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Firearms instructor took out gunman at Texas church service


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WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas (AP) — Alarms went off in Jack Wilson’s head the moment a man wearing a fake beard, a wig, a hat and a long coat walked into a Texas church for Sunday services.By the time the man approached a communion server and pulled out a shotgun, Wilson and another security volunteer were already reaching for their own guns.The attacker shot the other volunteer, Richard White, and then the server, Anton “Tony” Wallace, sending congregants scrambling for cover. The gunman was heading toward the front of the sanctuary as Wilson searched for a clear line of fire.“I didn’t have a clear window,” he said, referring to church members who “were jumping, going chaotic.” Wilson, a 71-year-old firearms instructor who has also been a reserve sheriff’s deputy, said: “They were standing up. That was my one shot,” Wilson said Monday from his home in nearby Granbury.As Wilson approached the fallen attacker, he noticed five or six other members of the volunteer security team he had trained with their guns drawn.

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