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Man Kills Restaurant Manager – Then an Armed Customer Because Hero

An armed man walked into a Texas sports bar on Wednesday, “yelling and saying incoherent things.” When a manager tried to calm him down, a heated argument ensued, ending with the gunman shooting and killing the manager.

Then a customer with a concealed handgun instantly became a hero.

After telling his wife to “get down,” the unidentified customer stood up, drew his firearm, shot and killed the shooter.

According to WFAA in Dallas, the sports bar was packed at the time of the shooting.

Arlington police confirmed that the customer was licensed and that no charges will be filed against him. Lt. Christopher Cook commended his quick response:

“He made the decision to engage the shooter, fearing there would be other loss of life.”

The manager, Cesar “Bulldog” Perez, was honored by patrons of the Zona Caliente sports bar, and others, Thursday evening:

Perez, 37, and the gunman, James Jones, 48, were pronounced dead at the scene.

The incident and its outcome provided another example over the debate regarding gun rights, gun control, and gun-free zones.

Gun-control advocates argue that stricter gun laws would make it more difficult for people like Jones to obtain firearms.

Second Amendment advocates counter that if not for gun rights, people like the customer wouldn’t be in a position to take out an assailant — and save countless lives.