I tried to do a search on the forums to answer this but I didn't find anything, so I apologize if it's already been answered elsewhere: I live in an apartment in Colorado, and this apartment is in a neighborhood with some questionable characters roaming the area at all hours. I also saw what I thought was a repo going down yesterday, I mean they had a tow truck and tools, but its that kind of neighborhood so... Does anyone know or can anyone point me to a resource that could tell me how the Castle Doctrine in Colorado applies to residents in an apartment? I mean, I assume if someone forces their way in my front door then I would be legally justified in the use of deadly force, should the situation demand it, correct? FYI...I keep my mag loaded with 3 frangibles, then hollow points. I figure if I need to fire more than 3 times to make my point, well... I'm maybe more interested in what the law says about protecting property in an apartment complex that is outside of my apartment, i.e. my truck parked in the spaces in front of my building. If I were to spot someone breaking in or just generally f*cking with my truck in a criminal way, does Castle Doctrine in Colorado allow for the use of deadly force in that situation, should the situation demand it? What if I had to go out there and hold one of these people at gunpoint until the cops could come take care of the situation? *Please do me and everyone else who reads this thread a favor and only respond if you're knowledgeable or have something useful to add; bad information getting passed around can result in otherwise innocent people being charged with gun crimes!