Do you have an attitude? - How to avoid conflict without violence
March 21, 2018

Do you have an attitude?

 

3 Stages

There are 3 steps to intimidating an aggressor.

  1. Warning (pull your gun and calmly tell them to back off)
  2. Put your full voice in the warning (yell at them to get down)
  3. Shoot

In my own personal experience, I’ve had far more perpetrators stop in their tracks at stages 1 and 2. I had scared some off so much that they had even forgotten that they had the gun. They were on the floor before they realized they could have shot me several times before I was able to react. Because I had intimidated them with the strength of my voice, they had reacted out of fear first.

Your Voice


If your outward confidence and demeanor does not keep trouble at bay, then use your voice. Your voice carries volumes (literally). Be firm and clear. I’ve backed more people up by the way I talk than any other method.

 

Back it Up

If your attitude and your voice do not stop the threat, do not be afraid to defend yourself. If your life is being threatened, sometimes simply letting the aggressor know you have a gun can solve the issue. However, do not pull it out unless you intend to use it and are willing to face the legal consequences thereof. Just keep in mind that if your attacker is crazy enough to keep going after you even if they aren’t armed, then they can and will shoot you with your own weapon

Additional Tips

Do you look like an easy target? If you’re not sure, ask yourself these questions:

Do you slouch?
Do you avoid eye contact?
Are you constantly looking down?
Do you speak in a mumble?

Avoiding conflict is the foundation of being able to defend yourself. One of the best ways to do that is your attitude.

Attitude

Be confident. Have a healthy self-esteem. If you lack confidence, then go get more. Learn more in whatever areas you feel the weakest. Strengthen those weaknesses until they become strong points.

What do you do to avoid conflict? Comment below to share it with us.

Arthur

Arthur has always had a serious passion for shooting and living off of the land. He started his career working with law enforcement and has been an army recon soldier for over a decade. Arthur has dedicated his life to saving others from hardships and war. Most of his free time is spent outdoors training. With the core belief that the only answer to surviving mass devastation is by being prepared & working together. His goal is to teach that concept to as many as possible.

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