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Yeah. Good samaritan laws. Vary by state. Don't kill people.


I wasn’t planning on it lol I was having a conversation with a friend about this stuff and google wasn’t helping me find anything.


Not really. You may not be charged with a crime depending on the location, but you can be sued for damages.


I don’t know but if your aim is bad enough where you can kill someone else then you shouldn’t be carrying a gun on you to begin with


People don’t have aim bots in real life, no matter how skilled you are with a gun you can still miss. I think people should get training before owning a gun but with current material conditions that doesn’t happen. This is also a hypothetical situation, I just wanted to know if there’s a law in place for this stuff.


Go to a shooting range and practice your aim before you consider being a hero is what my hypothetical solution would be