CR 123 Batteries
Posted on: August 22, 2016 by

Flashlight Battery Basics

If you carry a tactical flashlight, it’s likely a lifeline for yourself and others. Which means it’s a tool that needs to be ready at all times, with sturdy construction and with flashlight batteries that won’t fail you. People put a lot of thought into the type of tactical flashlight they buy and the features […]

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Spiked Tactical Flashlight - 220 Lm
Posted on: August 16, 2016 by

How to Choose the Best Self-Defense Flashlight

One of the most rewarding training activities I participate in these days is figuring out how to use all kinds of random and everyday items for self-defense purposes. After more than two decades learning and teaching martial arts, one thing I know for sure is that just about anything can be used as a weapon. […]

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Talking Dog Hidden Camera
Posted on: August 11, 2016 by

Ways to Hide Nanny Cams

We’re all busy, and most of us with children (and jobs) need to leave our little ones with trusted guardians during the day. But there have been tragedies and malfeasance in the babysitting world, and trust is wlays questionable. That’s why making sure your nanny is taking good care of your child is critical. To […]

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Surveillance Camera
Posted on: August 8, 2016 by

How Spy Cameras Roll

I haven’t personally done investigative work or engaged in undercover espionage (not professionally anyway, and we won’t talk about my endeavors to live out personal spy fantasies). But from what I hear from friends in the detective and P.I. fields, the work can be quite rewarding, occasionally dangerous, and hence rather fun. Certainly one of […]

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Posted on: August 2, 2016 by

The Right to Bear Nonlethal Arms in Massachusetts

The United States Supreme Court recently overturned a ruling in a Massachusetts court, which convicted a woman for carrying a stun gun.  The state court ruling was one of controversy as it supported Massachusetts’ stun gun law banning the possession of stun guns and Tasers. This law seemed to violate a citizen’s right to carry […]

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women listening ear
Posted on: July 28, 2016 by

How to Detect Listening Devices

Are you being bugged? In most states, listening devices are allowed in a variety of situations, particularly in private homes. If you suspect your conversations may be listened to without your knowledge, it’s your right to do your best to detect hidden listening technology. But how? Visual Inspections for Listening Devices All listening devices have […]

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family camping
Posted on: July 25, 2016 by

7 Camping Must-Haves for the Worst Case Scenario

Did you know that over 44% of American households camp at least occasionally? Camping – especially destination camping – is on the rise in the U.S. which is great news for campground operators and health activists. Whether you’re a trained outdoorsman or a novice camper, it’s important to be prepared for any situation. Being caught […]

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Diablo Stun Flashlight
Posted on: July 20, 2016 by

Tactical Flashlight vs. Everyday Flashlight: What’s the Real Difference?

I’ll be honest… I’m a little nuts when it comes to home security. I have knives hidden around my house. A gun or three in various places. And about seven flashlights in different locations, all strategically placed of course. Of all the home security pieces we stash in our homes, flashlights are the items we […]

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Posted on: July 11, 2016 by

Is Your Home the Biggest Threat to Your Kids’ Safety?

All parents worry about the safety of their children. The park, daycare, even school – nowhere feels totally safe anymore! In point of fact, children are more likely to be injured in their own home than anywhere else. A few home safety hacks can make your children far safer from harm, and they’re neither expensive […]

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Home Burglary
Posted on: July 6, 2016 by

6 Ways To Secure Your Home Before Going On Vacation

Summer vacation is a right-of-passage for the American family. Statistics say up to 55% of Americans plan to take a summer vacay, and most will drive (or even fly!) hours from home. While that means rest and relaxation for them, it can also mean open season for burglars. I’m going to show you six easy […]

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