Pepper spray delivers an immediate and powerful blow to the nervous system of an assailant. While most people carry this potent self-protection spray when they’re walking to their car after dark or out for a jog on a deserted trail – there may be a time when you need to deploy pepper spray indoors.
Household safes are an important addition to any home. Keeping precious items locked away not only prevents them from being stolen but could mean they are preserved in the event of a natural disaster.
Leaving your teenager home alone can be nerve-wracking – and not just because you’re worried about them throwing a party. The thought of your kids being home alone when a stranger approaches is enough to make you want to cancel your plans. But not so fast.
Street self-defense is certainly the most commonly referred-to form of protective training. And it should be, since the majority of attacks happen outside of the home (i.e., “on the street”). But what about the attacks that occur inside the home? Unfortunately
Burglars don’t usually pick their homes totally at random. The risk of being caught is simply too great to go into a home with a robust alarm system and an attack dog. Robbers look for vulnerable properties.
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