How to Force an Inward Swinging Metal Door with a Power Saw, by 2 Alarm Training

Need to force a metal door? Just attack the hinges with a power saw. Simple, right?

But what if there aren’t any hinges to cut? What if the door opens inward, or away from you?

The answer, according to 2 Alarm Training, is to attack the locks instead. The door that they use in this video has a knob-and-deadbolt combination, so their instructors cut off the knob first in order to get at the locks. Forcing this door took less than 50 seconds.

Watch this video now, and let us know what you think about it in the comments.

One thought on “How to Force an Inward Swinging Metal Door with a Power Saw, by 2 Alarm Training

  1. Pingback: How to Attack Hinges on Outward-Opening Doors during Forcible Entry, by Fire Engineering | Desert Diamond Industries Blog

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