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Survival

  • EDC combs

    Never think you are without protection even in the bathroom.  Combs aren't only filed down in prison to make a shard.  Now you can have a comb in the bathroom, in the vehicle, hiding in a purse or back pocket comb that does more than fix hair.  These knives are perfect for protection in nightclubs and even on the street. A harmless hair care accessory at first sight, this fully functional comb transforms into a knife, but not just any knife, a knife that could save your life.  Think outside the glamor circle and know that you can take this comb hiking, camping, shopping, the theatre, desk at work, hotel, anywhere you go.

  • Electric Shock Prods

    Stun batons are similar in basic design to an electric cattle prod.  It has a metal end split into 2 parts electrically insulated from each other, or 2 thin projecting metal electrodes about an inch apart, at an end of a shaft containing the batteries and mechanism.  At the other end of the shaft of the baton are a handle and a switch.  Both electrodes have to touch the subject.

    Some devices available can be disguised as other objects, such as canes, hicking sticks, umbrellas, and long flashlights.

  • Get to know the tactical baton

    Tactical batons are shafts made of steel, mostly, have a solid tip at the outer end of the innermost, and usually in a straight configuration.  A great weapon to have by your side when you need to make impact.

    Many officers carry these batons, and for good reason.  The expandable batons collapse when not in use to the size of your forearm.  When needed, they extend to lenghts of 16 to 26 inches, give or take.  The batons break glass, if you're trapped in your vehicle, strike your assailant, block a hit, and show you mean business.

    Great idea to take hiking and camping.  Come across an alligator, bear, or any other creature, a baton might be your only means of defense.

  • Use a Monkey Fist to defend yourself

    Monkey fist, biker's whip, slungshot, a braided paracord keychain in the shape of a ball.  This can be a very useful tool if you're in a situation where you're confronted by someone trying to mug or attack you.

    Remember this is a weapon.  As an attacker approaches, you can swing this ball on a string up, down, even side to side and around.  Make contact with the intruder but be aware of where the ball goes if you miss.  Practice.  Just because you have a monkey fist, doesn't mean you know how to use it if you need to.

  • Running Safety tip 3

    Tip 3 for running safely out there! Put a pepper spray into your pocket! Safety measure 3 to keep you safe. Pepper spray in compact and fits easily into your pocket.  Pepper spray can save your life if you get attacked by a person or canine.

  • When I'm not home

    Even though I live in a very safe neighborhood, I still use a surveillance system.  I love it.  I have a dog at home and it's fun to see what all he does while I'm away.  When he was a puppy, I watch him sleep in his crate.  As he got older, I would study his movements, actions, times he ate, and how often he went to the door.  So not only is the system good for protection, but it also provides a monitoring system for all the daily action.  Use it for when the kids come home from school, Whatever the case, whether it be for protection or just to survey the area, a surveillance camera is a necessity.

  • Light it up

    Night time comes daily so if you're a person that likes to run, walk the dog, power walk, ride bikes, work construction, safety patrol, clubbing, hunters, hikers, campers, kids in the yard, even leaving work at night.  We could all use a little light in the dark of dark. So put some lights on your person, spokes on your bike, your pet's collar, or wrists and shoes.

  • Hide my money from teenagers

    I have young ones in the house there are times I need to hide items they don't need to find.  Sounds easy but I'm here to tell you, it's not.  That's why I'm glad I have diversion safes all over the house.  I have one that looks like a paint can in the basement, brake cleaner in the garage, brush in the bathroom, planter on the deck, rock on the front porch, book in my bedroom, closet light in the closet, outlet plug in the hallway, thermometer in the mud room, Lysol in the laundry room, and the clock in the office.  I even have a coffee mug I use on the go.  I leave money in a water bottle in the car. I'd use the Coke can diversion safe if I knew they wouldn't try to open it!

  • Nightly run

    I enjoy a good run. It keeps me in good shape, a stress reducer, and just an all around me time. My biggest problem is my running takes place while the Moon is lit rather than the sun. I have found wearing lights have helped cars see me better. I just added lights to my bicycle so I can integrate that into my exercise. Definitely makes me feel better knowing others see me!

  • College bound

    College is education, meeting new friends, and becoming your own person. Keep safe no matter what field of study you're in with a tactical pen. It's something you can have at all times besides a writing instrument, it could save your life.

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