I don't think it was easy to take him down. I don't know it, but i suspect he had always a loaded second gun, probably a handgun, when he reloaded his main gun. As long as he staid in an open space, an attack would require several people each willing to lose their lives and able to act together.There were many cases of similar shot-outs, typically in schools, when everyone was slaughtered like sheep. During "École Polytechnique massacre" some dude, Gamil Shamil whatever, walked around the school killing women. Interestingly, he just separated males and females and let the males go. And so they did, leaving their girlfriends to be shot. I guess his philosophical disagreement with feminism indeed had some valid grounds -- the whole complex of western liberal brainwashing that includes feminism as its part does indeed makes males feminine. I doubt he'd kill many if he tried this shtick in some high school in Harlem or some Chechen village with a couple of teenage boys around. I guess it takes an old fashioned man, at least not a modern western man. "On April 16, 2007, Seung-Hui Cho entered Norris Hall Engineering Building and opened fire on classrooms. Librescu, who taught a solid mechanics class in Room 204 in the Norris Hall during April 2007, held the door of his classroom shut while Cho attempted to enter it. Although he was shot through the door, Librescu managed to prevent the gunman from entering the classroom until most of his students had escaped through the windows. He was struck by five bullets, with a shot to the head proving to be fatal. Of the 23 registered students in his class, only one, Minal Panchal, died." This was during Virginia Tech massacre, and the guy was a 77 year old professor, a Holocaust survivor.
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