Wisconsin Bar Where Two Armed Robbers Were Shot Will Begin Holding Concealed Carry Classes
Andy Kochanski, the Milwaukee bar owner who last week shot two armed robbery suspects, killing one is planning to offer concealed carry classes in his bar.
Last week’s incident is the second time Kochanski has had to use deadly force to defend the establishment. In a previous attempt two armed invidivuals tried to rob the bar when Kochanski opened fire on them. Those two got away.
The community rallied behind Kochanski’s actions following the shooting, with patrons coming from all over the area to show their support.
According to TMJ4,
“The support from people is just all across the country. It’s been amazing. It’s probably helped me get through this,” adds Kochanski.
Kochanski tells TODAY’S TMJ4 that a certified instructor also reached out to him about holding a concealed carry license class at the bar this weekend. He’s looking forward to it.
“It should be interesting to see how many people are interested in it,” shares Kochanski. “I think it’s a good thing. People should be educated.”
If criminals didn’t already know not to mess Kochanski’s bar, they certainly should now.