Applause, Applause! “Teenager Uses AR-15 To Defend Home from Intruder”

12 Jan

Teen Shoots Burglar“The boy grabbed his father’s assault rifle and knew what do with it.”

The father was a constable.

There were two purported “intruders”.  One was an adult; the other underage.  The adult was shot several times and had to be flown to a hospital.

How stupid.  Burgle a constable’s home?  In Texas?!  You gotta know there’s gonna be: 1) guns in that house; and 2) people who know how to use them.

I’ll bet that neither intruder can read or write beyond a 6th grade level.

How many lives are taken with assault rifles each year?  How many are saved?   Some lives are saved by assault rifles without ever even picking the weapons up.  How many would be burglars who were planning to break into someone’s house tonight, read this story of a burglar being shot by a teenager, and decided maybe it would be better to forget burglary and get a job at McDonalds?

Because of this story, a bunch of would-be burglars have changed their minds, and bunch of AR-15 owners will never have to shoot them except at the firing range.  Stories like this are saving the lives of both homeowners who might otherwise have been burgled, and burglars who might otherwise have invaded someone’s home.

How many lives were saved today by assault rifles that were merely present–but not even picked up–in American homes?

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Posted by on January 12, 2013 in 2nd Amendment, Video


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7 responses to “Applause, Applause! “Teenager Uses AR-15 To Defend Home from Intruder”

  1. Chosen

    January 12, 2013 at 4:07 PM

    People keep insisting that an AR-15 is an assault rifle, but it is not. Assault rifles are capable of firing 3 round bursts or going full automatic (those guns require special tax stamps costing $25,000 or more), while AR-15’s and other supposed “assault rifles” are only semi-auto. If we keep using the term everyone will accept it as true.

    • Adask

      January 12, 2013 at 4:26 PM

      You’re right. I was quoting the words used in the TV news article, but you are correct. The AR-15’s and AK-47s that are available domestically are merely semi-automatic rifles made up to look like “assault rifles”. I stand corrected, and I won’t make the mistake again. In fact, I wonder how the government will write language to ban “assault rifles” from domestic sales, when there are virtually no “assault rifles” available for sale in the first place.

      • Yartap

        January 17, 2013 at 1:34 PM

        Last night, Scott Pelly of CBS said that 100 round “Clips” exist.

  2. Anon4fun

    January 12, 2013 at 5:27 PM

    It’s a very good thing that the boy defended himself and his sister. However, the AR-15 was designed for different situations than what we see here. Hopefully this incident will not be used by the misdirectors to re-frame the debate and promote the error that the 2nd Amendment is about stopping intruders and flocking ducks. The AR-15 is based on the M16 combat rifle. This is why it is covered by 2nd Amendment, the explicit intent of which was to protect the right of the people to keep and bear military arms, as is not only a right but a requirement in Switzerland for similar reasons, i.e. the security of a free state. If gun rights advocates base their case for such firearms on household use, they are taking a position open to the counter-attack that there are more suitable (and less worrisome to the NWO) alternatives.


    The gun-grabbers in government, the media, and elsewhere get around such terminology issues by rolling their own. In this case, the newfangled legalese is “assault weapon” which means whatever they want it to mean.

  3. charles

    January 12, 2013 at 8:54 PM

    I need to vent here. There is no such thing as an “assault rifle.” Firearms are identified by their caliber, action, and long arm or sidearm (handgun). That’s it. If I were to load a muzzleloader with a .50 caliber ball and shoot someone with it, would that not be assault? Assault rifle is an imaginary term dreamed up by anti-gunners for the purpose of swaying a feeble minded public against firearms, it’s also a term I refuse to use.

  4. Yartap

    January 15, 2013 at 1:55 PM

    Here’s an idea – Let’s start calling ALL firearms “2nd Amendment Arms.”

    All my arms certainly are 2nd Amendment Arms.

  5. EarlinOregon

    January 18, 2013 at 4:24 PM

    Obama’s Drones have killed more people than my guns.


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