than a month, so I agreed. He paid the rent right away.
    Thirty days passed. He stonewalled me every time I brought up our agreement and the need for him to vacate the room. So I did some checking … my instincts were acting up.

    I learned that the little girl was not his, but the child of a relative in prison. The part that troubled me about that was the lie. Then, on more than one occasion, creditors started showing up at my door looking for the “previous owner”… now my renter. Then a closer inspection into the deeds revealed that he was not the sole owner.

    I became frightened. I went to the police. They could not or would not help because, I was told, I had authorized him to rent. And, I was also told that the other issues were a civil matter. They recommended I contact an attorney.

    [Author’s note: Nothing wrong with that advice. It’s accurate. As cops, we usually would like to do more … like take quick action against a jerk, but laws apply to us, too.]

    I felt trapped. I had no agency to turn to, nowhere else to live, and the cost for an attorney for this kind of a problem was unaffordable for me at that time. I decided to confront him … politely … and ask him to leave.

    I remember the day I planned to tell him to leave. I was in my office in the spare bedroom; a sense of danger went through me … I couldn’t explain it, why it seemed to envelop me … and I still can’t. I went to my closet and unpacked the gun my father had given me, loaded it, and placed into my pocket. I knew how to use it … my family were ranchers. We all knew how to handle and respect guns for their use and importance. Looking back, I guess I was listening to my instincts.

    When he returned that day, I said to him, ‘You need to find another place to live immediately. I’m aware of your scams, your lies.’ He immediately turned profane and threatening. It was an instant Jekyll to Hyde switch.

    ‘You bitch!’ he shouted repeatedly while slamming the wall with his fist. I freaked out. I had never before been around violence. I pulled the gun from my pocket and backed up.

    He was still a few feet from me, yelling repeatedly, ‘f…. bitch!’ Then he lunged at me.

    I pulled the trigger twice, and hit him. He kept coming. I know that all happened over a couple of seconds, but it seemed like forever … it was all in slow motion.

    He slugged me in the head, and tried to wrench the gun from me. I held on to it for my life. We fell backward into the television and table, knocking everything over as we fell. I was screaming. He was shouting, ‘f…., bitch, I’ll kill you!’

    Suddenly, on the floor, he straddled me, and with one hand on my gun and his other choking me, he yanked the gun from my hand. The worst had happened … he held the gun to my head … click. It didn’t fire!

    He began pistol-whipping my head and choking me. I felt nothing … no pain … just panic.

    Then something in me changed. I seemed to become centered. I felt a hate for him swell in me. It was like my fear switched to anger or hate or both.

    I exploded! I was insane with madness. I struck back … biting, kicking, screaming. I literally pushed my body upward and flipped him off me. And I flew down the stairs, and out of my front door.

    A carpet cleaner in a nearby condo was somewhat frozen … incredulous I guess with what he must have heard then to see me in my state of anger. I shouted for him to call the police.

    The police arrived … the man had died where I flipped him off me. They took me to the hospital.

    From the blog “Antique Gun List.” The rest of this story is at this link:
    http://www.coltgunparts.com/shootingoftheweek.html

    They have a “Shooting of the Week” feature. Pretty powerful evidence of the necessity for the Constitutional rights of the citizens. Support the NRA!

  14. 14
    Ogrrre says:

    mindy1 @: 6

    Fair? FAIR? Who the f*** cares about “fair”? Was it fair when the sack of shit burst into the pharmacy demanding drugs and money, firing at the pharmacist and threatening to kill him? Piss on him! The pharmacist deserves a bounty for taking the goblin out. If he hadn’t, the taxpayers would have had to support the f***wad for the rest of his life because he was “disabled” from the gunshot wound to the face. And the taxpayers would have had to support all the little bastards the little bastard would have produced, as well as having to foot the bill for the shit’s lawyer, pay for the trial, and pay to keep the punk in jail. As it was a minor, the walking abortion would only gone to jail for a couple of years, then get released when he was 18 so he could try again.
    I don’t give a rat’s ass about “fair”! The pharmacist did justice. If I were selected for the pharmacist’s jury, there would be a case of jury nullification … or at least a hung jury. I would never vote to convict the pharmacist.

  15. 15

    Ogrrre sez:

    Fair? FAIR? Who the f*** cares about “fair”? Was it fair when the sack of shit burst into the pharmacy demanding drugs and money, firing at the pharmacist and threatening to kill him? Piss on him! The pharmacist deserves a bounty for taking the goblin out. If he hadn’t, the taxpayers would have had to support the f***wad for the rest of his life because he was “disabled” from the gunshot wound to the face.

    Well, you and I are very much of a mind there. I don’t really give a fuck about what happens to goblins as long as they cease breathing and you won’t ever find me shedding even an inkling of a tear over one of them dying, no matter what the circumstances under which they were taken out of our misery.

    However, Mindy has a very good point too. We’re citizens and we certainly DO have every right to defend ourselves against harm no matter what the Obamessiah and his commie acolytes say, but we are NOT judge, jury and executioner. We have a system for that. Yes, it’s flawed, but if we don’t respect it, we’ll descend into anarchy in no time. We need to change the system instead.

    On the OTHER hand, “stopping a threat” isn’t NEARLY as clear cut as “stop when he’s down.” Most people, unless they were shot by a truly expert marksman, are still very much alive after they’ve been hit, no matter how much they’re bleeding out. It doesn’t take much for the dying goblin to aim his weapon at you to take you with him, whether he’s standing up or lying down in a growing pool of his own blood.

    The threat stems from a combination of the goblin’s intent to do harm, his weapon and his continued vital signs. You can’t do anything to the first, but you CAN do something about the last two. So, in my book, the threat hasn’t been stopped until the goblin has been disarmed, is gone or is dead. Until that point, you’re definitely justified in continuing to do what you have to do, i.e. firing.

    I don’t know the circumstances of the incident where the pharmacist kept firing even though the goblin was down, but if he were still alive and still within reach of his weapon, I’d no-bill the pharmacist any day of the week and twice on Sundays no matter HOW much the goblin was gravely wounded.

    A gravely wounded man can kill you just as well as a healthy one if he still has the means.

  16. 16

    Emperor Misha I @:15

    I think the case in question happened in Oklahoma the guy actually shot one goblin in the face, chased the second, came back into the store, got yet ANOTHER weapon, then proceeded to put numerous rounds into the goblin lying on the floor.

    The article I read reported that The Autopsy showed DGIQ (Dead Goblin in question) did not die from the head wound, but as a result of the rounds he took to the torso, resulting in a charge of murder.

    Sticky situation to be sure.

    Personally, IMHO You came into this situation with the intent to rob someone, commit mayhem, possible even kill…so be it. I have and you SHOULD have the understanding that your right to life is jeopardized by your actions, if you get dead by your actions, then how that happened is of no matter.

    Just another case for heavy calibers and center mass shooting discipline if you ask me. A .45 hollow point to center mass is almost always fatal.

  17. 17

    I’m going to go in total support to 14, 15, and 16 here. If he’s still got the gun, and he’s not dead yet, he can still kill me too. So long as he moves, at all, I will continue firing. If I am asked, he attempted to raise his weapon towards me as he lay on the ground. I will maintain my weapon on him until I have closed on his body and kicked the weapon away. I totally believe in the “failure to stop” drill. 2 to the chest, 1 to the head. Repeat as necessary. And I can do that in .74 seconds, from the holster. And I use a .45 for personal carry, stuck with an M-9 at work.

  18. 18
    americanexpat says:

    As a Michigan State Police officer explained to me many years ago when investigating a series of burglaries in our area, “Here’s what the law says…blah blah blah… Now here’s what I’m telling you, off the record. Make sure there’s only one story: Yours. If you kill the bastard and he’s inside your house, we’ll find a way to make it legal. If he lives, or if we find him outside (and we can’t show he was inside when shot), all bets are off.”

    I’m currently living in a foreign place where only the cops carry (with surprisingly few exceptions, considering how corrupt and lawless this place can be), so no boom sticks for the next few years. And to be honest about it, there isn’t much violent crime around here, at least not against foreigners. But it doesn’t hurt to be prepared. So, anybody who walks in unannounced at my apartment with evil intent will get introduced to Makiko. That’s not my girlfriend, but a custom-made katana, which has a razor-sharp, tempered steel blade (not a crappy display model), and which I’m trained to use quite effectively. But it would still be nice to have my Glock 19 or Colt Commander .45 again.

  19. 19
    LC Wil, S.C.E. says:

    Americanexpat:

    While I appreciate his good intentions, ignore what the kind MSP ossifer told you.

    While I have no doubt that a large number of officers would do what they can to assist, all it takes is one of the numerous assholes who think only the cops should have guns to screw up the remainder of your life. Forensics gets better every day (watch CSI some time to get an idea of the capabilities), and they can easily prove if someone was shot outside your house, or shot after being on the ground, shot while running away, etc. If so, you are looking at second degree homicide charges, depending on the jurisdiction.

    Practice, practice, practice, if you wanna take the doubt out of the equation. Large calibers (.357, or something that starts with .4xx) are the best bet.

  20. 20
    americanexpat says:

    Wil, thanks for the tips. I’m well aware of the advances in forensics, so I consider his well-intentioned advice somewhat dated. Besides, I haven’t lived in Michigan since the late 1970s, except for a brief stint right after I got out of the Army in the mid-80s. I have since moved my permanent residence to a more 2nd Amendment-friendly state, and one that also has a strong Castle Law.

    As far as firearms go, I already prefer the large calibers, thanks. :em93: The first pistol I learned to handle was an M1911A1 manufactured in 1947 (many years before my birth) that had tolerances so loose you could jam a pencil in between the parts. But I learned to hit with it, and liked what the .45 round could do. I bought a Glock 19 (9mm) a few years back, because the ammo tends to be cheaper, and besides, I like how the Glock fits my hand (the store didn’t have any in .40 or .45 at that time). But my real no-shit, time-to-use-that-combat-training pistol is the previously-mentioned Colt Commander in .45 ACP. The only thing I don’t like about it is the relatively small capacity by today’s standards (7+1). But it’s all irrelevant for the next few years, because I live in a place that allows very few private individuals, and no foreigners at all, to own guns. But I won’t be here forever.

  21. 21
    LC Wil, S.C.E. says:

    I’d be happy to babysit yer Colt and the Glock fer ya while yer outta town . . :em93:

    On a serious note, when you get back to the world, if you think 8 shots is insufficient, try the one on my avatar. It’s a Para Ordinance ParaCarry in .45 ACP. 12 round magazine, smaller than your Commander. The grips are just barely wider than the Colt. They make a DAO and a single action version, blue and stainless.

    Price is in the same ballpark as the Colt, too.

    It’s major drawback is the required break in time. Para says to shoot it 2000 rounds before using it as your primary. My experience was that for the first few boxes, I was getting two or three stovepipes or ramp strike jams per magazine.

    At about 500 rounds, it started to settle down. The last hiccup was at round 700 something. Since then, you couldn’t ask for a better behaved pistol, and I carry it as my primary CCW.

    You might give one a try. If they are comfortable for you, it’s another option (or, another excuse to buy a gun . . .)

  22. 22
    LC Draco says:

    Nope, nothing suspicious at all. What you’re seeing here is a good example of situational awareness in action. These people were PAYING ATTENTION. An employee in the pharmacy was paying attention as well.

    I actually teach my ‘students’ the difference between ‘situation awareness’, and ‘situational understanding’. The first is knowing WHAT is happening (good), the latter is knowing WHY it is happening (better). You normally have more control when you have situational understanding, but, you must have situational awareness first.

    americanexpat sez:

    But my real no-shit, time-to-use-that-combat-training pistol is the previously-mentioned Colt Commander in .45 ACP. The only thing I don’t like about it is the relatively small capacity by today’s standards (7+1). But it’s all irrelevant for the next few years, because I live in a place that allows very few private individuals, and no foreigners at all, to own guns. But I won’t be here forever.

    That state would LOVE me. Not only do I carry either my USP .40 Compact and/or my ‘Baby, I do something LEO’s can NOT do in this state: I alternate ball and Gold Dots. Several LEO friends use colored tape at the bottom of their mags to ID the type ammo in each because some rule (law? regulation?) requires they can only carry one type of ammo per mag. There pretty much isn’t a situation ball or Gold Dots can’t get you out of, shooting thru walls, doors, stopping power, etc.

  23. 23
    Dragineez says:

    Call me one of them there yocal rednecks that cling to their bibles and their guns if you like, but these stories do make me smile.

    Isn’t this the second story in as many days of someone trying to rob a pharmacy of drugs and money? And failing?

  24. 24
    americanexpat says:

    I’d be happy to babysit yer Colt and the Glock fer ya while yer outta town .

    Appreciate the offer, Wil, but I got it covered. Trusted friend who knows how to take care of another man’s valuable property. Not that you don’t, of course, but our friendship goes back 40 years and he has his own collection to look after as well, so he agreed to keep mine until I returned from my extended sojourn abroad.

    That state would LOVE me…

    Well, “state” in the sense of “nation”. I’m not in the U.S., Draco, haven’t been for quite a few years now, and won’t be again for at least a few more. If you’re a foreigner, you don’t want to get caught carrying around here. It would mean doing a fairly lengthy sentence in a third-world prison–not my idea of a good time, and I’m sure not yours either. The locals get locked up too if they get caught with an unauthorized firearm. I’ll stick to my edged weapons and Louisville Slugger for personal defense until I get back.

    Your one-type-of-ammo-in-the-magazine story sounds like a department policy, not a law or city ordinance. It also sounds like the type of head-up-the-ass lawyer-driven policy that could get a cop killed someday. It of course takes longer to change mags that it does to rack the slide (or fire a round, if the situation warrants), and that time difference could be all that it takes for a goblin to get the advantage.

  25. 25

    Score one for the drug store owners, with restaurant owners getting the assist. Good work, citizens! :em04:

  26. 26

    We have a system for that. Yes, it’s flawed, but if we don’t respect it, we’ll descend into anarchy in no time. We need to change the system instead.

    With all due respect, my friend – IYAM, it’s not too long before we’ll already be there.

    Just sayin’.

  27. 27
    Mike M says:

    Darth Venomous @26:

    With all due respect, my friend – IYAM, it’s not too long before we’ll already be there.

    Impending Anarchy? Nothing at all to be concerned about there, Spats. You see…

    “You are about to be ruled by the black man, cracker.”

  28. 28
    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion says:

    Well since CRAZY seems to be the flavor of the month for our Amatuer in Office, I’m of the mind that there are more plausible scenarios leading violence amongst the masses than there are for a more “positive” outcome. Not that Im above average or anything, but the “average sheeple” have really no clue how precarious things are right now.

    On the home front we have hyper inflation on the horizon, states declaring thier soverignty, nationalized healthcare stuffed down our throats, a nice level headed SC nominee who thinks legislating from the bench is fine, etc. etc. The only plus is that the socialists have PISSED OFF the career CIA.

    On the foreign front, we are in the process of completly alienating Isreal, God only knows what NK is going to do, Pakistan in turmoil, Iran with thier Nuke bullshit (after conducting a twenty year “fouth gen” or “low intensity conflict against US), our allies are looking at us like WTF?? And we are projecting weakness at every possible moment.

    Now you can call me a Eyore or a glass is half empty kinda guy from this post, but my retort is Show me the positives.

    I thought it insane when the MSM went completly in the tank during the “election”. I thought it even crazier still when those assholes pushed the bailout through. So can anyone tell my why I’m wrong to have a bad feeling about the next couple of years?

  29. 29
    Sinon says:

    You don’t have enough supplies hoarded???

  30. 30
    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion says:

    Oh no .. I’m squared away. Got supplies, got garden in, got enough of the “essentials”…just dont like the feeling in my stomach….

    DOG agree’s, he says something smells bad…. this from an animal that loves the smell of other animals ass…

  31. 31
    LC Proud Infidel says:

    Sarah Brady and her GFW ilk can SIT AND SPIN on that story, as well as the MANY other opponents of law-abiding gun owners defending themselves. They, of course, being the moonbatsthat they are think that EVERYONE but them, the self-anointed elite, should be bureaucrat-regulated 24/7! Congrats to Mr. Wynn, NICE SHOT, and hydrogen peroxide followed by a good bleaching cleans up blood nicely, and disinfects!! If I lived near him, I’d at least buy him a beer. I CAN NOT trust a Government that doesn’t trust me to own a gun!! Disarmament of the everyday law-abiding Joe, Jane, Tom, Dick, or Harriet is an act of aiding and abetting violent criminals who don’t give a damn about anyone or anything!

  32. 32

    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion @ 28: It does not need to be a massive revolution, opening the doors and windows to outside invasion while we’re busy amongst ourselves. It would take a small core of trained individuals, formed into their places, and sat-comm. 5-15 minutes. We have enough good people in government to keep it running until we fill the now empty slots with people who honor the Constitution.

  33. 33
    LC PrimEviL says:

    LC M – Imperial Tobacconist™ sez:

    Saw that one too, LC FreedomFighter @:
    But if the threat is laying on the floor bleeding, and you STILL keep shooting…well, that’s a ticket to time in court.

    Courtroom scene

    Prosecutor to defendant:
    “Now Mr. X, will you kindly tell the court (voice rising) why you had to shoot the deceased
    (shrill) TEN TIMES?

    Defendant:
    *shrug* That’s all the magazine held! :em96:

  34. 34
    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion says:

    LC PrimEviL @:
    I actually saw a clip of a Sherrif (I think it was FL .. or maybe AZ) who was being interviewed after they tracked a cop killer down and killed him after a lengthy firefight…. he was asked “Why did you shoot the subject 67 times?” Guy says …. “thats all the bullets we had”….. fucking priceless! This was recently, and if I find it again I will attempt to link to it.

    Remember boys and girls……. If its worth shooting once….. its worth shooting twice. I dont even think I could single tap …. Im so conditioned to deliver two on attaining sight picture

  35. 35

    “Let’s get it on” he said, and so they did.

    Of course, the moral to this story is to be careful of what you wish for…

  36. 36
    Sir Fresh Sign says:

    Oklahoma druggist arrested for killing holdup man

    (05-30) 07:46 PDT Oklahoma City (AP) —

    Confronted by two holdup men, pharmacist Jerome Ersland pulled a gun, shot one of them in the head and chased the other away. Then, in a scene recorded by the drugstore’s security camera, he went behind the counter, got another gun, and pumped five more bullets into the wounded teenager as he lay on the floor

  37. 37
    Princess Natasha, Decadent Delicious Deviant says:

    Sir Fresh Sign @36:
    Saw that and ranted about it on a different thread. Fucking assholes have more compassion for the scumbag ghetto-rat robbers than for a man trying to do the right thing by protecting his life and his business. Fuck those sheeple who defend the robbers to hell. I hope they themselves get murdered and robbed, and their children get raped.

  38. 38
    Sir Fresh Sign says:

    dang, on the west coast, we are still sleeping when you guys already have the jump on the latest news…!

  39. 39
  40. 40
    LC Rurik says:

    Sir Fresh Sign sez:

    Oklahoma druggist arrested for killing holdup man
    (05-30) 07:46 PDT Oklahoma City (AP) –
    Confronted by two holdup men, pharmacist Jerome Ersland pulled a gun, shot one of them in the head and chased the other away. Then, in a scene recorded by the drugstore’s security camera, he went behind the counter, got another gun, and pumped five more bullets into the wounded teenager as he lay on the floor

    I think that might be properly criticized as a waste of ammunition in a time of shortage. :em98: Remember the old sniper slogan – One shot – one kill.

  41. 41

    The headshot was priceless,, ,, at that point the co-goblin/s are responsible for a felony murder.
    Anything after the threat is no longer active was made pretty clear in the Bernie Goetz circus.

    Civilian rules of engagement don’t allow mopping up, tho’ its always a good idea.

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