Man walks in with gun in his hand
I used to work at O'Reilly Auto Parts, One day a gentleman came in with his hand behind his back. He walked up to the counter, and placed a gun on the counter. :aargh4: Heres the twist, It was still in a holster. I thought I was getting robbed, so i stepped back and said, ok sir, i don't want any trouble just tell me what you want. He looked at me funny and then realized how what he was doing looked. He then profusely apologized and made every effort to make sure i knew he was not robbing me. I genuinely thought i was being robbed and I was scared, not so much of being shot, but that it could lead to that. Would I have been justified in drawing my handgun before he told me he was just in there for parts and couldn't get the holster on his belt before he got to the counter, or no. Also, if as a customer, i had walked in on something similar to this, would I have been justified in at least drawing my weapon, if not shooting. Just a little something thats been bugging me lately. Personally I think he should not have even been carrying a gun if he did not think that it would look like he was robbing me.