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    I started my CCDW class yesterday. Very interesting content even though I didn't agree with everything. We just touched on one of the laws and there were questions and scenarios regarding being held up for your wallet. Interesting and somewhat shockingly, I heard I should give up my wallet. I have some issue with this. Especially with
    464. Same - Use of force in self-protection
    More specifically, (2).

    I think it's bogus. There is no way I can know if I can avoid using deadly force with complete safety bysurrendering possession of a thing (my wallet).

    This is justdoesn't make sense. Maybe I'm mis-interpreting. Thoughts?

    By the way, how do you do the Ss thing in front of the code 464?

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    I google for it and copy/paste it.

    §§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§

    But you're not misreading it. You must believe that you'll be completely safe in retreating or handing over your property. So, if you fear for your life, use appropriate measures to repel the attacker.

    Also, note that the sections are split for non-deadly and deadly force in that statute.

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    Wynder wrote:
    You must believe that you'll be completely safe in retreating or handing over your property. So, if you fear for your life, use appropriate measures to repel the attacker.



    You are correct on this, but one must know that there are a lot more appropriate measuresthen just pull your weapon. And thats where §464 comes into play

    "One Shot" Where in Dover are you taking your class? Shooter's Choice?

    Thanks for §§§§§§:celebrate I was trying to get that the other dayand couldn't


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    DSF Training wrote:
    You are correct on this, but one must know that there are a lot more appropriate measuresthen just pull your weapon. And thats where §464 comes into play
    That's why I had that last sentence in there.

    Also, note that the sections are split for non-deadly and deadly force in that statute.

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    For the § thing, as you're typing (say, in Arial or Vandana), hold downthe Alt key and type 0167 using the keypad (w/ num lock on). It's special character codes at its best.




    As for needing to hand over your property or possession, it'sstupid to believe that you won't be harmed AFTER you comply.The law just helps the bad guys get what they want without resistance.
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    dave_in_delaware wrote:
    For the § thing, as you're typing (say, in Arial or Vandana), hold downthe Alt key and type 0167 using the keypad (w/ num lock on). It's special character codes at its best.




    It is a complicated movement. to get it to work on my lap top with the num lock on, I had to hold the Fn and Alt key down while I typed it (keypad numbers). Also works in word.

    an Alternativemethod for Word: type xa7 then press (alt+x) = §

    ps. don't type a space after the xa7

    Thanks Dave

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    ijusam wrote:
    It is a complicated movement. to get it to work on my lap top with the num lock on, I had to hold the Fn and Alt key down while I typed it (keypad numbers). Also works in word.

    an Alternativemethod for Word: type xa7 then press (alt+x) = §

    ps. don't type a space after the xa7

    Thanks Dave
    No problem... but wow. That does sound difficult on a laptop.

    I won't get into other codes, like ¢ or © or ± ... It might land you in the hospital! :shock:
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    Aftera gun battle, its best if only one story is told. Your story after retaining council.

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    Yes, Shooters Choice. Good class. I'm learned a lot of information.

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