I have a hypothetical scenario that I would like to run by y'all. You are out by yourself on the Silver Comet trail (no witnesses) you feel that a person is a threat in some way. Lets say a man asking for money while his hand is in his pocket (possible knife, gun?), or maybe he's coming out of the woods and following you, or it's an outright confrontation. Regardless whether he is passively aggressive, or very aggressive, you feel that he is a threat to you in some way. If you draw your weapon, point it at him, and back away or otherwise leave the scene with your gun pointed at him (maybe telling him not to move at the same time), should you report the incident to police? Are you asking for trouble (i.e. tresspassing, or worse) if you do? Maybe the guy was a little weird, but otherwise harmless. Are you justified in pointing your weapon at him? If he calls the cops on you, and you haven't reported it, are you in trouble? I've always heard that if you pull the gun, be prepared to use it, and that means to kill. But if you pull the gun to hopefully defuse the situation and that works, could it come back and bite you? I realize this is very broadly worded and every situation is a little different, but I thought I'd throw it out there for a discussion.