No, You Do Not Drag Them Back Into the House After You’ve Shot Them

Today we discuss one of the biggest myths about self defense laws. Should you drag a person back into your home after you’ve shot them but before you call 911? Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, discusses that exact situation and poders why so many actually ask that questiion at our various self defense classes. The simple answer to this question is NO, you do not do that. Today we will explain why so that you can arm yourself with education today.
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If you have any questions about this topic, or anything else related to what’s left of our Second Amendment Rights, remember you can always contact us at:

www.washingtongunlaw.com or call us directly at 425-765-0487.

Stay safe.
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