Okay, I don't understand the gun laws in America. I also don't agree with them. But they are there, so be it.
Now can someone please explain to me when it is legal to actually use your gun in the USA? I suppose different states have different laws (which I suspect can get a bit confusing).
For example, is it legal to shoot someone who illegally enters your property? What happens if you kill them?
But what about in public? If say, someone noticed this Jared fellow in Arizona drawing out his weapon, and shot and killed him. before he used the gun. Is that legal? Even if you have no idea that he was actually going to shoot anyone?
I mean if you can legally carry these types of weapons and then you pull it out (say absentmindedly) in a public place, is that legal? And if it causes someone around you to act and pull their gun out and point it at you, is that legal?
I understand you can legally carry a weapon, but when is it legal to actually use it?