Mike Huckabee The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Friday afternoon in Loganville, Georgia, a woman was working from home while her 9-year-old twins were home from school. She heard a knock at the door, but thinking it was a salesman, she ignored it. But the knocks became more persistent. Frightened, she got the twins and they hid in a crawlspace connected to her office in the attic. From there, they heard the man break in with a crowbar and begin going ransacking the house. He eventually made his way to the attic. But when he opened the door, he got a surprise: the mom had a .38-caliber revolver. She fired six shots, hitting him in the face and neck five times. She was out of bullets, but she bluffed and told him she’d shoot again if he moved. She and her kids fled to a neighbor’s home and called the police, who captured him as he tried to flee. The story raises a lot of questions, like: what would have happened if she hadn’t been armed? And considering he was still able to flee even with five bullet wounds, what if in her fear and nervousness, she’d missed, or what if he’d had an accomplice? It kind of makes you think that maybe letting law-abiding citizens have guns that shoot more than six bullets might actually be a good idea.