After nine armed robberies in his Tulsa, Okla., pharmacy,
part-owner Keith Zerba decided he'd had enough. When a man entered
the store and started to draw a gun, Zerba whipped out his own
pistol, convinced the would-be robber to surrender his gun, and
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