“How much leeway do we give a gun owner in the way he handles a gun under pressure?” MikeB302000 asks over at his blog, underneath this surveillance video of a Nashville convenience store robbery. Lots, obviously. Although point taken. After the initial attack, the store owner (in blue) was firing more or less indiscriminately. More more than less. In fact, if there had been someone else in the store who was not a BG, I reckon they would have caught in the non-proverbial cross-fire. Equally, his shooting technique looked more like suppressing fire than effective self-defense. The weird thing: very few people realize they can shoot through objects that obscure their vision. A realization that cuts both ways, I suppose.