I was told the story of this incident. How should it have been handled? A guy is hauling some cedar wood in a trailer he intends to use for woodworking. He stops for gas. He is pumping the gas, with the door to his vehicle open. He has a Glock under his seat, and it is within reach. Two unsavory men approach. They ask him what he is hauling. He says cedar wood. They ask him what he is going to do with it. He tells them woodworking. They ask if they can have it. He says no, he is going to use it for woodworking. One of them then asks, what if we just take it? What should the guy's next move be? Let's here opinions, and then I will reveal how he handled it. For purposes of this discussion, he has a concealed carry permit and is in a state where he can legally transport a loaded firearm, and has a stand your ground law in place.