Veteran Saves Woman From Brutal Beating Due To Wisconsin's New Concealed Carry Law

Joe Schoffstall
By Joe Schoffstall | March 19, 2013 | 2:36 PM EDT

Charlie Blackmore, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, may have saved a women's life, and he credits Wisconsin's new concealed carry laws for enabling him to do so.

According to Fox 6 News, the woman was on her way to work when a man attacked her and nearly kicked her to death. The veteran pulled his gun on the attacker and called the police, saying if he approached he approached him, he'd take him down.

"He was a big individual and I wasn't playing around and he didn't seem like he was playing around," Blackmore told Fox 6 News."I made it quite clear to him if he did come at me, I was going to have to take him down."

He later said of gun owners, "We do do good things. Not all of us are bad or crazy gun nuts. There are good people out there."

(h/t The Right Scoop)

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