asked: "Is there any case where you should forcibly disarm the assailant? I've trained at disarming an assailant with a gun for years (with law enforcement, correction's officers, military guys and traditional martial artists) and even with all this training, it is very, very difficult to successfully get a gun away without getting shot.In the grand scheme of things, you losing your wallet is probably a better outcome than shooting a guy, even if you're justified.I've tried this with water pistols (loaded with vegetable dye), paint guns and a vest and even one of those suction cup dart guns and I'd say 9 times out of 10, you get shot.So difficult that anyone claiming to teach you how (if you're not wearing a vest and don't have backup) should be treated with mounds of skepticism. To get to any kind of safe position, you have to get past the gun so that you can trap his arm and prevent him from pulling back and shooting you.
If the assailant is standing in front of you at more than your combined arms' length (far enough that you can't reach his gun) it's almost impossible to "get in" without him getting off a shot. That's a long distance to travel (and don't even think about "knocking" the gun out of his hand, chances are you'll just make it go off).
Walking in calmly while talking him down may get you closer, and maybe he really isn't intent on committing this crime (this is where looking in the eyes and staying calm is important) but if he knows what he's doing and isn't strung out, he'll raise his voice and his gun and tell you to stop. Even if you do get in, if there's anyone else in the room, they're not in a safe zone.
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