St. Clair firearms instructor Paul Monk explains Run, Hide or Fight (Joe's Outdoor Office)
Gun Safety: Run, Hide or Fight St. Clair firearms instructor gives advice ASHVILLE, Alabama -- In an active shooter situation, should you run, hide or fight?
St. Clair County Sheriff's Office firearms instructor Paul Monk gives some common sense advice on what to do if someone starts shooting. (Joe Songerfirstname.lastname@example.org).
St. Clair County Sheriff's Office firearms instructor Paul Monk gives some common sense advice on what to do if someone starts shooting.
explained that every situation is different from the location of the situation to how far you are from the shooter to being armed or not.
added that a little common sense and quick decision making could save your life.
Watch the video and learn how to survive an active shooter situation
I met with Monk
, Greg Walker and Mike Doss at the St. Clair County
Sheriff's Training Facility just south of Ashville and talked about gun safety, carrying a firearm and active shooter situations.