'Armed Response' Will Make You Tougher

...because you'd just ended up shooting yourself in the thigh. Taken from accounts of real law enforcement run-ins, Armed Response takes Internet denizens on a ride that would, in real life, leave them dead or at the very least with some pretty intense PTSD. Now you can get your recommended daily allowance of PTSD without that pesky risk of death. All while living out your Miami Vice fantasies. Enjoy, and don't forget to check your six.

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