WATCH: LA dad who pulled gun on masked intruders STRIPPED of firearm permit

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A Los Angeles father who pulled a gun on masked intruders when they tried to break into his luxury home has revealed he has been stripped of his firearm permit.

In a video for the National Rifle Association, Vince Ricci said his concealed carry license was ‘revoked’ after he was attacked by two men at his $2million house.

‘After successfully defending my home and my family and my five-month-old child, California has now decided to suspend my Second Amendment [rights],’ Ricci said.

Ricci, the CEO of a photo studio, was returning home on Saturday, Nov. 4, at about 7:30 p.m. when he was attacked by two masked men.  Surveillance footage shows him walking to his front door, with a cup of tea in one hand, while reaching into his pocket for his key with the other hand.  His wife, 5-month-old baby, and nanny were all inside the home.

Suddenly, a masked gunman rushes up behind him.  Quickly, Ricci throws his tea, grabs his gun, and begins firing at the suspect, who turns to flee.

Later, Ricci had criticized the LAPD for ‘sloppy police work.’

Now, he says on Thursday the sheriff’s office called him to say his concealed carry license is being revoked, due to him ‘yelling’ at officers.

Ricci was already on edge over recent break-ins in his neighborhood. Just a night before the Nov. 4 incident, a group of criminals driving a vehicle with no license plates had been targeting other homes in the area.

Prior to that, his own home was broken into in June and his car was broken into in May.

Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Tex.) shared a news report, along with surveillance footage of the original incident, and wrote:

On Nov. 4, California homeowner Vince Ricci pulled out a gun after masked thugs tried robbing him as he entered his home. He protected his wife and 5-month-old baby, who were inside.

What happened next? LAPD revoked his concealed carry permit after “yelling” at officers for investigating the shooting THREE DAYS after the incident.

Mr. Ricci, I recommend finding a real estate agent in the great state of Texas, where we value the Second Amendment.

Below is the must-see video, as Ricci explains what has happened to him since he used his gun to defend himself and his family from masked gunmen who attacked just as he was returning home:

Ricci also spoke out in an interview with FoxLA.  Watch:

Congressional candidate Carline Kane of Texas also weighed in, writing, “California stripped Vince Ricci of his gun permit because he fired it at armed assailants in self-defense. So what’s the point of a gun license if you’re not allowed to use the gun when you need to? California has become a 3rd world country under Democrat leadership, and it’s only going to get worse. We need an action plan to save this nation in the next elections.”

Journalist Chuck Callesto summarized the story, as follows:

REPORT: LA Dad STRIPPED of Firearm Permit After Confronting Masked Intruders at His $2M Home with Baby Inside ‘because he YELLED at cops’..

GET OUT OF CALIFORNIA..  A father from Los Angeles, who used a firearm to confront masked intruders attempting to enter his upscale residence, disclosed that his firearm permit has been revoked.

In a National Rifle Association video, Vince Ricci stated that his concealed carry license was rescinded following an incident where he defended his $2 million home and family, including a five-month-old child, against two attackers.

Ricci expressed his frustration, stating, “After successfully defending my home, family, and my five-month-old child, California has now chosen to suspend my Second Amendment [rights].”

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