Had an interesting discussion this morning regarding care burglaries and armed response. Given the picture below, I had a husband and wife both argue that they would not draw their weapon. I disagreed completely, but I'm curious if anyone else here shares their opinion, and why. First, the picture offered for discussion And a few of their comments: Her:"as a responsible gun owner I wouldn't draw out on him unless I absolutely had no other choice" "aside from this guy breaking into a car he isn't a "threat" to "my" life by walking up on him according to this picture" "with my weapon on me.... but as far as drawing on them without reason that my friend is absurd" "they aren't all bad like I said you don't know thier situation.... but of course if you come with a gun pointed to thier face then yeah it could make the situation automatically turn for the worse." Him:"restraint is key. My rule which WILL differ from a lot of views is simple, If I draw I'm discharging simple as that." "It's clear both of his hands are visible therefore you have the advantage, ahh aggressive movements will requirea draw from me and like I said a discharge"