Posted February 21, 2016 2:13 pm by Comments

By Bob Owens

Carl Chinn (right) was a member of the New Life Church security team that found himself woefully undertrained and undergunned when it mattered most.

Carl Chinn (right) was a member of the New Life Church security team that found himself woefully undertrained and undergunned when it mattered most.

Carl Chinn was part of the church security team at New Life Church in Colorado Springs in 2007 when a mass killer entered the building with a 6.8 SPC rifle, several pistols, and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, intent on racking up a massive body count. The murderer had carried out a successful attack the day before at another location, and had just killed two people and wounded three more in the church parking lot. There were several thousand people still on the church grounds as the killer entered the building.

Jeanne Assam, a member of the church security team, engaged the murderer as he came into the church and wounded him, at which point the murderer decided to commit suicide as mass killers so often do.

Chinn learned from his experience that he neither had the right training to engage a real threat (only target shooting), nor an adequate defensive firearm on him at the time of the shooting (a .32 ACP Kel-Tec).

Folks, I can’t stress this enough.

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Source:: Bearing Arms

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