What are the best?
The first thing you must ask yourself is, “What are my self-defense goals?” What are my self-defense needs if you commute in your car, plane, or train? Where am I likely to be attacked, mugged, raped, or robbed and that is just mentioning a few of the possibilities.
Perhaps you work from home, like I do, so you need to ask yourself the same question. What are my self-defense needs at home? Home invasion is the situation to focus on. The need for anti-home invasion is very different from traveling for work by airplane, vehicle, or train, to point out the initial question, “What are my self-defense goals.” One thing that is the same in all self-defense situations is to survive the event with little or no other issues surrounding your successful self-defense. The last thing you need is to be sued by your attacker or have authorities arrest you for the use of some illegal weapon. Remember, the Defenders are really cooking tools repurposed [amazingcookingtools.info].
I will take my situation as an example. The question is, “What are the best?” In my case, I need to cover three different situations or scenarios.
Scenario 1: I’m in my house when someone knocks on the door. I’m getting older, and I hate to admit that but just not as functional as I used to be. So, I need to answer the door.
That is the place where, if it’s a home invasion, I will have to make my self-defense stand. So, I have placed numerous weapons at that location to help me fend off any unwanted visitor. I have a very large knife hanging by the door that I can “reverse” grab or be ready to deploy it in a reverse grab method or outright take it off the wall and use it.
I also have a very aggressive defender hanging to the right of the door for easy deployment. These are all examples of close-quarter fighting, but what if you want to push them back away from you? You could use pepper spray, pepper gel, or a little-known excellent choice called “Wasp Spray.” These types of products fall into the category of medium-range weapons. One downfall of pepper spray is they don’t work well in wind or rain. However, the pepper gel performs better in that environmental condition, but if you need to spray through a screen door, this is not the product you want to use.
The “Wasp Spay” goes out 15 feet or more, plus you can spray it right through a screen door. It stops an attacker quickly and puts them down on the ground. The effects of the spray are not permanent or too long-lasting (like over 4 hours). So, all this discussion gives you some thoughts to consider for your home self-defense strategy.
Scenario 2: Where do you spend most of your time in your home? I have three places, a living room, computer room, and my bedroom. So, I place weapons within four feet or even closer to reach if the home invasion broke into my home undetected. In addition, I do wear both a knife and a Defender in a Kydex Neck Rig most of the time, so I’m armed with both lethal and non-lethal options for my safety. I do own guns, too, but those are handy where I might be totally surprised by an attacker. I would also consider that option if I saw a group massing outside my house to break in or “storm” the house. I wouldn’t wait for them to get too far into my house to use firearms.
Scenario 3: When I travel out to shop or go pick up prescriptions etc. What are the best for this scenario? You need to identify where you are going in your local travel. If you need to go into a Federal Facility, Post Office, or Court complex, you cannot take weapons into those types of places. If you have a concealed carry permit, you learned where or where you can’t carry your weapon. However, a self-defense weapon or self-defense weapons can go anywhere depending on the self-defense Defender model. I would recommend, in these cases, one or two of the following models:
- Traveler Defender (Coming Soon)
- Guppy Defender
- Defender 1
If you are out and about with minor restrictions, then I would suggest some of our more devastating weapons models:
In conclusion, the answer to the question “What are the best?” comes down to analyzing your self-defense goals and needs. I’m sure there are many things that you must consider that are parallel to what I have analyzed. Should you have any questions about this topic, reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.