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Into the Fray Episode 313: St. Louis homeowners charged with a crime

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Into the Fray Episode 306: Stop the threat!

In this video you see a knife-weilding attacker charging at a police officer and getting shot six times for his efforts. The attacker went down, only to get back up and charge the officer again. This time, the officer, for whatever reason, chose not to shoot and the attacker was able to get on top of the cop and apply a rear naked choke and put the knife to the cop's neck. What we didn't show was the other officer taking a hostage shot to stop the threat and end the danger. The truth of the matter is the no handgun round has the power to give you that lightning-bolt effect you see in Hollywood movies. Remember, you may use deadly force to stop an imminent deadly threat. If you use force and the threat stops you must stop using force, but if the threat returns you may once again use force to stop the threat. You don't know what damage your rounds will do to an attacker. Keep shooting until the threat stops. Then move to a position of tactical advantage and, if the threat returns, shoot again until it stops. You can see from this video what that is important.

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