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Today was training day and I was the bad guy.
At my disposal was two simmunition G17s and a Remington 870 with five subcaliber devices for .38 Special FX ammo.
My playground was the Pat Thomas Shoot House. The scenario was a two man unit is dispatched to the location in an attempt to locate another officer that they lost contact with. They arrive and find him laid out. Other than that, the ball is in my court. Oh, they also had to retrieve their AR from the trunk.
It was also cold as hell. About 35Â°F in thr morning.
In the end, playing bad guy is still a good experience since you practice cover, concealment, reloading, and advancing on other through violence of attack since you pin them in an ambush.
When going through such training one doesnâ€™t forget it. Especially if heâ€™s the one who gets shot. I know because my son played the bad guy and shot my partner. He went on for years on how my son got the drop on him. He did it by climbing up on a closet shelf and shoot down. When doing building searches from then on he never ignored the high ground.