This may be a tough situation for you to consider…
But it’s important for you to have a plan now so you know how to react if your home is ever invaded and your family’s life is on the line.
You see, home invaders thrive on power and intimidation.
So let me ask you…
What would you do if an attacker was holding a loved one hostage?
Here’s a technique that was developed for a home invasion survival program that could save their life…
One of the most horrific scenarios you may find yourself in when home invaders break into your home is that they could take a family member as a hostage.
They know that if they put a knife to the throat of your child or spouse, you’ll do pretty much anything they tell you to.
You’ll lay down your weapon… you’ll back away… you’ll even handcuff yourself to a railing if they tell you to! Why?
Because the alternative is that they’ll kill someone you love right before your eyes, right?
Besides, what if you’re armed and “take the shot” but miss and kill your family member instead?
Look, you have to make the judgement call yourself.
But personally, If I’m armed, I’m not going to place my trust in some thug with no decency or respect for human life.
Here’s a tactic that could help you save your loved one’s life if they have a weapon on them and you’re armed…
First, understand that the home invader’s brain is focused on your actions, not on killing your family member.
Most likely, he’s concentrating on yelling at you to put your gun down.
This is where you ask him, “Ok, where do you want me to put it?”
Here’s why this is important… When you ask him a question, his brain “disconnects” from harming your loved one to answering your question.
This is called a “break state” and it’s added insurance there won’t be an accidental discharge when you employ this next move…
As he’s answering you, he may motion with his gun or knife away from his hostage and in the direction he wants you to throw your weapon.
At this point – while he’s talking – shoot about a foot over his head and to the side away from your family member.
The shock of the gunfire will create a split second moment for you to immediately rush forward (you can be anywhere within about 20 feet and pull this off at light-speed).
At point blank range, shove your gun right into the attacker’s body (or head) and pull the trigger.
If you can move his weapon away at the same time, great – but you’re not looking to get into a wrestling match.
What you’re going for is a point-blank kill-shot.
Is it risky? Heck yeah!
But home invasions are the most violent and unpredictable of all crimes.
You can’t wait for the perfect moment to make your move. It may never come.
That’s why you need every single trick you can get your hands on so that you can create your own opportunity to stop the threat.