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When to draw w/o brandishing or deadly conduct?

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Old 03-28-2011, 05:36 PM   #11
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Especially for a woman, I think putting her hand in her purse to get the point across, in a situation where she rightfully feels threatened (especially after denying any help), would not get her into any trouble provided she called the police immediately afterword. That way, if it really was just a nice joe trying to help, she won't get in trouble if he calls the cops saying some crazy woman is threatening to shoot people from the side of the road.

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