In 1986, a homeowner laid a gun on his nightstand in case his life was ever threatened.
Thirty years passed by without incident. The homeowner had never even fired the gun.
But one night, a burglar wearing a skeleton mask and gloves broke into the man’s home and charged into his bedroom, demanding money.
Two armed, masked men burst into a Philadelphia restaurant and announced they were robbing the business.
The store’s surveillance cameras captured the holdup as the crooks began stealing cash.
But their spree ended when one of the store owners pulled out his own handgun, and opened fire – sending both of them running.