Thread: A Car Jacking
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Old January 24, 2022, 02:11 PM   #22
TunnelRat
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Originally Posted by OldMarksman
Very well put indeed.

If I am outside the car or am told to get out, my default tactic would be to comply.

If they get into the car with me and do not tell me to get out, I will be thinking about trying to neutralize them when I can.
Another factor is who is/isn't with you. If your family is in the car while you are outside the car and the carjacker is willing to let them exit the vehicle, I would continue to comply. If the carjacker is not willing to let me remove my family then compliance isn't something I can consider.

I have done the carjacking scenario and a number of other scenarios in force on force, scenario based training events. To echo some comments above, beating a drawn weapon is extremely difficult. I know some people that are unwilling to consider compliance regardless of the scenario. I've seen firsthand in that training how that can go.
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