We tend to think of our homes as bastions of privacy and safety, but the FBI reported 41 percent of property crimes, and nearly half of violent crimes, occurred in residential homes in 2018. While we tend to think of protecting ourselves when we’re out and about, it’s evident the need to do so at home is just as important.
The ultimate line of defense in any situation is you. We’re all guilty of thinking “it will never happen to me” or that if it did, someone else will know what to do. The truth is we can never what might happen on any given day. Planning ahead for dangerous situations can literally be the difference between life and death.
Carrying a less lethal device is a great way to protect yourself, gain confidence, and take control of your personal safety. But self defense isn’t just about a single device. Learning a variety of defense techniques broadens your knowledge and ability to keep you and your loved ones safe.
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