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Old September 8, 2013, 04:58 AM   #13
Qtiphky
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The only concern that I would have would be if they don't get your gun. If the struggle is for the gun, and you retain it, I don't know that you could just shoot them as you got distance and were able to draw. However, if you instructed them to stop and back off and they didn't, then I think you would have reasonable grounds for defense. I'm not a lawyer, but that would seem logical to me.
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