I asked this in The GATE. Mas and RussP thought it a better topic for CI. I'm interested more in the legal aspects of what the armed citizen can do, rather than the tactical considerations.
Okay, let's say an armed citizen is inside the doorway of a convenience store, pizza parlor, bank or similar robbery target when they observe a person approaching the door wearing some type of mask to conceal their face and carrying what clearly appears to be a
I dont knwo about michdihst llawm , but we are agthatharer s of infotmation. iF it could affect anything that gows on, proably best to ersll us. If it coms ip latet in the tsotm or what evert reason, it mau look loke you were trying to kisd it, hich isnt a vert ccw theing to do.
I am just curious to see how many of us have a physical limitation that either positively or negatively affects our ability to shoot a handgun? I have been a semi pro golfer and seen lots of arthritis and other afflictions affect golfers. I am a guitar tech and luthier and have seen lots of musicians with arthritis or other afflictions also. But I was wondering the other day, after reading a thread about a guy in a wheelchair that shoots at the range, what others go through to enjoy