As a pizza delivery driver, I take the gun AND deliver the food.
As well you should. Click here for just one good reason.
Last week a driver for the same chain was ambushed in Atlanta. Driver took the perp’s gun, shot him in the stomach and leg. I personally have never had a robbery problem, but a run-in with a pit bull convinced me that corporate’s no-weapons policy was not conducive to my health.
Worked very well for Richard Davis:
Take the cannoli, by all means. But I never understood leaving the gun. Michael drops the gun in the restaurant too. I don’t get it.
Clemenza taped the snubby’s handle to keep Michael’s fingerprints off of it. If he drops the gun, the cops have nothing to go on. If someone’s later found with a gun that can be traced (ballistically) back to the murder of a police captain, you got big problems.
Same thing out in the weeds with the cannoli.
Thus endeth the lesson.
“You call that a ‘group’? That’s not a group – that’s a pattern, and a crappy one at that! I’ve seen better patterns at 50 yards with a sawed-off 12 gauge! Trigger control, punk, not spray and pray!”
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