After shooting perp - Correct procedure?
Hello my fellow DC.com guys/gals,
I am new here and this my first thread post. The gf and I live in Texas and decided to start proceeding with our CHL course (hopefully by the end of the month), and learning about guns (different types, safety, ammo, etc.).
What brings me to start this thread today was to ask: What is the proper procedure after drawing your gun and firing to stop the threat/s that caused you to draw? I read the other thread below about a scenario, but didn't want to go off topic of the OP's topic/scenario.
I do understand that I will be taught these and other procedures/laws in the CHL course, but just kinda curious. I've always found different answers as there seems to be an influx of misinformation as well as correct information (but I cannot tell what is right/wrong). Any input would be great!
The reason I brought this up was we are weighing out the pros/cons of owning a firearm. I've personally decided it was the right thing for me to do, but worried of the legal matters it may carry with it.