My wife and I have talked extensively about S/D and what would happen should someone come from behind and grab her and I wasn't by her side. Perhaps at a grocery store and I am pushing the cart back and she is standing by the car. Now, she has her .38 Smith Airweight and can't reach inside her purse to get it. She is only 5'3" and a lightweight. If I had my .45 out and aimed, what do you say to the BG in order for your wife to understand what you want her to do? Our "code words" are: Please, do NOT hurt my wife or family. That is her way of knowing that I want her to just fold and drop to the ground. She weighs (don't say I said this) about 130lbs. Now even a big BG will have trouble holding her if she folds and he is not expecting that. 130lbs. of dead weight is a lot of weight if he has 1 arm around her neck or head and trying to hold her. Hopefully that will give me time to get my shot or shots off. Understand this is hypothetical, however do any of you have an sign or signal you give your other half should a situation arise or have you even talked about it. We live in a sanctuary city and Ole Lame Brain Obama is now talking about bringing 250K refugees into the states and I am sure that we will get some here. You can't prepare for all scenarios however we try to prepare as much as possible. I am too old to try to manhandle some young punk or bad guy and I never travel without my .45. Would you mind sharing your thoughts?