In this demonstration, Rob Pincus provides all the steps that you should follow after you’ve encountered a threat in your home. Once you’re aware of the hostile intrusion, making sure that you and your family are safe is, naturally, the first priority. You’ll learn how to diagnose the situation, move around in your home, give the correct orders to your family and the police and then take out your target. These may seem obvious, but it can be difficult to keep your nerve and do the correct things when there is a stranger endangering your safety, so if you follow these tips, you’ll know what to do if you ever encounter a threat in your home.
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