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Episode 7 of 32

Good Guys and Bad Actors - May 23, 2019

Duration: 01:03:41
In this episode Kevin and Tom get started by discussing possession of firearms on different properties, in a variety of situations, and when it’s someone else’s gun. They then move on to detailed conversations about when you can and cannot – or should and should not - shoot in a self-defense situati
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In this episode Kevin and Tom get started by discussing possession of firearms on different properties, in a variety of situations, and when it’s someone else’s gun. They then move on to detailed conversations about when you can and cannot – or should and should not - shoot in a self-defense situation. How does disparity of force work? Is it a good idea to draw your gun when faced with multiple attackers or will the attackers take your gun? Other topics covered include recognizing threats, what to do with backup guns after a self-defense shooting, and the importance of training.
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If I carry past a “no weapons allowed” sign and an employee asks me to leave but a self-defense scenario takes place before I can leave the property, what happens? (~0:55)
Does it matter if I use my spouse’s gun for home defense instead of my own? (~4:18)
Is there any circumstance in which I should shoot to wound rather than shooting to kill? Should I employ a less lethal response? (~5:40)
Tom discusses reading police reports. (~11:40)
Is it a good idea to put a video camera on my gun? (~13:53)
Can I fire my gun to stop attacking coyotes or feral dogs? (~18:12)
Is someone justified drawing their gun to defend themselves against multiple attackers who do not have guns or knives? (~20:40)
Can I legally defend my widowed neighbor in her own home? (~23:10)
Does being a firearms instructor affect the legal process after a self-defense shooting? (~25:44)
Kevin talking about the CC Expo. (~30:00)
What should I do with my gun after a self-defense shooting and after calling 911? (~36:03)
How much first aid am I legally required to give to someone after a self-defense shooting? (~38:00)
If I have a backup gun on should I tell police as soon as they arrive? (~39:50)
How do I know if I can take my gun with me when I leave my home state? (~42:55)
Are there legal reasons I should not put gun-related stickers in my house? (~44:16)
Should I take pictures of evidence before the police arrive? (~46:02)
I use a cane. Can I legally defend myself faster than someone without a cane? (~50:20)
How close does someone have to be to me for it to be considered a legitimate threat if the attacker has a knife? (~53:40)

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posted property, posted business, shooting to wound, shooting to stop the threat, stop the threat, force continuum, intervention options, deadly force, multiple attackers, weapon retention, extenuating circumstances, bad actor, good guys, disparity of force, training
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