The fact is people with physical limitations are often the victims of violent crimes because criminals tend to prey on those who are weaker and less likely to fight back. However, even if you are physically limited, there are things you can do to defend yourself. Here are five tips that can help keep you safe no matter your physical condition.
In this week’s roundup of must-read articles, you’ll learn an effective maneuver that can stop any attacker in their tracks… six ways to turn an everyday item into a powerful survival tool… why you should check your social media account right now… and more.
In today’s featured article, Jeff Anderson shows you a super-simple move that will stop an attacker in their tracks no matter how big they are — even if they get you down on the ground. Best of all, it requires very little strength of your own and ZERO practice.
Earlier this week I stopped by Harry to show Harry Connick Jr. and his teenage daughter four basic self-defense moves anyone can do. While these four maneuvers are powerful, there’s another tri-part tactic you should have in your back pocket — one that’s so deadly I couldn’t show it on television. Check it out.
This week, I decided to revisit reader questions about self-defense. Read on for a refresher in personal protection protocol.
If you’re assaulted in a confined area — without a firearm — and you have no choice but to fight back, then you need to overwhelm your attacker with force. In other words, you should perform this specific attack with everything you’ve got.
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This edition of the Weekly Drop covers how to spot and lose a tail, how to acquire a gun suppressor and the best self-defense techniques for the elderly. Take a look.
Today, I’d like to quickly cover some creative ways you can carry your tactical pen on your person. Let’s take a look.
In addition to tackling questions about bump keys, smokeless fires and survival keychains, I’ve also included some reader feedback on whether or not convicted felons should be allowed to own firearms. Let’s keep the conversation going!