In this video, I’ll show you how difficult it can be to deploy a weapon in action/under pressure. An officer gets chased by a knife wielded attacker (see background story) as he tries to deploy his weapon.
This video is about buying time and get your weapon in action; from semi-deployed to fully deployed.
The ability to buy time to get your firearm out, get one round in the chamber and disengage the safety-pal can be a matter of life and death.
» Running while adjusting your route/direction
» Running and making photo’s (visuals chaser/attacker)
» Adjusting your firearm belt while running
» Chamber rounds while running
» Disengage the safety-pal while running
» Running + fast rotation and handling your weapon without falling and then aim + shoot.
» Running while you know danger is right behind you (Bear Syndrome).
A small addition to this subject – When you need to deploy your weapon but:
» It’s closed concealed.
» You do not carry it and you need to get it.
Three employees of the Traffic Police Department in Russia (Ingushetia) were injured when an unknown person attacked a post. First, the man ran into the post, then got out of the car and attacked the police with a knife. An employee suffered from a leg injury, two knife injuries.
This is for educational purpose only. We do NOT GLORIFY VIOLENCE in any way! When you have more background information, or you notice mistakes in our description/video, please give us your feedback.