Four Tulsa, Oklahoma, boys did just what their parents told
them to if they were ever home alone and in danger. When they heard
someone trying to break down the front door, they went to their
parents' room, where the oldest, 13, aimed his mother's .357 Mag. at
the locked door while his brother dialed 911. The intruder entered
the house, headed straight for the bedroom and tried to force that
door open. That's when the oldest brother fired one shot through
the door, killing the criminal. Police found rubber gloves, a
folding knife and a large screwdriver in the man's pockets. The
boys' father says, "The firearms training the boys received probably
saved their lives."
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