Active Shooter And What To Do

Active Killer: Things You Didn't Think About

Here are some very sobering things to consider before you allow yourself to go into full on fantasy mode. I know where you are because I used to have this solid idea of what I thought I was gonna do should bullets start flying. Having been a cop and knowing what I know about going at armed people I can tell you that the reality of your plan may need some revising. When you decide to wade into the fight you might make a mistakes(s) that could cost you your life.


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Abner Miranda

Is a former Police Officer, an FBI trained Hostage Negotiator, a First Responder, and Spanish Interpreter. He is currently a Firearms Instructor, an Armorer, and a regular contributor to our industry of both written and digital media.

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  • Great video, thank you for taking the time to make it. Can you tell me what model Glock you used in this video and which holster?

    Josh Jun 04, 2019
  • Excellent video Abner, thanks!!!

    Steve Graham Jun 04, 2019
  • very good points made. As a teacher, I would love to train for an active shooter situation somewhere but have no idea where to look.

    Jeffrey Kepner Jun 04, 2019
  • Yes if this were to happen. You need to put your weapon away, get down on your knees with hands up . Cause when the police come onto the scene. They are trained to look at the hands or the individual that has the gun in hand or to scan the scene to eliminate the threat. Also if you come up on the scene of a officer that needs help or to protect them from the bad guy, you better not have a weapon in your hand when other units come on scene. Same thing. That could be a very dangerous situation. In closing always watch the hands cause thats what kills you if someone wants to do harm. Never take your guard down. When someone approaches you that you dont know always watch the hands. On the street I have asked people please take your hands out of your pockets or Jacket if you wanna talk or ask me for directions. Always always watch the hands. Period. Blessings.. and safety first. Always..

    Robert Tucker Jun 04, 2019

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