And i will copy again
A passenger's prior knowledge of the glass has nothing to do with it. However when they saw the glass was struck only once and it didn't do anything, they wouldn't be in any danger and would have no reason to shoot to kill as a response to it"
And nobody would have reason to have a gun drawn before then. And if they did, no way someone whacks their windshield
So the driver would have to pull his gun AFTER the one strike, in which case he would never have cause to use it legally
And until he is in IMMINENT harm, he can't use deadly force anyway
ENOUGH troll, just enough
the reasonable man has no knowledge of the tensile strength of the windscreen.
He does not see toughened glass, he sees only glass.
in the same way that the reasonable man does not see an unloaded weapon pointed at him...only a weapon...he can have no knowledge of the number of blows it may take to break the windscreen and use the weapon on him, the very next blow may be the one prior to the infliction of serious physical harm. He has no prior knowledge of circumstance, he is the reasonable man.
You are incorrect YET AGAIN.