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Let's say one night you're walking home alone and some guy takes out a knife and threatens to kill you if you don't give him you're money. But for whatever reason, you don't have any cash on you, and he thinks you're lying so he comes at you with the knife. And fortunately you (legally) carry a concealed handgun. I know it would be best to shoot to kill to prevent legal issues (by not killing the assailant, it shows that one didn't feel threatened enough to use deadly force, blah bah), but would it be alright to brandish the gun or point it at him to scare him off? Like as a second-to-last resort? Just curious. Thanks in advance.
If showing him you have a gun is sufficient enough to ward him off, then score one for you. As long as you were legally carrying it, you've committed no crime.
Most times a firearm is used in a defensive situation the firearm is never fired, just the sight of the firearm makes the thug run away, these incidents are never reported. That is why there can never be an accurate account of how many defensive firearm incidents happen. The FBI claim around 700,000 defensive firearm uses a year, and some like the New York Times claim up to 3,000,000 defensive firearm uses a year. When I draw my firearm I am fully intending on stopping the threat and I will fire until there is no longer a threat.
To start with, That doesn't happen to often in my State, Here in pennsylvania you don't need a concealed permit, People know better to pull that stunt here because about 80% of the people are carrying, You would have to be really really stupid
Yeah you're fine. It's still self defense...it's passive self defense but you're still defending yourself. So you are good with the law. However, gun or no gun, anyone who wants to kill you WILL kill you. If they pull out a knife and show you, odds are, that person doesn't want to kill you. Otherwise the person would just wait till you walked by him and stab you in the back. Or, pull out pepper spray, spray you, then stab you. Then they could steal your stuff with no fight required.
And yet your state constantly talks about all the crime they need to deal with.... hmmmm does that mean they're full of empty rhetoric?