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Yet another Gun nut uses an evil weapon to save lives. Young Teenager uses his dads AR-15 to defend home from intruders and save his little sisters life.

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Yet another Evil Gun nut uses an Ugly weapon to save his life

North Augusta gun shop owner kills suspected burglar, injures two others

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NORTH AUGUSTA — One man is dead and two are recovering after being shot by a gun store owner during a burglary of his business Thursday morning.

Stephen Bayazes Jr., 57, told officers that he and his wife were asleep in an apartment at the back of the business, Guns & Ammo Gunsmith, 522 Edgefield Road, shortly before 4 a.m. when he awoke after hearing a loud crash and the activation of a silent alarm.

Bayazes grabbed an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle and found three men loading guns into a van that had crashed through the side wall of the store.

After hearing the men yell to kill him, Bayazes shot one 30-round magazine of .223-caliber bullets before retreating to his bedroom to reload, he later told officers.

As he left the room, Bayazes saw two men drive away in the van.

K’Raven Aude Goodwin, 20, of Eastover, S.C., was wounded and left behind at the gun

shop.

Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton said Goodwin died of gunshot wounds shortly after arriving at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

The two other suspects were found at Waffle House on Martintown Road, about three miles away. Investigators said the men, who had both been shot, stopped at the restaurant to seek help.

Eddie Stewart, 30, of Columbia, and Franklin Robinson, 27, of Gadsden, S.C., were taken to a hospital. Details on their injuries have not been released.

Aiken County sheriff’s Sgt. Jason Feemster said it appeared that all of the stolen merchandise was in the van.

Hours after the incident, a construction crew worked to repair the damaged wall. Parts of the ceiling and glass from display cases still littered the floor.

The store owner said it was not the first time the store has been a target.

In 2009, the store was burglarized.

Shortly afterward, Bayazes and his wife moved into an apartment in the back.

Bayazes was not injured.

Feemster said Bayazes was within his rights to use lethal force.

“If someone is breaking in your home or business, you have the right to defend yourself and not retreat,” the sergeant said.

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Yet another Evil Gun nut uses an Ugly weapon to save his life

North Augusta gun shop owner kills suspected burglar, injures two others

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NORTH AUGUSTA — One man is dead and two are recovering after being shot by a gun store owner during a burglary of his business Thursday morning.

Stephen Bayazes Jr., 57, told officers that he and his wife were asleep in an apartment at the back of the business, Guns & Ammo Gunsmith, 522 Edgefield Road, shortly before 4 a.m. when he awoke after hearing a loud crash and the activation of a silent alarm.

Bayazes grabbed an AR-15 semiautomatic rifle and found three men loading guns into a van that had crashed through the side wall of the store.

After hearing the men yell to kill him, Bayazes shot one 30-round magazine of .223-caliber bullets before retreating to his bedroom to reload, he later told officers.

As he left the room, Bayazes saw two men drive away in the van.

K’Raven Aude Goodwin, 20, of Eastover, S.C., was wounded and left behind at the gun

shop.

Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton said Goodwin died of gunshot wounds shortly after arriving at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

The two other suspects were found at Waffle House on Martintown Road, about three miles away. Investigators said the men, who had both been shot, stopped at the restaurant to seek help.

Eddie Stewart, 30, of Columbia, and Franklin Robinson, 27, of Gadsden, S.C., were taken to a hospital. Details on their injuries have not been released.

Aiken County sheriff’s Sgt. Jason Feemster said it appeared that all of the stolen merchandise was in the van.

Hours after the incident, a construction crew worked to repair the damaged wall. Parts of the ceiling and glass from display cases still littered the floor.

The store owner said it was not the first time the store has been a target.

In 2009, the store was burglarized.

Shortly afterward, Bayazes and his wife moved into an apartment in the back.

Bayazes was not injured.

Feemster said Bayazes was within his rights to use lethal force.

“If someone is breaking in your home or business, you have the right to defend yourself and not retreat,” the sergeant said.

Did they have to pry a gun loose from the hands of the one who died? Of course his hands were probably not yet cold anyway! I don't feel sorry for any of the actors in this. :no:

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Did they have to pry a gun loose from the hands of the one who died? Of course his hands were probably not yet cold anyway! I don't feel sorry for any of the actors in this. :no:

Actors ?

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Wouldn't have been a problem if he wasn't selling firearms from a poorly secured building.

because walls don't stand up to being rammed by a vehicle? :wacko:


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Some walls better than others. A gun store should be built at least to the standards for a National Guard armory, I should think.

Bawwaa. You never been in many National Guard Armories have you.

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*** Thread moved from P&R to Off Topic -- news article is neither overtly political nor religious. ***


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*** Topic moved back from OT to P/r; while the article itself is not political, the potential discussion on gun rights, self defence in the home is. Off topic discussion related to the move removed. Discuss the article in the OP, not moderators or organisers. If you have a complaint or question about a organiser's action, make a report (as only one of you did) ******


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*** Topic moved back from OT to P/r; while the article itself is not political, the potential discussion on gun rights, self defence in the home is. Off topic discussion related to the move removed. Discuss the article in the OP, not moderators or organisers. If you have a complaint or question about a organiser's action, make a report (as only one of you did) ******

Of course. We want the magic to seem seamless. Reports can be ignored.

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Of course. We want the magic to seem seamless. Reports can be ignored.

Well it's over now. Lets find something else to gripe about :)

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Well it's over now. Lets find something else to gripe about :)

:lol: Justice prevails! The thread is back in P&R. We should all learn from this and not give up. Our voices will be heard. Now I challenge everyone here to do it in the real world too, not just at VJ.


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