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There is only one thing I enjoy more than happy ending, and that’s a happy ending involving a gun!

An Ohio man did the nearly unthinkable and flipped the script on an armed robber! A criminal broke into the man’s Columbus home when he disarmed the crook and fired back with the very gun he took from the robber!

Someone get this man a drink! He deserves one after that!

A local news station reported;

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According to a press release, a 29-year-old man was in a home in the 1500 block of Granville Street when two people broke into his home. The suspects sprayed the man with pepper spray and demanded property.

A struggle ensued and one of the suspects dropped a loaded handgun. The victim picked up the gun and fired at the suspects, shooting one of them several times.

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The suspect was able to get away without being shot (although I am sure he soiled his pants while he ran), with the help of a getaway car that was waiting for him. However, the robber’s buddy didn’t fare so well, and is now in critical condition at the hospital.

It is unknown as to whether or not the victim had his own firearm in his home or not. However, just the fact that he was able to overcome a stressful, risky situation and turn it around for his own good is simply amazing!

A gun in the hands of a good guy will always be better than a gun in the hands of a bad guy.

The identity of the suspect is still unknown at the moment.

 

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