People in large part don't look at case law most of the time, (personal opinion), because the perspective is that it is a lot to look at. Indeed it is.
In order to understand how things work in this country, and in state governments you have to go beyond looking at written law to case law. Case law generally is the application of the written law as interpreted by the judiciary, which I think
Please provide case law supporting your assertion that some how handcuffing a person makes them "under arrest" and not merely "detained." You imply that the police need to have probable cause to place a person in handcuffs.
I submit the following:
Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968)
Landmark case specifically establishing "reasonable, articulable suspicion" as the standard for investigatory stops.
I am looking to buy one of these, pending i can find a place that sells them here in KY. I dont buy used so i am looking for a new weapon. I have carried the G26 (not GEN 4) previously and it has been a great carry piece. I have the G19 GEN 4 that i carry now and it is fantastic as well... Just really want to get a GEN 4 G26.