By Bob Owens
It doesn’t get much more intense than this.
Keep in mind that the .38-caliber bullet struck the weapon-mounted light at this angle because the officer’s and the suspect’s weapons were pointed directly at one another, and the suspect simply got on his trigger first. If the officer was looking down his sights as we are almost certain that he was, the Streamlight TLR-1 caught a bullet that was aimed at the officer’s face.
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