Therefore, a person may use reasonable force when that is necessary to help another person, if it reasonably appears that the person being aided is in a situation where the law would allow him to act in self-defense himself. If there is any evidence in this case that the...
There's a few things to consider.
- Cops aren't legally required to help you out if you are in the same situation (!)
- Expect to get sued by the person you shoot and/or their family
- In the scenario above you have no idea of the circumstances. The cop could have the wrong guy for all we...
Because he specifically mentioned considering a CZ75 Compact, but said it was too heavy. The PCR basically a lighter CZ75 Compact. It was a relevant comparison.
Where did he suggest a semi-auto shotgun??
That's part of the reason why I don't usually give carry recommendations, unless I belabor the point that what I recommend works for me.
I think "rent a bunch of guns you're interested in" is the proper advice, because plenty of guns I like others don't, and plenty of guns people love I loathe...
Fair enough. I'm a proponent of carrying in only one "method."
I would much prefer no safety so DA/SA and/or striker-fired is really the only way I'll ever carry. For me personally cocked and locked is asking for trouble, but plenty of people obviously do it without issue.
When I've carried my...