WATCH: See How NRA’s So-Called ‘Good Guy With A Gun’ Handles Parking Dispute With AT&T

A man in Hialeah, Florida took issue with AT&T having the audacity to park their trucks in front of his home, so he did what any reasonable person would do. He pulled out his old west six shooter and dished out some NRA-style justice.

According to The Miami Herald, Jorge Jove began firing his long revolver at AT&T trucks, shooting out their tires and into the engine blocks of the vehicles.

And according to a sergeant with the Hialeah Police Department, Jove even took a shot at one of the workers, who was elevated high above the ground as he worked on a line.

Cell phone video captured Jove, 64, calmly walking around one AT&T truck and shooting out all four tires. You could even hear the hissing sound the as the bullets made impact with the tires.

In the background, AT&T workers are heard calling the police.

“He’s shooting the truck right now,” said a man who identified himself as Derrick Taylor, a technician with AT&T. “There’s a guy shooting the tires and shooting the engines and everything.”

As Taylor continued his call with 911, Jove calmly reloaded several times while he systematically shot the work trucks.

“Someone’s up in the bucket truck and he can’t come down because he’s shooting the truck,” he said.

Jove was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a firearm and criminal mischief. He was released after posting a $30,000 bond. Police took possession of Jove’s handgun, noting in the affidavit, that the suspect did not have a concealed weapons permit.

“Apparently the homeowner was upset the trucks were parked in front of his driveway,” said Hialeah Sgt. Carl Zogby in an email.

Sounds like another loyal Trump supporter’s making America “great” again one bullet hole at a time.

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