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Old March 20, 2001, 04:58 PM   #1
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This scenario struck me as I was driving home today.

Let's say you become involved in a use of deadly force confrontation in the parking lot of a chain restaurant. It could be a carjacking, or an attempted armed robbery, or a violent physical assault. Take your pick. The fact is it's you, armed, against one other person, also armed.

The restaurant is located at a busy intersection. You are behind some cover, i.e. a large mailbox or a telephone pole. You are being fired upon. The assailant may be coming towards you. He is in such a position that if you shoot and miss, your bullet could travel across a heavily travelled road, or into the restaurant. If you step out from behind your cover, you have a cement wall as a backstop.

What do you do?

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