going above and beyond
- Nov 17, 2006
Gresham Oregon is reporting that a man that was practicing “open carry” with a brand new handgun was robbed of it – at gunpoint.
The station reports that on October 4th the victim, William Coleman III, was displaying his brand-new Walther P22 handgun to his cousin at about 2 A.M. when he was approached by another man wearing flip-flops and sweat pants, who asked for a cigarette. After displaying his own weapon in his waistband, he told Coleman;
“I like your gun. Give it to me.”
I wonder will this be productive or will it openly create a deeper crime wave ???
Is there a link or source to this information Bro. $$RICH$$?
One person was legitimate, and the other person appears to have been a criminal. Something just doesn't add up here. If Coleman was displaying his weapon to his cousin when approached, did the robber have his gun drawn already, if so, both were open at the ready. Had Coleman fired to disarm the robber, police could have determined if the robber was legal at the point of attempted robbery.
This link Walther P22 doesn't work.