63-year-old grandmother shoots armed robber who broke into her home

A clear case where a gun offsets a big strength differential between the attacker and the victim.  From AWR Hawkins at Breitbart:
On January 5th, 63-year-old grandmother Elzie Pipkins shot and killed an armed robber who was targeting her house for the second time in a matter of weeks. 
The robber, Devon Antonio Young, had robbed Pipkins's Shreveport, Louisiana, home in mid-December, stealing her .38 revolver. Thereafter Pipkins went to a pawn shop and bought another revolver so she would be able to "protect her own." 
According to the Shreveport Times, on Sunday night Pipkin heard her granddaughter talking about a man walking toward the front door. The grandmother went to check, but before she could get to the door Young "done bust in the house and said, 'Nobody move.'" Pipkins' granddaughter said, "Oh Lord, Granny, he has a gun." . . . 
When she opened the safe she placed one hand on "a bag of change" and one on her handgun. Pipkins said, "here you go," reaching the bag toward the robber. He took a hand off his gun to grab the bag and Pipkins turned and shot him in the chest. . . . .
Thanks to Tony Troglio for the link here. 



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