Meet Jason Falconer, USPSA competitive shooter, concealed-carry advocate, and shooting range owner. He’s also the hero who shot Dahir Adan, the 22-year-old Somali who stabbed infidels for ISIS. Let’s also note that Adan was dressed as a security guard–the mall cops who are expected to protect us from the bad guys.
The media has reported “an off-duty police officer from another jurisdiction” prevented further carnage. Eight were taken to the hospital with injuries from the terror attack, but thanks to Falconer, nobody was killed. If Falconer had his way, everyone would be skilled enough to defend themselves.
His goal is to teach individuals the mindset, knowledge and skills needed to be successful with firearms in order to secure their personal safety or that of their family; at home or in public.
Reacting to the media’s spin, Bearing Arms, a Second Amendment-defending website, opined:
It’s almost as if the media is attempting to cover up the fact that creating and training armed citizens is a major part of the man who took out the terrorist in a MN mall this weekend.
Almost? No, I’d say it’s pretty clear that’s exactly what they’re doing.
Falconer is the president and owner of Tactical Advantage LLC, a shooting range and tactical training facility with a strong focus on arming concealed carriers. He’s also a former chief of the Albany (MN) police department, and he remains a part-time officer.
Here’s an excerpt from Falconer’s bio on Tactical Advantage’s website.
Jason has been a member of the United States Practical Shooters Association (USPSA) as well as a local club, St. Cloud Area Practical Shooters Association (SCAPSA) for many years. He competes at the SCAPSA outdoor range in matches and league competitions year-round, and has attained several league championships in various divisions. Jason is an avid three-gun competitor and has been privileged to participate on shooting squads at various 3-gun and tactical shotgun matches with professional shooters such as James Casanova, Rob Romero, Mark Harnish, Janson Jensen, Mark Miller, and Dave Neth. In June 2012, St. Cloud hosted the CAN-AM Games for Law Enforcement and Firefighters from around the world.
This story doesn’t fit the left’s anti-gun agenda, so you won’t hear it from the main stream media. They’d rather focus on taking guns away and banning things like Tannerite because people like Falconer use it to practice shooting (bad guys).