Hand over your phone and your wallet! No funny business I'm not afraid to use this.
Are you sure this is the road you want to go down, Friend?
I'd get on my knees, and proceed to blow him. I'd get carried away and start stroking myself too.
Right at the point of our climaxes, I'd pull out my my Taurus brand Judge and pump a .45 long colt round into his chest, and go on with my day.
> Finally the world will see the the true powers of a self defense move that took me 3 months to master and will use probably never after this
>is this legal?
No, of course not. At that point you are in no sense defending yourself. You are essentially just taking revenge on the person who robbed you by murdering them. Does that sound like something that would or should be legal?
If they are not a threat you do not shoot, you could try and get around this by going to their body after you shoot them in the back and pop a couple rounds off from their gun and say he was shooting at you while running away and you just returned fire.
>pull the brim of my fedora down low
>*laughing under breath* "heh... you don't know who yuor dealing with..."
>In a flash, swipe at him with my katana, slicing his hand off
>Do a flip and teleport behind him
>"And now... TAKE THIS!"
>Sink my blade into his back, pull it out and sheath it with a spin
nothin personell kid
In Texas it's legal.
Texas law allows a person to use force in the protection of property.
Deadly force may also be used to prevent a person from fleeing with property immediately after the commission of a burglary, robbery, aggravated robbery, or theft during the nighttime if the actor believes that the property cannot be recovered by any other means or the use of force other than deadly force would expose the person to a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury.
Texas also allows a person to use force and deadly force to protect the personal property of a third party. The use of force is permissible if the person believes that the force or deadly force is necessary to prevent the commission of theft or criminal mischief
Thank you Texas
I don't think so, you hand over the gun or we both go up.
I lost my job, my home, my girl, and I've been diagnosed with testicular cancer, and right now taking out a piece of shit from this world is the only thing that would make me cheer up.
By the way I really want to use this.
>Texas also allows a person to use force and deadly force to protect the personal property of a third party. The use of force is permissible if the person believes that the force or deadly force is necessary to prevent the commission of theft or criminal mischief
>Kids TP neighbors house
Speaking of Texas
Anyone remember what happened to that guy who shot the dindu youths who was running away from a burglary of his neighbor's house?
I remember it stirred up a bit of shit
I don't have enough money in my wallet. heck, I have 2 wallets because I need to keep my hospital ID handy. I'd give him my ID wallet and phone.
Least likely way to have to deal with loss of life or paperwork for shooting someone.
Is this the first time you've ever pointed a gun at a person? Your hands are shaking.
This right here
I'd tell him he had rookie eyes
>On January 18th, the orginal boom headshot video will be 10 years old.
God, that entire page is comedy gold.
> dispatcher tells dude not to go outside with a gun because he'll get shot
> he says "Wanna bet?"
> nigs nog and get BTFO'd by bikers revving their engines and yelling "GET A JOB!"
> Dude still gets off scot fucking free
God damn, I love this fucking state.
>"Move and you're dead."
>two quick blasts, followed by a third
>"I didn't have a choice, they were in the yard with me."
It is, excluding fleeing felon states. Good luck with that though. The armed robber no longer posed a threat after leaving so you're defense would be tarnished.
>criminal justice major
You haven't even taken the safety off, rookie.