This week, you’ll learn how to escape a landslide, the best way to keep critical devices running during a power outage, the only self-defense tool I trust to keep my family safe — and more.
In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal my No. 1 self-defense weapon that’s perfect for the whole family. One of my readers even gave one to his daughter. You’ll also discover how to get that meddlesome browser Chrome off all your devices, the easiest way to avoid being a victim of identity theft and more.
You are especially vulnerable when you travel. Unless you pick up one of the TSA-approved self-defense and survival tools listed in the first of this week’s must-read articles. I’ll also share the No. 1 piece of travel gear I never leave home without.
Today, Modern Combat & Survival’s Jeff Anderson shares a weird “Jedi mind trick” to help you regain the offensive from an attacker. Read on to find out exactly what this “trick” is and how you can use it to avoid a potential mugging — or worse.
This week’s mailbag is all about security — from some of the best self-defense weapons to the simplest thing you can do to safeguard your online privacy. Plus, six expert tips to ensure your bike won’t get stolen — even when you travel with it.
Obviously, firearms are expensive and caching more than one can quickly add up. So today, I want to share with you some inexpensive (but still quality) guns that you can cache on a budget.
The key to effective self-defense in a lifesaving situation is training, which simply equals repetition — or muscle memory. One of the best ways to become a better shooter is through dry fire practice. Here’s an example of a typical dry fire routine — and how to do it safely.
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…