Watch This Marine Vet With Concealed-Carry Permit Save Texas Deputy’s Life

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A Texas deputy says a Marine veteran with a concealed-carry firearm saved his life earlier this month.

On January 19, Bastrop County Deputy Dylan Dorris attempted to pull over a motorist who was driving erratically.

The driver did not initially comply, but he eventually stopped at a gas station.

Once the vehicle was stopped, Dorris attempted to arrest the driver, but he resisted. While Dorris was struggling with the driver, the man allegedly reached for the deputy’s weapon.

That’s when Marine veteran and concealed-carry permit holder Scott Perkins jumped into action.

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