A man with a concealed carry license stopped a shooter after the latter opened fire on a crowd of people at a nightclub in South Carolina early Sunday morning, according to WISTV.com.
After getting into a fight with another person, the 32-year-old suspect pulled out a gun and began to fire at a crowd of people gathered outside of the club, hitting and injuring four, WISTV reports. One of the victims, who holds a concealed-carry permit, shot back in self-defense, hitting the suspect in the leg.
The suspect has been charged with four counts of attempted murder. He was also charged for unlawfully carrying a weapon and for carrying one while committing a violent crime.
The concealed carrier who shot back won’t be facing any charges, as his permit to carry was valid.
What started off as a chunk of a Gibeon meteorite, was crafted into a matching pair of 1911 pistols by Cabot Guns. About the only parts not made of the meterorite are the barrel, recoil spring and magazines. Key components of the pistols such as the guide rails, were bi-metal reinforced with an electron beam process. They are for sale if you’re willing to pay $4.5 million for the pair. (GRH)
Chambered in 5.7x28mm, this polymer framed handgun from FN shares the same caliber as the P90. The slide on the Five-seveN has a polymer top cover that gives the handgun the appearance of being made completely out of polymer. The two in the photos have had their triggers modified and their slide refinished in urban camouflage. (GRH)
9x19mm pistol, the CZ 75 is one of the most well known and copied handguns in the world. The design has proven itself in military, law enforcement, competition and even the hunting community. There isn’t much in terms of aftermarket parts without turning it into a race gun but the grips are often the first thing most owners change. (GRH)
Luxurious twenty shot double action pinfire revolver with carved ebony grips, double barrels and folding trigger. The cylinder has two rows of ten chambers. The hammer alternatively strikes the pins of the cartridges in the upper and lower rows, firing through the respective barrel.