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  1. #81
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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    Quote Originally Posted by FJW View Post
    After shooting a person, a sane and good person would try to call the appropriate departments to help stabilize the the situation and help all those involved instead of just thinking of himself. After establishing the best image for oneself, only then is it time to call someone to represent you based on that. That protocol really makes the most sense if your innocence will be partly determined by your mindset and your obvious intent.
    The only mindset, or image that needs concern is would a rational person believe that their life was in severe or mortal danger, that it would require the use of lethal action to stop that threat in this situation.

    This is the only image one wants to convey after the threat is stopped.
    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    A drop leg holster? A big clue indicating an Operator operating operationally, of course.

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    I'm surprised you didn't get more replies saying that after you collect your wits, take a cell phone photo of the weapon. If that weapon disappears you are in a much worse situation justifying your actions

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy T View Post
    I'm surprised you didn't get more replies saying that after you collect your wits, take a cell phone photo of the weapon. If that weapon disappears you are in a much worse situation justifying your actions
    Just don't let the police know that you took photos with your phone. They could confiscate your phone as evidence and of course you know to password protect or finger print access to phone.

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy T View Post
    I'm surprised you didn't get more replies saying that after you collect your wits, take a cell phone photo of the weapon. If that weapon disappears you are in a much worse situation justifying your actions
    Why not take pictures of all your weapons while at home, and leave those pictures there for safe keeping?

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    Quote Originally Posted by free View Post
    Why not take pictures of all your weapons while at home, and leave those pictures there for safe keeping?
    Take a picture of the attackers weapon.
    I don't advocate for gun rights I advocate for people's rights.

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy T View Post
    I'm surprised you didn't get more replies saying that after you collect your wits, take a cell phone photo of the weapon. If that weapon disappears you are in a much worse situation justifying your actions
    Quote Originally Posted by JenniferG View Post
    Just don't let the police know that you took photos with your phone. They could confiscate your phone as evidence and of course you know to password protect or finger print access to phone.
    Why not just wear a body camera 24/7 and don't record audio.

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    Quote Originally Posted by donotknowme View Post
    Take a picture of the attackers weapon.
    Requires a lot of pre-planning if you're going to do that at home.

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    Default Re: So you shot someone in self defense... Now What

    I thought it was clear I was referring to the attacker's weapon

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