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.
Becoming a master of self-defense isn’t just about knowing what to do in a dangerous situation — sometimes it’s about knowing what NOT to do to keep a bad situation from becoming worse…
Self-defense has been a hot topic lately, so here’s some sage advice from my buddy Jeff Anderson over at Modern Combat & Survival on how to de-escalate a potentially violent situation.
You are watching the news and you see a gunman indiscriminately shooting at people in a crowd… You come upon a car crash as a police officer risks their life to pull the driver out of the flame-engulfed automobile… You are stopped one evening while walking to your car by a large man demanding your wallet or purse… What would you do?
In this edition of the Weekly Drop, you’ll discover the best multitool for people on a limited budget, whether plants are a sufficient deterrent to home invasions, alternative home defense weapons if you’ve been stripped of your right to bear arms and how to mentally prepare yourself for a life-or-death situation.
In the past few months, there have been some horrific murders of joggers. Many of these murders occurred in broad daylight, dispelling the myth that these attacks only happen in the dark. So here are seven ways to stay safe while jogging.
In an active shooter scenario, the FIRST THING you must do is remove yourself from the immediate vicinity of the source of the gunfire. If you survive the first 10 seconds of this type of ambush, you have a much better chance of making it out alive.
Parts of North America were (and in some cases still are) battling various natural disasters, and let me tell you, Mother Nature is putting up one helluva fight. This week’s must-read articles cover flash floods in the Southwest and wildfires in the north, along with ways to guard your electronics and your finances.
Should I keep my spare magazines empty or filled? Will the SurvFilter work on saltwater? Is my phone recording my doctor’s appointments? This week’s mailbag covers all this and more.
If a natural disaster forces you to evacuate from your home, do you have a plan in place to load your vehicle quickly and escape danger? Do you know which items are most important to take with you?