One Shot to Survive

Tom Patire column
One of the key EP defenses to learn is the ability to disarm an assailant who has a firearm locked and loaded on your client. Many systems preach different tactics for disarming a person with a gun, but most of those disarms were not made to disarm a gun that’s being held at a third party. When a weapon is pointed at or on another person and you have to intervene to disarm that weapon, many different factors come into play, such as getting to the weapon with precise movement, redirecting it out of the way, or getting your client out of the direct line of fire as you disarm

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