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What You Need in a “Get Home Bag”   

What You Need in a “Get Home Bag”  

The purpose of a “get home bag” is, as the name implies, to carry the items you would want if the worst case scenario took place while you were out, at work, the store, or running errands.  It is not meant to be a long-term survival kit, or even a bug-out bag, it is only meant to hold what you need to get back to your home where the rest of your gear and your loved ones are.  While individual needs and available resources may vary, these are some items that everyone should consider putting in their get home bag. […]

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Common Mistakes in a Street Fight   

Common Mistakes in a Street Fight  

  As I’ve confessed before, I have a slight addiction to CCTV footage.  It’s a little morbid, but not without its benefits.  A lot can be learned from watching attacks and attempted robberies.  You don’t have to wonder about what works in the real world (on the street instead of in the gym), you can watch a few assaults and see what works, and what doesn’t.  Here are a few of the more common mistakes made during street fights that change the outcome.   Ego Show Perhaps the most common mistake that results in a quick and violent end is […]

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Jugging: Not as Funny as it Sounds   

Jugging: Not as Funny as it Sounds  

“Jugging” is a term that seems to be mainly used in Texas for a crime that is not geographically confined.  The basics of the crime involve watching a bank, or an ATM and waiting to see who makes a withdraw, then following that individual to a location that has less security so they can be robbed there more easily.  The internet has plenty of videos of juggings taking place, sometimes in parking lots of the next store the victim went to, sometimes even in their own driveways.  Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself from such attacks […]

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