Good Morning Mas. I was just issued my ccw permit last month, and have started carrying regularly. This obviously has me running scenarios through my head regarding how I would/should respond in various situations. One thing that keeps sticking in my head is how my options seemed to have changed now that I'm armed. I have training in h2h combat, and am pretty comfortable in my ability to protect myself empty handed. However, now that I have a gun on my side, I question whether I should (where retreat is not an option) engage in a h2h confrontation even if I feel I can handle it. If for any reason things don't go my way, others jump in, or the aggressor realizes I have a gun while we are engaged, things could go south very quickly. Am I now forced to draw my weapon if threatened with physical violence? Do I warn the aggressor that I'm armed and to back off? My fear is some drunken idiot that I'm confident I can handle, but that won't stop advancing if drawn on. I'd hate to have to shoot someone for being stupid, or for having beer muscles. But I don't want to compromise my, or my family's safety, trying to cut some idiot slack. I'm planning to get further gun training where I got my cert, and they may cover some of this in the class. Until then, just wanted to get some feedback from you and the board. Thanks in advance for any insight you can provide.