I was reading yesterday about an incident where a man had been convicted of manslaughter after shooting and killing his attacker, because his weapon of choice was a 10mm; "overkill" was the consensus of the jury. That got me thinking about the aftermath of having to use your weapon, and what a high paid lawyer may find to use against a law abiding weapon carrier. I am seriously considering adding a laser to my Glock, and was wondering if anyone has heard of any such cases, where having a laser installed was used against a gun owner in a self-defense case. Sounds crazy, but I'm sure lawyers could make a case out of it. If you made a lethal shot in self-defense, I could see a lawyer claiming that you were shooting to kill, rather than shooting to stop an attacker. Any thoughts, or seen any similar stories? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!