Intruder breaks into home, grabs kitchen knives, tries to stab resident who uses wheelchair. But gun-toting homeowner intervenes and opens fire.

A male intruder broke into an Atlanta home just after 11 p.m. Wednesday, and after entering the Dahlia Avenue residence through a window, police said he grabbed two kitchen knives, WAGA-TV reported.

What happened next?

Investigators told the station the intruder then allegedly entered another room and tried to stab a resident who uses a wheelchair.

But the homeowner intervened in the attempted attack on the disabled resident — and armed himself with something a bit more powerful than a pair of kitchen knives.

Yes, the homeowner had exercised his Second Amendment rights and had a gun at the ready — and wasted no time using it, either.

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