Originally Posted by Vincine
Sounds like a good test of competency to me. Is there a written test on what constitutes 'personal defense' and what doesn't?
That is specifically not addressed in the Florida CCW classes for fear of lawyers. However, in Florida, we have an excellent resource book, written by an attorney who's practice is defending gun cases. The book is updated at the end of every session of the legislature to take into account any changes in the law.
This book is written in language the average man or woman can understand, and he gives examples of how easily you can go to prison if you do the wrong thing. Some of the stories will scare the pants off of you.
When I teach the CCW class this book is on the table and I strongly suggest that everyone buy it and read it, then read it again.
I am not, in any way associated with the author and don't want to advertise the name on the forum, but a google search will find the book.