Store owner Claude [Bud] Willsey won his seventh gun battle
with bandits when an armed robber walked into his Berkeley, Calif.,
liquor shop and demanded money. The thug took $70 from the cash
register and started to leave. Willsey's wife grabbed a shotgun,
fired at the bandit, but missed. Willsey picked up his pistol and
wounded the bandit, who was then apprehended by police.
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