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People can practice fending off potential aggressors at shooting ranges or in self-defense classes. However, when intruders enter someone's home, they're not always as prepared to remember acquired fighting skills.

Predators know that when they catch someone off guard, the possibilities are endless.

A mobile training company, E3 CORE Solutions, goes to clients' homes for real-life practice, teaching participants how to use a pistol and how to best remain in complete control in dangerous situations.

E3 teaches homeowners to say things like "I have a gun! You're in my house!" and "Police are on the way!"

The company says they specifically want to reach out to women, because they've heard too many horror stories about disturbing situations like rapes.

Trainers put participants through several scenarios and try to catch them off guard.

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