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Post by Bryan BucknerHigh Voltage Stun Batons for Self Defense As crime rates continue to rise each day, people are sorting for ways of protecting themselves from the danger. The danger could be another person, wild animals, or dogs. In fact, dog bite cases are also growing at an alarming rate.Which protection tool should you have to be safe on the streets? How do you determine which one is an excellent protection tool? And when you do, is the protection tool affordable? These are some of the few things you need to consider...assault assault prevention tips batons campus safety cell phone stun guns collapsible batons disguised self defense products dog attack prevention dog attacks dog chaser domestic abuse assault domestic violence elder abuse elder abuse prevention expanding batons female self-defense flashlight stun gun home security most popular self-defense products for women nonlethal self defense personal defense product personal protection weapons personal safety personal safety product personal security pink stun guns powerful stun devices Self Defense self defense item self defense product self defense products self defense weapons self-defense batons self-defense tips sexual assault stun batons stun devices stun gun flashlights Stun Guns telescoping batons women's self defense product
Post by Bryan BucknerIn today’s blog post we’re talking about one of the best products you can use for long-range self-defense; the Smith and Wesson collapsible baton. We carry them in several sizes ranging from 16 inches up to 26 inches. The 16 inch model expands from 6.6 inches up to the full-length of 16 inches at the flick of a wrist. The 26 inch model expands from 9.7 inches. These expanding batons present a formidable way to defend yourself in an assault, akin to carrying a baseball bat in your pocket or...
Post by Bryan BucknerThe origins of batons goes back to the mid-1800s. They are less than arm's-length products that are made of wood, rubber, plastic or metal. According to Wikipedia they are "used for forced compliance and self-defense by law enforcement officers, correctional staff, security industry employees and military police." In today's blog post we will discuss the various types of batons used by civilians for self-defense. They basically fall into two categories: electrified and non-electrified. There are some subcategories in the non-electrified versions such as expandable and non-expandable. Electrified Baton stun devices...