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Don't Jack a Bike near an Armed Person: Ya might find Yourself in a Pool of Your Own Blood; How quickly Life can pass You by

Just Two Shots between a Man, His Life, and a Very Grave Stupid Violate Decision He's made:


In case YouTube pulls the video down, check out the above vid.

Honda CB600 rider bikejacked at gunpoint - Reupload.

http://youtu.be/255zzItSBzQ
Vracktal
Published on Oct 13, 2013

Caution: Video contains images of someone having their ass handed to them. With bullets.

Helmet cam footage of a motorcyclist attacked by gun-wielding thieves. A lucky intervention by a passing police officer prevents the theft succeeding, although one of the perpetrators escapes. According to the original uploader, the one shot by the police officer was injured, but not killed.

** The incident did not occur in America, but obviously, happens all the time here, too.

What's notable is that this is what happens when you don't have right of self-defense; your life literally is always at the mercy of the criminals and the State's 'assistance' (unlike this incident, most of the times, they're not around when you 'need' it, even for those who do believe in State-actors to 'enforce').

Let this be a lesson to all would be aggressors.

Though if you look close, only one of two jackers was visibly armed, and if the rider himself was trained and carrying, the thug fumbling to slip his gun back into his junk, should be plenty of time to respond in kind.

Why criminals never learned to invest in a good holster, throughout history, has always been a point of bewilderment; it's like, not even a minimalist, like this one, one that just covers the trigger guard for an 'appendix carry'?

Thank god, most criminals tend to be short-sighted. LOL.

Be that as it may, while it's never good to 'celebrate' violence, or one's misfortune, however they may have invited it on themselves: Karma, biitch.

For those of y'all interested in learning from other's mistakes and an expert's analyses of those REAL-LIFE combat & criminal encounters to determine what to, and what not to do in best avoiding or if left with no choice, to respond accordingly, please check out Greg Ellifritz's http://www.activeresponsetraining.net/




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I think it's fake... gun goes

I think it's fake... gun goes off and he kinda forcing himself to fall down after a few seconds..

If you disagree with me on anything you are not a real libertarian...

Right..

because everyone who is shot acts the exact same way.

Just out of curiosity, can

Just out of curiosity, can anyone identify that gun? The muzzle looks totally bizarre.

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looks like a simple screw-in "barrel sleeve;"

some revolvers have them, including S&W, and Mateba:

http://www.dailypaul.com/302271#comment-3226836

Review: Mateba 2006M - an upside-down Italian 357

http://youtu.be/PRk45ZLbybU
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Published on Oct 13, 2013

There wasn't a YT vid I could find that satisfactorily shows a revolver barrel sleeve removal, but if you see two dimples in the crown of the muzzle (as seen in the above Mateba vid @ around http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=PRk...), it's where the prongs on a barrel removal tool goes in; while the below S&W example doesn't have such dimples, the idea behind the sleeve is for the manufacturer to have a single receiver platform with relatively similar sized barrel shrouds in which various caliber rifling barrel inserts can be easily screwed in, especially when the material for the receiver is different than the barrel itself, ie Scandium frames, or in especially smaller frames and barrel lengths, where it's technically more practical and easier to machine a barrel made of a different material wholly separately from the frame or the shroud:

http://www.gunblast.com/SW-Nightguards.htm

but if I had to guess, seeing as how it's in Brazil, it's probably a Taurus revolver...

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

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Yeah, I was curious

too

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".
--Voltaire

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Its too bad

That a disgusting pig happened to be the one that intervened. It just helps justify gun control arguments, in a country with strict gun control. "See? The police can totally protect us!"

That's What I Call....

LAW ENFORCEMENT!!!

In Brasil

It's easier to get a handgun than it is to get a good holster for it. Handguns are illegal, BUT it doesn't stop 'em from getting them. If the biker was able to carry, both of the criminals would've gotten it

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".
--Voltaire

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown

Youtube removed the video.

Youtube removed the video. "Shocking and disgusting" policy. lmao

...but I bet you can find 2 girls 1 cup.

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in case YouTube pulls the video down again, please check out

this upload:

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

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Here you go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uawmECCbfH8

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Sounds like Portugese

...Brazil? I wouldn't mess with anyone from Brazil! Even the kids there will kick your @ss! lol.

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just for practice

I put this location at the corner of Ave Dr. Assis Ribeiro and R. Inacia Pereira in Sao Paulo Brazil.

23* 30'34.92" S
46* 33'02.05" W

Can anyone confirm or deny?

LOL confirmed

apparently google street view got to this area of Sao Paulo...

I should have checked my work before commenting/posting! :)

that place was crawling with cops

The other guy in civies with the shiny revolver who popped out of nowhere, and you can see a police van behind the cop's black car when he pulls it forward.

Yes, karma moves swiftly in some circles more than others, like eddy pools in a stream.

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HHGTTG

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Need a little bit of that here.

Justice that is...

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