Thugs Pick WRONG Place To Break Into After Seeing What Was In Back Room — INSTANTLY PAY THE PRICE!

A couple of thugs in Cobb County, Georgia decided to help themselves to someone else’s place where they didn’t belong, assuming it was an easy target. Having seen something they wanted through the front window, they learned the hard way that they picked the wrong place when they saw what else was happening inside, which they didn’t realize until it was too late.

There are a lot of places that criminals like to rob: jewelry stores, banks, maybe pawn shops. But robbing a gun shop is such an obviously bad idea, you would think no one would be dumb enough to try it. Except that these idiots were that dumb… and found out firsthand why robbing a gun store is a horrible idea.

Jimmy Groover was going about his business at Dixie Gun and Pawn in Cobb County, Georgia when a pair of morons decided to rob them at about 11:00am on Monday. Groover, who owns the store, was unsurprisingly well prepared for such an occasion.

The two suspects ran in the store, pointing a gun at an employee, which can be clearly seen in the surveillance video. Off-screen, Groover watched… and then he acted. He pulled out a gun of his own, fatally shot one of the thugs, before shooting at the second thug. Unfortunately, the second suspect got away, and has not been apprehended.

It took Groover just seconds to assess the situation and defend himself, his employee, and his business.

While Groover acknowledges that the store has been robbed before, it has never been during business hours. And this, ladies and gentleman, is why. Robbing a gun shop when there are gun-toting employees present is just never going to be a smart decision.

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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