Bullseye Gun & Pawn Employees Thwart Attempted Theft Of Pistols

Employees at Bullseye Gun, Gear and Pawn in Murfreesboro, Tennessee were on the ball when a group of men began looking at pistols with the help of one employee.  The following video from the Liveleak YouTube channel begins moments before the attempted theft.  One of the men was looking at a pistol, while another man standing at the same counter grabbed a gun off the counter and bolted for the front door.  The same employee that had been helping the men leaped over the counter, and at the same time, knocked the gun out of the hand of the man he’d been helping.

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The video above stopped there but that certainly wasn’t the end of the story. The video posted directly on Liveleak.com showed a fuller picture of what unfolded outside as several employees and a customer calmly aimed pistols at the men and held them at bay until the police could arrive. The leaping employee can also be seen escorting the thief back to the store parking lot.  It seems that employees had justification for a heightened level of alertness. According to the Daily News Journal:

This wasn’t the first time the store had been


Originally posted on The Firearm Blog