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.
There are a ton of great recommendations in this edition of the Weekly Drop — from the best self-defense weapons that aren’t a gun… to where you can buy QuikClot if you’re not a medical professional… to how to get your hands on a discontinued Baofeng UV-5R two-way radio.
This “best of” edition of the Weekly Drop is a collection of reader questions that focus on the best survival gear for a number of situations — from power outages to home invasions to nuclear attacks.
Let’s face it: The world is increasingly becoming a scary place. So to wrap up 2017, I want to revisit some pressing global threats in another “Best of” edition of the Weekly Drop.
Since many of you will be taking to the skies and hitting the roads next week, I figure it’s the perfect time to revisit some travel safety questions.
You know I’m a gun guy. I always carry my firearm wherever I’m legally allowed to do so. However, I realize that not everyone is going to carry a gun like me, which is why I think it’s important to consider other options for self-defense.
This week’s batch of reader mail addresses several threats that are currently top of mind in our country, from mass shootings to panicked crowds. In addition, you’ll discover several potent plants that provide home security, how to get your tactical pen through TSA and the best way to get all my lifesaving advice.
Check out this segment from the Rachael Ray show where I give some simple suggestions that will make you less of a target for criminals as you go about your everyday life.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screens almost 2 million people per day. You wouldn’t believe some of the stuff they confiscate. Now, I’m not recommending that you bring anything dangerous or illegal on board, but if you’ve got a tactical pen, here’s how to get it through airport security.
This week, I decided to revisit reader questions about self-defense. Read on for a refresher in personal protection protocol.