Reported road rage. The victim of the road rage cut someone off on the highway. That person followed him until he stopped, then punched him in the face repeatedly. The victim apparently tried to draw his legally-concealed weapon, but shot himself in the leg by accident. Need more details, but several things crossed my mind upon reading this. First, road rage. Looks like the guy who got hit was maybe a bad driver, but he didn't deserve to be beaten up. Looks like the guy who did it got arrested, so good for that. Second, victim drawing his firearm. Was he justified in doing so? Clearly he was under attack, that much seems clear. I do not know what his ability to defend himself by means other than deadly for where, or if he would have been reasonably in fear of his life; need more data. But I note as I have before that once a gun clears the holster, any confrontation is now a deadly force incident. The chances are that if it progresses, someone is going to get shot. Third, victim shoots himself in the leg. Sounds like a lack of training to me. Properly functioning guns do not go off by themselves. It was either carried incorrectly or it was drawn incorrectly. Both would indicate poor choices on the part of the victim prior to making the decision to draw the weapon. Comments? Man Accidentally Shoots Himself in Road Rage Fight Outside Victorville Best Buy - Victor Valley News | VVNG.com Man Accidentally Shoots Himself in the Leg During Road Rage Incident in Victorville: Officials "Givens got out of his car and “confronted Chow about his driving,” officials said, and then began repeatedly punching Chow in the face. Chow has a valid permit to carry a concealed weapon, and told investigators he pulled his handgun from his waistband because he feared for his safety and that of his wife. Chow’s gun accidentally went off while he was retrieving it and resulted in him shooting himself in the leg, sheriff’s officials said."