A Nurse with a Gun

Monday, October 29, 2007

Self Defense in New Jersey



Notice Brazwell firing on the run, one handed. Three shots, two hits, one dead criminal. There is no two handed Isoceles stance here. There is no time spent aligning sights. This is pure threat focused life preserving shooting.

Notice too, that Eugene Brazwell, even though shot in the ankle, persevered and lived. He survived this attempt on his life because he had a gun and he was not hesitant in using it, not because he had 911 on speed dial in his cellphone.

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Blogger Glenn Bartley said...

I would not be surprised if someone in New Jersey government will try to prosecute the Corrections Officer for something to do with this. That is sad; but the shooting that he accomplished was great.

Great shooting on his part, great getting up and being a moving target, great tactics overall. He listened to someone who taught him what to do, and he did it well. Most of all great aim, and one less dirt bag.

All the best,
Glenn B

11:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course, as a corrections officer, he is wise to be armed at all times. It's not paranoid to suggest that the rest of us should be armed at all times as well. You never know when the day might come...

10:14 AM  
Blogger Who is..... Carteach0? said...

Lucky for him he is one of the privileged few in the Peoples Republik of New Jersey who have their right to self defense recognized.

He was pretty fast off the mark too. I think he knew he was a target at that moment.

5:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I like is he went after the perp. He didn't cringe or cower like a sheeple. He got up and engaged the threat, following it to its foregone conclusion. That was a manly thing to do.
Kudos

Steve

2:26 PM  

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