In today's Wichita Eagle - Yesterday, a woman was in the drive-up at MCDonalds in Wichita and (long story short) a big SUV with blacked out windows pushes its way into line from the side in front of her, words are exchanged and she bumps the SUV. Driver (female) gets out and throws a crowbar at her windshield, hits it and doesn't break. The victim decides to get the Hell out of Dodge (well, wichita) and backs up to try and get away - a guy steps out of the rear of the sUV with a shotgun - pumps it- and blast her car door from 10 feet as she is pulling away. Door is peppered, but no glass break or injuries. So this question - my wife and I both carry legally and in the car. We talked it over and "think" if we could flee when the guy pulls the gun, that would be choice 1, but if we couldn't back up and he points the shotgun, you have no choice but to take him out. We are new at this - opinions? BTW - she had the license plate (really?) and they picked up the dude and his girlfriend at their house 3 hours later after a confrontation.