Run Hide Fight! Survive an Active Shooter

Run Hide Fight! Survive an Active Shooter

In times of extreme crisis and chaos, only the prepared will survive. We’ve compiled an 11-part series filled with tips and invaluable information that could save your life.

Watch the first clip below, and don’t forget to share with your loved ones.

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4 comments on “Run Hide Fight! Survive an Active Shooter

  1. I am in Texas. I just watched a run hide fight video. At the end of the video Kirk Evans drove in the point that we must learn to run, hide, fight.

    As a reminder, he mentioned Sandy Hook, Orlando, Columbine, Virginia
    Tech and others. What do all of these things have in common?
    They are GUN FREE ZONES!!!!

    A gun free zone has NEVER!!! saved a single life. In fact they have been the direct cause of thousands of deaths, many of them small children.

    Perhaps we could start a movement here in Texas at the least to remove gun free zones. Businesses that have posted 30.06 and 30.07 signs should by law forced to remove them. If not they should be held financially and perhaps criminally liable for any one injured in their establishment that is injured or killed in a self defense situation in their establishment. If I am not mistaken, there as some states that have passed legal liability laws.

  2. Good idea program for LTC holders but as well for everyday citizens. Would be interested in more info or a program to attend. Texas Law Shield member.

  3. If I shoot Invaders breaking in my home or my Church do they have to be armed for me to shoot and defend my home and family and defend other church members from physical harm !

    • Hi Danny. Thanks for your question! Please see the below response from one of our Independent Program Attorneys here in Texas.

      “A person who unlawfully and forcefully enters your home does not have to armed in order for you to be given the legal presumption that you had a reasonable belief that deadly force was immediately necessary, under the “castle doctrine” portion of Texas Penal Code Section 9.32. The church scenario is a little different because a church may not qualify for protection under the “castle doctrine”. The castle doctrine applies only to occupied habitations, occupied vehicles, and occupied place of business or employment. You would have to argue that a church is a business or place of employment. If the castle doctrine does not apply, then you have to show that you had a reasonable belief that the invader unlawfully entered the church with the intent to commit a murder, sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault, robbery, aggravated robbery, or aggravated kidnapping, in order to get the legal presumption that your use of deadly force was reasonable and therefore justified. This reasonable belief that the invader intended on committing one of these crimes would be self-evident if he was armed with a weapon. If he did not possess a weapon you would have to rely on other circumstances, such as his actions after he entered and what he said, if anything, in order to show that you had a reasonable belief that he intended to commit one of these crimes.”

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