Guardian Self Defense and Security Blog

Why Non-Lethal Self Defense Products

Just this week a high school student was carjacked in broad daylight on his way to school. He was stopped at a red light in an area of town that is typically characterized as "safe" by residents. The same week a young girl was sexually assaulted by a group of three older men. On the other side of town a home invasion robbery leaves an innocent woman in critical condition and fighting for her life in the hospital. A college student was assaulted and robbed on their way back to the dorm room. Is this your town or city? The examples given are just a handful of events that took place in my city last week, but the same sort of thing is also happening where you reside. Are you concerned for your personal safety while walking or biking in the neighborhood? Are home invasion burglaries on the rise? Do you worry about your safety while walking in the shopping center parking lot? What if an intruder got into your home, would you have a fighting chance? Are you the worried parent of a young college student? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need non-lethal self defense products. Millions of Americans depend on non-lethal safety products like pepper spray, mace, stun guns, and tasers to protect themselves. In addition, these products offer peace of mind which is priceless. A pocket stun gun is ideal for anyone who walks, jogs, or bikes outdoors. A wireless alarm system is a great way to protect your home, apartment or small business from burglary. Dummy cameras or fake surveillance cameras look just like the real thing. Dummy cameras are effective and affordable home security options. Pepper spray products give you the ability to stop even the most motivated attacker from a distance. A shot of pepper spray to the face will stop him almost instantly. The great thing about these products is that they don't rely on your size or strength for success. I often refer to pepper spray or stun guns as the 'great equalizer'. This is because when used correctly a little can of mace in the hands of a 110 pound female will stop a 300 pound male attacker. Now take the mace out of this scenario, would you give the woman much of a chance? I don't care what your situation is, I firmly believe that these products along with a little bit of awareness can drastically improve your overall safety. Take the next step today by taking a short home and personal security survey. Now go beef up your awareness skills with our safety tips.
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