Wednesday Feel Good Stories.

| March 13, 2019 | 16 Comments

Today’s firearm is dedicated to 5th/77th FA.

Woman likely shot and killed man in self-defense, Newport News police say

By Peter Dujardin
30-year-old man found shot to death inside a Newport News rooming house Saturday likely was killed by a female resident acting in self-defense, a police spokesman said Monday.

The 61-year-old woman shot the man during a dispute inside the 55th Street home at about 2 p.m., Newport News police spokesman Brandon Maynard said following an initial police investigation. Maynard identified the man as Quintez Moore, 30, who lived in the rooming house.

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Read the rest of the article here: Daily Press

Fatal stabbing was made in self defense, Coos County investigators determine

By: Newsroom Staff
A teenager living along the Oregon Coast won’t face any charges after killing his mom’s ex-boyfriend.

The Coos County Sheriff’s Office said 39-year-old Eric Woodworth kicked open the door of his ex-girlfriend’s home near White Lane and Wildwood Road in North Bend on the morning of January 23, 2019.

Woodworth then charged at his ex’s 18-year-old son, who was armed with a knife. Deputies say Woodworth had one stab wound in his chest and died on scene.

After the incident, police believed the 18-year-old involved would not be charged, but the case was handed off to the Coos County District Attorney’s Office.

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Read the rest of the article here: KOBI 5

Murray homeowner fatally shoots intruder

MURRAY, Utah (AP) — Police in Murray are investigating after they say a homeowner shot and killed an intruder.

Authorities on Monday identified the slain intruder as Andrew W. Miller.

According to investigators, Miller entered the home just before 7 p.m. Sunday through a sliding glass door.

Police spokesman Kenny Bass says there was damage indicating Miller forced entry into the property.

Upon encountering Miller, the homeowner shot him. Miller was taken to a hospital where he died.

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The rest of the article may be read here: SF Chronicle

Well, well Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. A Wednesday trifecta where good guys, and gal, protected themselves and others from those who would do them harm.

Category: Feel Good Stories, Trifecta

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  1. Wilted Willy says:

    Oh how I love the smell of a FGS Trifecta in the morning! What a glorious day!

  2. Outcast says:

    3/0/0 Seems kinda early in the week, well just have to see if the streak continues. Looks like it is a bad day for 30 year old group today as does not give age of #3 intruder, they might ought to be careful today around teenagers and the 60 year old group. just not a real glorious trifecta as 2 guns and a knife. We’ll take it, just going to keep eye on weather and wax the runners on the sled, lite rain now, snow and wind later here. Big long list of closings of schools and such all around the area here.

  3. Outcast says:

    Don’t look like a bad buy as to the pistol in pic but better be careful where you get it. sounds like a big retirement party at the ATF as seen report of missing thousands of guns and parts from facility, I believe in Virginia. Wonder what the deal was, shelves full and need room for more coming in so have secret yard sale in back parking lot. Guess the boys on the streets need help as to access to weapons. As for 5th and Jeff last I heard was they were seen clubbing on the strip with a bevy of new body guards on their arms. Oh well when your old, fat and ugly, you always get left behind, no thanks guys I pass as to a date with Pelosi or Warren.

  4. Toxic Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Good for the Oregon teen for defending his mom, and ridding the world of a scum sucker with anger management issues. And all with only a knife, no gun. Bravo Zulu, son!

  5. Toxic Deplorable B Woodman says:

    I’m reading about a FGS almost next door in Murray, from a Sham FagCrisco bird cage liner? WTF?
    I can see the Tribune not carrying the story, Libtard rag that they are, why would they put gun owners in a good light?
    But the Deseret News not carrying the story? Tsk. Someone is asleep at the desk.

  6. 26Limabeans says:

    Late WW2 Colt (44-45) with ugly hammer and ribbed mainspring housing.
    And of course the optional take down scratch.

  7. 5th/77th FA says:

    Speaking of late, my apologies, got distracted by a female companion….Yes it does happen, and yes the crockett potted beef orast beast prolly had a lot to do with it. No woman in the world ever started an argument with a man that cooked a dinner & cleaned up the mess for her.

    What a great start to the day! Not only a trifecta on the FGS, but a gun pr0n dedicated to me. Honor of Honors! ‘Specially a gun pr0n of a real pistol. THE pistol of pistols. A glorious example of the workmanship of Sam Colts boy’s rendition of the Saintly Brother John Moses Browning (Howitzer be his name) Model M1911. Get thee away from me Satan, or as we purists like to say; Glock be gone!

    No clue where Jeff got off to Outcast. Be a nice bonus for you this week. He needs to quit fraternizing with the hired help, and concentrate on loading the truck.

    It is good to see women, children, and homeowners defending themselves against dirtbags.

    • Outcast says:

      Tomorrow as to getting anything win, lose or draw is sketchy as snow is gently falling sideways outside now, wouldn’t call it a blizzard yet as still can see about a block, when fence out front disappears will either be one of those good old blizzards from years past or 4 foot drift. All’s well here in the basement. Got little one home safely from work half hour ago.

  8. 3 feel good stories and 3 DOA’S not bad for over the hump day.

  9. docduracoat says:

    That 1911 has some battle scars is certainly Americas’ iconic fighting pistol.
    I don’t have a .45, and would like to buy one.
    I hate to say this on a veteran oriented website, but I would rather have the CZ 97.
    10 rounds as as opposed to 7 and sa/da versus single action only.
    And only $800 brand new.

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