The Castle Doctrine has nothing to do with where you can carry. It made changes to the use of force laws. Had the guy tried to unlawfully and with force remove the guy in the truck, the Castle Doctrine would apply.I brought up the castle doctrine because you don't need a CHL to have a gun in the truck.
I'm just curious to see how many people would flash the gun/set it on their lap to try and get him to think twice about what he's doing.
This happened a few years ago. From what I heard, his unit found out about this, and he received corrective action. I don't know what exactly, but knowing the Marines, it probably wasn't just a slap on the wrist.
This. When the window breaks I am in fear for my life. BOOM!
have my weapon ready in case he attempted busting out the window. until then he's just denting metal, I got insurance.