Kansas has a stand your ground law, copied within weeks of Florida passing theirs, (red states are fat with legislation copy cat activity these days). Ask about the law our state dick heads say it is different and would never have Florida's trouble, we inserted the word "reasonable" into our law. Well, jeeze, glad I live in a state of intellectuals who figured out how to thwart overreaction.
Now coming to light is an event two months ago. A young man was out walking his dog early in the day, a daily routine. He was approached by a man with a rifle who said he would kill him if he didn't lay down in the street, he held the gun on him, repeating many times he would kill him if he moved. The rifleman dialed 911. The dog walker lay still and said nothing, he was sure he would die becuase the rifleman was nervous aggressive and constantly fumbling with the phone and rifle. When the police arrived he informed them he was making a citizens arrest of a suspect in his recent house burglary. The police immediately sent the rifleman to his house and released the dog walker, they did not believe for a minute he was the burglar.
The dog walker signed a complaint of assault and threats of intent to kill him. Two months and the police can't figure out what to do with this. It appears the rifleman, any rifleman can approach people and threaten them with death, force them to lie down or come with them, or blow them I don't know, and the gunman not the person laying in a city street is the victim. We will see if the gunman is ever charged, but it appears the dog walker has no recourse against anyone anywhere who has a gun and decides to play cowboy, that sounds "reasonable".