would if the person involved is an offduty officer? they follow the same laws. why on the news does it show in FL an offduty cop pulling a gun on a felon to stop a robbery? he was commended for his actions...honestly, if the CCW holder wasn't a loser I tend to feel he would be commended as well so while I hear what you're saying...common sense still exits. also, brandishing and drawing a firearm are two different things(I think...I might be wrong about that but basically you do NOT brandish a weapon unless it is being used - you do not use a weapon to intimidate or scare someone but that doesn't mean a weapon must be fired if it is drawn).
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