The Ultimate Home Security Guide

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

Read More
The Ultimate Self-Defense Guide: How to Keep Yourself Safe on the Streets

There are literally thousands of books written on the subject of self-defense, all claiming to have the secret sauce for protecting oneself and surviving an attack. Indeed

Read More
10 Best Non-Lethal Self Defense Weapons

In most cases of self-defense, lethal force will not be necessary or legal. Typically, arguments escalate, emotions run high, and individuals attack because they feel threatened or disrespected.

Read More
Stun Gun Laws And Restrictions

Stun guns are an appealing personal weapon for many people. Not only can you carry a stun gun discreetly in your purse or keep it in your glove box for emergencies, but it’s fairly easy to be trained to use one safely.

Read More
TASER Laws By State

TASERs are a brand of stun gun that has shooting prongs and can quickly protect you from an attacker, even at a distance. While TASER law enforcement laws are nearly universal and lenient

Read More
Mace vs. Pepper Spray: What’s the Difference?

Walking to your car at dusk feels a lot safer if you have some protection on your keychain or in a purse pocket. Pepper spray is one self-defense tool that is affordable and effective. Legal in most states, pepper spray delivers a stunning and powerful offense against would-be attackers.

Read More
Beginner’s Guide To Using Stun Guns

Stun guns are a powerful self-defense tool, but with great power comes great responsibility. If you’re considering learning how to use a stun gun and you want to keep one in your home, there are a few things to know first.

Read More
Pepper Spray Laws: What You Can & Can't Have in Your State

Pepper spray is a popular self-defense tool for joggers, hikers, and people who want to stay safe after dark. While it’s legal to carry pepper spray in the United States, some states have regulations regarding the way canisters can be purchased and used.

Read More
Beginner’s Guide To Tasers

If you’ve been considering getting a Taser for self-protection, or you’ve already purchased one, you’re probably attracted by their force and their ability to shoot out electrodes.

Read More
Shopping Cart

Your cart is currently empty.