I got off around 4am after work, I carry a gun and everything for self protection. I was coming home, and I parked the car.
As I got out, I checked my surroundings and didn’t see anybody.
Next thing you know, I hear screaming and yelling with the words “I ■■■■■■■ HATE YOU!” And I looked around and seen a woman throwing beer bottles at this man. I thought to myself what should I do in this situation.
Well let’s look at the man, he’s just standing there looking like he’s trying to explain himself or something. He’s not actively retreating, and I’m thinking to myself I’m responsible for my own safety, and he’s responsible for his. He’s the one being assaulted and it looked like he could easily get away and call the cops.
So the deadly force decision making I made was just return to my castle as my life wasn’t in danger and the man could have handled it on his own.
Just like how our Conceal Carry magazine editor tells us. “Before you get involved in any deadly force incident, are you prepared to lose everything you have, and everything you will ever have to get involved?”
What is your thoughts.