From the case of Gibson v Commonwealth 1931 comes the quote, "It is the tradition that a Kentuckian never runs....He does not have to"....
It then goes on to say that he is perfectly entitled to stand his ground, and meet force with force, in self-defence.
The recent bill passed into law here in the Commonwealth seems to formalise that which has long been understood in Kentucky.
It seems to me , from the foregoing, that ones location is of no importance. A prudent man might try to retreat initially, since the best fights are undoubtedly those that are avoided. However if further retreat is impossible, then blaze away-you're a daisy if you do! Please be aware, however, that IANAL. Hope this helps.Check out the kc3 website for good info on this topic. BTW, welcome to OCDO, Sir!