In Hulbert, Oklahoma the self-defense statues in the state of Oklahoma include “stand your ground” language, permitting potential victims to meet force with force. But the law doesn’t view a life and personal property through the same lens.
Chris Bond and Anthony Margarit, of Trigger Happy Tactics in Tahlequah, understand the distinction, and they shared their knowledge with the Cherokee County Republican Women.
Read more at tahlequahdailypress.com.
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by Personal Defense World / Oct 18, 2013