Woman shoots man armed with crowbar in University City: police

A 22-year-old man was shot by a woman after he broke the window of her vehicle in University City with a crowbar, Philadelphia police said Wednesday.

Police said the 27-year-old woman was in her vehicle in University City when the 22-year-old man approached her car with a crowbar. After he broke the woman’s passenger-side rear window, the 27-year-old woman shot the man in the groin, authorities said.

Police said the man dropped the crowbar in the woman’s vehicle and hopped in his car and drove to Center City. Authorities found the man outside of his vehicle at the intersection of 23rd and Market Streets suffering from a gunshot wound to his groin just before 5:30 p.m.

Police said the woman has a license to carry. They found the one spent shell casing in her vehicle.

God created all men, Sam Colt made them equal.

A man in his 20s armed with a crowbar is dangerous.

He could have easily killed the woman he attacked.

She brought a gun to the crowbar fight and blew his dick off.

He dropped the crowbar.

This is a ringing endorsement of why concealed carry is important, especially for women.  It absolutely gave this woman the advantage over over a man with a crowbar.

I’m going close this post with this video I’ve posted before of Clint Smith justifying this shoot.



P.S., I’m stupid excited, I’m going to see Clint Smith in September.  Three days of running a gun with the great one himself.  I’ll definitely tell you all about it when it’s done.

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10 thoughts on “I bet that hurt, good, he deserved it”
  1. I hope her hearing is undamaged; cars are very small enclosed spaces, and gunshots are loud.
    For the rest, well, all I can say is, sounds like a good shoot, but South Park did it first. 🙂

  2. It is a fact that the lower midsection of the human body moves last, when movement is first initiated. And there is a greater chance of immobilization putting rounds at belt level or slightly below. The chance of significant damage to hips, backbone, central and peripheral nerve systems and main arteries is very high, when a fluid transfer monolithic bullet enters this area of the body. Sam Colt did in fact make all people equal, but this round made all calibers equal.

    1. Where did you find the info on what she used? Did I just miss that in the article?

      1. Boris, I simply stated some facts on the subject of aiming for the lower abdomen instead of center mass, which was the subject matter of Clint Smith’s advice, and whether intentional or not, the woman in the news story also put a round in that same area. In my classes, I teach to put five shots at the belt line for the reason already stated in my post above.
        And of all the types of rounds for self-defense, I have consistently found through extensive gel block testing. that a FTM round is the best barrier-blind, hemorrhage producing round with the best penetration on the market today. Perfect for bone, nerve, and vascular dense areas such as the pelvic and hip region of the body.

        1. FTM … As in some of Lehigh Defense’s offerings?
          I’m a fan of the company and the idea, and the gel tests look great, but I’ve never heard of it actually being used in a defense situation. Do you have a pointer?

          1. Boris, yes Lehigh Defense manufactures the bullets and will sell just the bullets, but Bill Wilson, I guess, bought the rights to sell the rounds and Bill doesn’t endorse anything but self-defense related ammo.
            Now, as far as a link (pointer) to a specific story where the FTM was used, I don’t know of any. However, I have personally tested the Xtreme Defender and Xtreme Penetrator rounds alongside all the best 9mm and 45 cal. hollow point rounds on the market (which there are twelve which expand reliably more than 0.60″ and 0.75″ respectively.) and the FTM’s hemorrhage channels are 0.88″ for the 9mm, and 1.00″ for the 45 cal.

    1. I might have this wrong but, didn’t Clint Smith sell Thunder Ranch a year or so ago? Was under the impression he retired from the industry.

  3. Yes, please report on your class. A trip to OR is something that I haven’t been able to swing.

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