This is an important time you need to plan for. Just because the attacker is down doesn’t mean the critical incident is over, so don’t let your guard down. Keep your firearm at the ready and your eyes on the threat, continue trying to contact law enforcement, and exit the house with your entire family if possible. In this video, learn a few tips for creating a home defense plan for dealing with the immediate aftermath of an event.
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