Little Rock, Ark., pharmacist Danny Matson had "a bad
feeling" when a man walked into his store. His feeling got worse
when the man pulled a .22 cal. pistol and demanded narcotics. But
instead of complying, Matson retrieved a .44 Mag. revolver and in an
exchange of gunfire, killed the robber. The local sheriff called
the killing "perfectly justified," and added, "let this be a
warning" to armed robbers.
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