CATEGORY: Armed Robbery | Analyzed Content | Explicit content 3 (scale 1-5) - Rated NC-17
Training on the range with static targets, without stress and from an ideal shooting position can be quite different from reality were chaos and other variables influence your defensive reaction.
See in this video how a show owner reads the situation (robbery in progress), draws his gun at the right moment and shoots back one-handed at a fast lateral moving target. But see also the bystander!
Failed Robbery Attempt Leads To In-Store Shootout (Video)
Updated: Mar 2, 2018
Original: Jan 2, 2015
Police are searching for a man who was shot after a failed robbery attempt at a convenience store in South Knoxville, Tennessee, on Dec. 20.
Authorities were called to City Gas, where an attempted robbery resulted in the perpetrator being shot at least once.
According to a Knoxville Police Department news release, a man walked into the store and pointed a gun at a clerk’s face. When he made his way to the cash register, he was greeted with an unpleasant surprise.
“As the suspect appeared from behind the lottery machine, the owner of the business shot at the suspect with his personal handgun,” stated the release. “The suspect and the business owner fired multiple times at each other as the suspect ran from the store. The suspect was hit at least one time.”
Investigators at the scene followed a trail of blood that led them to the spot where the suspect’s vehicle was parked. A witness told authorities the vehicle was a silver Dodge Caravan with black rims and a plastic back window held together with duct tape.
The robber was described as a black male, about 5 feet 10 inches tall and 170 pounds. He was wearing a black ski mask and a navy blue hooded sweatshirt. No employees were injured during the shootout.
SOURCE: Knoxville Police Department news
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