Back when I was a store accounting student, I always came out with a bag full of freshly bought items. Shopping was very difficult to resist when I faced a series of shops every day. I never went home late for work or something like that. I was needed at 10 a.m. and finished by 8 PM. My dad was the one who went online, went to a grocery store and found something for me. It was a small Talon gun, which according to the website released 80,000 volts of electric shock. It's 4 inches long, something I really like. When I brought it to work, I even told the store 6.5 creedmoor ammo about my dad's little trip to the grocery store and joked about using it to rob a store and run away with all the money. Guess what? That same week, a few days later, I was on my way back to the store when someone tried to grab my Kate Spade bag. I'm not kidding. Dad was smart enough to find an online security store and keep my wallet. I went out to meet my friends during my lunch break. We stopped at some shops so I had two shopping bags in one hand and my Kate Spade bag in the other. This guy just came out holding my bag. I refused to let go even though I was full of hands. I dropped my shopping bags, pulled out a pistol, and slapped him. Double. He fell to the ground. It all happened so fast. I grabbed my shopping bags and walked out. Who knew my dad was right about visiting that online self-defense store that week? I could not thank him.