How I Saved Innocent Bystanders Using My Firearm

A former Sheriff’s Deputy had to quickly make a life-or-death decision in a Lowe’s parking lot to stop a runaway driver escaping from the police. Watch our video to see how he reacted and how U.S. LawShield was able to help in the aftermath.

Want to know what happens next? Watch our Lessons Learned video here.

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10 comments on “How I Saved Innocent Bystanders Using My Firearm

  1. Great story, I’m glad I am a member. But, I hope some further education is done on this. Specifically, when you look at the two times they show him shooting, the windows of the store are in the background. And he said the officer fired three shots. And all this was in a parking lot. I don’t know about this. Since he was driving away, and an officer was there, I don’t think I would shoot.
    Somebody help me out here.

  2. Wow, 17 days.. That is lucky. I hope and pray I never need this service, but im sure glad I have it.

  3. Thank you sir for your bravery!

  4. Wow. This is a very impressive story and outcome. I hope I never need it, but I’m happier than ever about being a 7-year and counting member of U.S. LawShield. Keep up the good work.

  5. Thank you and God Bless

  6. I cannot recommend anything better.

  7. I used U.S. LawShield when I had to use my weapon. It works! I hate to think what would have happened.

  8. Paul, He heard 3 shots and the guy was driving away. True- he reacted as a LEO and not a civilian as you pointed out, because civilians should not shoot at a suspect driving away.

  9. Great story. Glad this was posted for us members to read. I too am a long time member of LawShield. I would have to agree with Paul. I don’t think I would have taken a shot either. But then, I’m not an ex police officer either. My reason for not shooting, is that I was not in danger, no indication of another shopper being in danger and the Police Office seemed to have done and is doing what needs to be done.
    But again, I wasn’t there and I’m not an ex police officer.

  10. When I shot at the suspects, I had lost visual contact with the Officer & thought the Officer had been shot.

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