Imagine the following: you’re coming out of a grocery store pushing your cart into the parking lot when, two rows down from you, an active shooter suddenly draws a gun. You hear screams of shock, and the deep boom of his shotgun rings out. You must have a quick response in this situation to avoid putting yourself at risk, so Rob Pincus shows the proper technique for finding cover behind a nearby vehicle when escape is not an option. From this position, you will be able to either see the active shooter coming so you can get a clean shot off, or safely wait him out until the police arrive and he surrenders.
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