The prosecution described how Dale Cregan had turned his attention from old rivals to the police.
The jury heard how Cregan had a detailed plan to murder, the house he chose was the ideal location for an ambush.
The court was told Cregan had forced his way uninvited to a house in Hattersley holding a couple and their daughter in fear.
The house owner was a barber, he'd cut Dale Cregan's hair. He ordered him to do what he said, leaving the Glock gun for the family to see.
The court heard the following morning Dale Cregan rang 999 to report a burglary. He was told an officer was on the way. He said 'I'll be waiting'.
The jury heard the 999 call Dale Cregan made to police reporting a burglary, he was calm and composed.
A taxi driver thought he was going to be shot by a masked gunman, the Dale Cregan murder trial has heard.
Dale Cregan has dramatically changed his plea and admitted to the murders of PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone.
The families of two murdered policewomen have listened to details of the "bloody conclusion" to Dale Cregan's alleged attacks.