A proposed nationwide Settlement has been preliminarily approved in a class action lawsuit involving certain Remington firearms and replacement of certain trigger mechanisms. This is a settlement and not a recall.
As hard as it may seem, just because you carry a gun for your self defense does not mean that you should get involved in other people's fights, including gun fights.
Here the CCW person sees a man shoot a woman and then leave the store to go to his car. The shooter was not threatening anyone else. The CCW holder goes to the car and, with his gun out and pointed, confronts the shooter. The shooter shoots and kills the CCW person.
Who lost? The CCW person and his entire family.
Why engage? The shooter was leaving. Call 911 from a place where you can do so safely. Render aid to the woman. But do not get involved in a potential shootout where you or a family member is not involved. You gun does not give you some magical power to make people obey your command to stop. People run from the police everyday.
During TDI's Handgun 3 class we discuss this very type of event (and of course now this news story will be added to the discussion). As difficult as it is to hear, you have no obligation to get involved in someone else's violence. Your first obligation is to go home to your family. Call 911, render aid to the victim, and go home to your family--perfect. ...