Winning: Detroit Grandmother Fights Her Way Out of Ambush with Her Concealed Carry Gun

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Do not shoot Detroit grandmother Paris Ainsworth. Even if you hit her four times, you’ll only make her mad:

Her siblings now jokingly call her Rambo.

However, Paris Ainsworth easily could have been killed. Her attackers shot her four times, but she had eight bullets for them.

“If I wouldn’t have had my gun I would be dead today,” she said.

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It was late Saturday night when she arrived home after working a double shift. She saw two men moving closer to her as she was about to get out of her car. Before she got out, she put her .45 caliber handgun in her pocket.

“He said, ‘Don’t pull it,’ and he shot immediately,’” said Ainsworth.

She was hit three times in the side and once in the hand. It was not her shooting hand.

“I said, ‘You mother (expletive),’ and pulled out (my gun) and started shooting. One, he was right in the middle of the street. The other one was right here on the (side of the street),” she said.

Ainsworth waited on a neighbor’s porch until EMS arrived.

This article continues at bearingarms.com

 

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