I have a few questions that I've been wondering the answer to. 1) Let's say you're carrying a firearm out on the streets and get jumped. The mugger demands your wallet and already has his gun out and pointed at you. Say you give the mugger and he's on his way, is there a problem if your CHL was in the wallet he took. Technically are you breaking the law by now being in possession of a loaded firearm without your physical license on you? Or are there safeguards against such an event? 2) This question is one of the dreaded grey areas that relates to use of deadly force. Generally speaking, if the aggressor has a deadly weapon of his own out, the use of deadly force in this case on the aggressor would likely be justified. If the aggressor is clearly unarmed (not sure how you can ever know, but for the purposes of this post), then it becomes a sketchy disparity of force issue. What happens if you're approached by someone who is clearly intending to do you harm and doesn't have any weapons visible, but has both his hands in his pockets? Do you draw your weapon if he charges you? Is it legal to fire on said person if you draw and he keeps coming? Let's assume that it would not be a legal shoot if he was clearly unarmed (smaller stature or w/e) I've started carrying pepper spray for these types of "grey area" encounters where a less than lethal option may be good, but the legality here is something that I'm a bit unsure about.