Where do you put the gun after a self-defense incident? Should you put the gun in a holster? Should you put the gun on a table? What about putting the gun in your vehicle after self-defense? What do you do with the gun after the incident? Where should your gun be when the police arrive? The Armed Attorneys Richard Hayes and Emily Taylor break down what you need to know about handling your firearm after a self-defense incident.
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