The Final Countdown

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Dallers
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The Final Countdown

Your in a situation with a suspect holding a hostage and a desert eagle to the head! the suspect is wearing a Flak Jacket and a Kevlar Helmet.

You have a 9mm Handgun with a Full Metal Jacket Bullet and a steady aim!

Do You:

A ::Take a Shot at the suspect Gun to suppress him!

B ::Shoot the suspect in the leg then as he drops two in the chest!

C ::Go for the head shot and drop him like a fly

D ::Negotiate the situation and when he is distracted shoot him in the private parts!

If a million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing. Anatole France [Jacques Anatole Thibault] (1844-1924)

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neither. While he has his arm raised, i shoot up thru the armpit area, rupturing several arteries and vital organs

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That actually sounds like a good idea Wiz Smile

For me, I guess it would depend on the situation wha tI would do, if he was not going to kill the hostage out right.

Probably try and buy time for a sniper to take him down. Sever the brains connection with the body so he can't pull the trigger.

Other wise, I would probably try to do the same if he was a threat. Although assuming I was in the SAS rather then a SWAT team, I know exactly what would happen. I have a keybind in SWAT4 for it since it lacks a V-Command:

Threat Neutralized -- Gegner am Boden !

The german version is more 'accurate' with the results Wink

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Is the target supposed to be killed?
I would prefer "disabling"/neutralising him.
Easiest done by shooting the limbs, another possibility would be the pelvic area.
This would bear a serious life danger to him though.

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Make a fast step to the side in order to get into a better position for a "safe" shot to the mass or head...

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Track'em, find'em, kill'em!"

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Kevlar Helmut or Not, I believe if hes looking me in the eyes, and I am close enough that is the shot I would take.... Dirol

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i'd give the standby sniper the green light, while distracting the suspect.

You can close your eyes for things you don't want to see, but you can't close your heart for things you don't want to feel

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id take the triple tap to the head... drop 'em quick and easy

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Actually, there is a standard military answer to this, if no sniper can take the shot, if you consider the threat to the hostage imminent, and if you have a reasonable firing distance related to your weapon.

The challenge with this situation is that spasms in the enemy's body, or shock from your projectile, could trigger his Desert Eagle to fire and cause harm to the hostage, if you misplace your shot.

Therefore, you have to take a single "T-shot", i.e. shoot him in the "T" formed by his eyebrows and his nose. A T-shot will instantly kill him and paralyze him, with the latter as the most important in this situation.

This is part of shooting range drills for many military units: You place two targets almost aligned, with the first posing the hostage, and the second posing the hostage taker. What you see, is the hostake taker's head behind the hostage.

In 10-20 yards, you should be able to do the right shot every time with the "point and shoot"-method -- without steady aim -- at least with an MP5 or similar.

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Just to add to that's i thinks its most trained is security forces in Iraq in case there is a terrorist with a IED... so u use the T-shoot to paralize him so he can't push the buttom but if its a timed one then start running...

YOU SEE ME NOW YOUR DEAD

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Dallers
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A simply shot brings fascinating responses Wink the T shot sounds like the finale to this answer!

If a million people say a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing. Anatole France [Jacques Anatole Thibault] (1844-1924)

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id have to agree with the T shot... but put a triple tap incase of bad aim and you got it perfect:P

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Actually I find it quite interesting Ambu Smile
Thanks to Rouge and Ambu both, I've always wondered where the perfect aim point was for a head shot but lack the sci-medical knowledge to know better.

I now know it is between my usually aim points (mid-chin and forehead) for a head shot.

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i would shot him in he head and drop him like a fly hehe

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LOL