31 Shoot or Don't Shoot Scenarios

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Dear Concealed Carry Enthusiast,

On December 29, 2019, a mad man walks into a church in Fort Worth, Texas with a shotgun. A concealed carry holder in the congregation sees him and knows he has to pull his weapon and shoot…

As he slowly goes for his weapon, the man with the shotgun sees him and shoots him in the chest. He was pronounced dead shortly thereafter.

As tragic as this was. The concealed carry holder didn’t exhibit any signs of knowing defensive shooting skills…and it cost him his life.

I hear stories all the time of concealed carry holders being violently attacked and they fumble around with their weapon, can’t get the safety off, drop the magazine out of the firearm..the gun malfunctions and they don’t know what to do…

…and instead of being the victor, they become the victim. 

The main reason this happens: They have never played out these shoot or don’t shoot scenarios in their mind.

In fact, for most concealed carry permit holders, the first time they make these critical life or death decisions is when they are in the middle of a violent attack.

And more often than not, they make the wrong decision (or can’t make a decision at all) so the bad guy gets the upper hand and things go horribly wrong.

That’s why I created this course. So you can program your brain to make good decisions before something bad happens…when you need to think and act quickly to save your life or the life of a loved one.

 

Introducing: 31 Shoot or Don’t Shoot Scenarios

I’ll take you through 31 shoot or don’t scenarios step-by-step so you can see exactly what to do, or not do, to stay safe or completely avoid the situation.

Let’s be honest, most people don’t think like criminals. That’s why it’s much easier to program your mind for these situations after you actually see some of them played out right before your eyes.

That’s why one of the strengths of this course is the video portion. You can see specific instances of how criminals act and how normal people react during a violent attack. Combined with my analysis and questions, you’ll get up to speed quickly on how to prepare and train your mind for a violent encounter before it ever happens.   

Here’s some of what you’ll discover:

  • Three foundational questions you must ask as you watch these scenarios

  • The 5 questions you must ask before a violent attack occurs.

  • In-depth analysis and how Florida law applies.

  • Transcribing - What it is and why you don’t want to do it.

  • Pre-incident indicators

  • Taking the temperature of the room before you open the door.

  • Situational Awareness - how to cultivate it so you are prepared.

  • A commonplace item you can use to appear as a “hard target” and deter someone from attacking you.

  • The majority of violent attacks occur with… (it’s not what you think)

  • Mistakes that you can easily make and end up with it being used against you.

  • Trust and verify - why you must know it and use it.

  • The game of “verbal Jujitsu” and how it helps keep you safe.

  • Things you can say to deter a violent act from even occurring.

  • When NOT to pull your gun.

  • The hard part of carrying a gun.

  • What people do right and what people do wrong.

  • Understanding the bystander effect and what it means to you.

  • Florida’s Home Invasion Trend

  • You’re sitting in your car waiting for someone shopping. You see a violent attack happening…What do you do?

  • “Closing the Gap” What it means and how to avoid it.

  • Lethal and non-lethal action.

  • How many people have been killed from a punch or kick - And why it matters

Here are a few of the scenarios we will cover:

  • Parking Lot Garage Robbery

  • Car Drove by Twice

  • Kidnapping at a McDonalds

  • Jail Break Shooting

  • Epic Fist Fight

  • Killing your dog

  • Untrained Concealed Carry Holder

  • Gas Station Robbery

  • Stabbing Your Kids

  • Stabbing and Robbery

  • Attempted Murder

  • Kidnapping at a Gas Station

  • Killed Playing Basketball

  • Car Jacking While Parked

  • She Threw Her Kid out the Window

  • Home Invasions