Small Dogs for Security   

Small Dogs for Security  

  They say it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.  These two short videos offer evidence that this adage is true. In the first video, you see a man that is bold enough to attempt a home invasion in broad daylight run for the hills when a 8 pound Yorkie confronts him.  Whether he has a phobia of small dogs, or whether he knew that the homeowners and neighbors were now altered to his presence from the dog’s barking, the result is the same, he ran and the […]

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Safety Considerations While Answering the Door

Safety Considerations While Answering the Door

I recently watched a news broadcast that featured a story where a woman came to a man’s door asking to use the phone because she claimed to have car problems.  He ended up sending her away, only to have to shoot at her and her accomplice when they came back to rob him.  The man and those in his house were uninjured, the woman was arrested, and her accomplice died.  Things went well for this man, but after watching the story (I watched it online) I was targeted with numerous other videos in which people did not fare so well.  […]

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How to Make a Stealth Shelf (Video)

How to Make a Stealth Shelf (Video)

I recently came across this very cool video on how to make a “stealth shelf” in your home. It is a great way to hide cash, jewelry, valuable medical supplies, weapons, whatever. It’s a great idea to have as much of your survival stash as possible hidden in various places to reduce the likelihood of looters or FEMA agents (half-kidding) will be able to seize all of your goods. And I love the idea of making one since the price of a stealth shelf and similar furniture can run really high!    

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Self-Defense From A Vehicle

Self-Defense From A Vehicle

People have a tendency to feel safe in their vehicles in a similar way to feeling safe in your home.  And while being in a vehicle has its safety advantages in a defensive scenario, it is no fortress on wheels.  When facing an attack in your vehicle, knowing its strengths and vulnerabilities will greatly impact our ability to defend ourselves and our loved ones. Speed is not always dangerous When in your vehicle you are always at a greater risk of being attacked when your vehicle is stopped.  If you are coming to a stop light, allow yourself enough room between […]

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