There has been discussions and very sound advice from you regarding what to say and not say in aftermath of a shooting. You and others have also advised I quick draw the cell phone after a confrontation where I have had to draw a weapon, but no shots fired or violence inflicted. This as you explain helps establish me as the victim. However, do I limit what I say to the same degree, that I would in case of actual shooting or violent confrontation? I am after all trying to establish myself as the victim. I don't see how I can do that if I call and when officer arrives simply say I had to draw my gun. I think it might be counterproductive in this situation to refuse to tell the officer WHY I drew my gun, which gets me immediately into telling what other guy did and my reactions in detail. As always appreciate your advice. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!