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The Daily News, Bangor, ME

Sunday, February 1, 1981

Entering his law office in Bangor, Maine, attorney Peter A. Anderson, an NRA Life member, found a burglar hiding behind his desk. Anderson drew his licensed .357 Mag. revolver, ordered the intruder to stay where he was, and called police. The man, who was armed with a knife, was a suspect in other burglaries.

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