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Nearly a year after being charged for defending herself with a firearm, a woman wins her legal case.
These recent accounts featuring brave armed women deserve a second read.
A convicted sex offender was breaking into a woman's house, and ignored her orders to leave.
Two thugs in their 30s—a man and a woman—were no match for a 60-year-old woman when they attempted a home invasion.
A woman was in the process of bathing her child when she heard a noise at her door.
A woman was pumping gas when she suddenly found herself wrapped in a bear hug by an armed thug. But she was also armed.
Don't bring electric clippers to a gun fight ... That's what a Texas man learned when he stalked and assaulted his ex-girlfriend inside her own vehicle.
A 19-year-old man was shot in the neck while he was trying to break into his neighbor’s home.
A man with a history of domestic violence was shot by his wife after he threatened to kill her.
A man smashed through the window of a house occupied by a woman and her children.
A woman took matters into her own hands when a registered sex offender was breaking into her home.
A woman who feared for her life when a man attempted to pry open her car—while she was in it—used her firearm to defend herself.
A wife came to the defense of her husband when she saw a man force him to the ground and point a gun at his head.
A woman broke into a home and attacked the homeowner, but the tables were soon turned on her.
A Tennessee woman used a firearm to defend herself and her three minor children against a man who threatened their lives.
In an incident that stemmed from a domestic violence altercation, a woman shot and killed a man.
What would you do if you arrived home at 1 a.m. and were met by four intruders?
A man with a violent criminal history broke into a woman's home early one morning. But she was armed.