- Pepper Spray
- Stun Guns
- Personal Alarms
- Bear Spray and Accessories
- Dog Spray
- Home Security
- Personal Safety Training
According to those in the know, Self Defense starts with Situational Awareness. You want to be prepared with all the tools that make sense, and sometimes that means resorting to the use of one proven-effective and non-lethal tool, in the form of Pepper Spray to deter potential threats and assailants.
A large part of personal preparedness, however, means simply keeping your wits about you and having your “antennae” at the ready.
Heed your instincts if you even THINK you are possibly being followed or being watched, advises one prominent counter-intelligence expert who now teaches at American Military University:
We are NOT talking about making you into a reactive and jumpy, panicky-stricken bundle of nerves.
We ARE talking instead about a way to help you stay proactively protective, by paying attention to your own instincts as well as what your senses and your common sense are telling you.
That way, you may well have that pepper spray in case you need it, but the reality is that you can most times avoid being in situations where you’d need it in the first place. (Freniere, 2010)
Interview 6/16/2010 with Col. Robert Freniere.