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  • 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.

  • What gives pepper spray its pep

    Pepper spray, containing oleoresin capsicum, is a lachrymatory agent used in policing, riot control, crowd control and personal self-defense, including defense against bears and dogs.  Pepper spray causes the eyes to have temporary blindness allowing officers to restrain the subject easier and the sprayer to get away.

    Make sure to keep pepper sprays out of hot cars and watch the expiration date.

  • 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.

  • Diversion safes are great!

    Diversion safes are great to have!  Not only are they easy to hide in plain sight, but they are great for any situation.  Hide a spare key in a rock, hide money in an outlet, hide jewelry in the hotel room in a hair brush.  I can keep money in the garage, in a liquid wrench hidden safe.  I have ammo in my flower pot diversion safe.  I even keep my Christmas money in a wall clock safe.  I have a diversion safe in every room in the house and outside thoughout my yard just to keep from digging holes in the yard with coffee cans!!!  My favorite hidden safe is my water bottle.  Believe it or not, I can hide my key fab, money, and watch in there while at the beach!  I have one in my car too, just in case I need a couple bucks when I leave my purse at home.  So really, diversion safes are convienent to have around whether you are hiding from intruders, roommates, or kids.

  • Tactical Pen for Self Defense

    Tactical pens have one great quality: they do not appear as weapons to other people. The man who is aggressive to you will hardly notice that you may protect yourself. This is how you get an advantage from the element of surprise if you are forced to defend yourself even with a pen.

    • Don't make yourself a victim.  Get off the phone and know your surroundings.
    • Instead of distractions in your hand, keep them free and make sure you are able to reach for your pen quickly.
    • Strike with the pen hard and fast and multiple times.  One time may not have done the job and the attacker could still come after you.
    • Hit sensitive targets.  Go for the nose, eyes, ears, throat, armpit, base of the neck, sternum, ribs, knuckles, back of the hand, groin, pit of the stomach, knee, thigh, shin, or any bare skin you can see.

     

    I know this is a hard one, but try to remember as much detail available of your assailant.  Any description will help in bringing to justice if they run.  Most important, you get to safety.  Don't hang around and wait, find a safe zone and call 911.

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