Kelly Muir and Rob Pincus examine some specific considerations for responding to an active shooter or other bad guy in a crowded environment. Hitting innocent bystander(s) in addition to — or worse, instead of — the bad guy will only compound an already tragic situation. And many variables exist in a crowd that can affect what happens to the shots you fire. Taking the shot you need to take and believe you can make is important in any situation, but especially in a crowd.
SEE OTHER VIDEOS IN OUR ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE WITH A HANDGUN MODULE:
Part 1. Active Shooter Is Present: Use A Vehicle As Rest
Part 2. Shooting In A Crowd: Responding To An Active Shooter
Part 3. Shooting From The Ground
Part 4. Presentation And Shooting From A Seated Position
Part 5. Presenting and Shooting From A Chair in 360 Degrees