Defense Against Crime


Having one Could Save Your Life! is dedicated to assist those people who are unwilling to become a victim and are taking responsibility to protect themselves, their cars, or their possessions with our pepper spray, stun guns, and other personal security products.
There are several things women can do to prevent themselves from being a victim of a sexual assault or possible rape.  One Sexual Assault or Rap happens every 6 minutes in the United States. This translates to six an hour. You don’t have to be their next victim. Knowing how an assailant thinks can work to your advantage. As a potential victim, you can learn from these facts and put a plan in place to be better prepared to defend and protect yourself from this scum. .

THE PLACE. The most common place for a sexual assault is a grocery store parking lot. Attackers figure that a victim’ hands and minds are distracted and are easy prey. Knowing this can make you better prepared and more on guard to fend off an attacker.  Always carry a Personal Protection Products.


THE LOOK. It is a fact that women with long hair specifically ponytails or braids that can easily be grabbed are more likely targets than women with short hair. It is just a fact! Attackers also look for women wearing loose fitting clothing, or short skirts.

THE TIME. The most common time for an attack is early morning or late in the evening. Think about it-there are less people around and thus less witnesses. Knowing this can put you on guard if you must be out and about in the early AM or Late PM Always carry a Personal Protection Products.

THE FIGHT. It is also a fact that if ANY resistance to your attacker is a defensive move, most attackers move on quickly. They are expecting little or no resistance. When they encounter resistance it takes more time which increase the chances of discovery. So FIGHT, SCREAM FIRE, FIGHT. Personal Alarms and Personal Protections are recommended.

THE STANCE. How you carry yourself makes an impression. If your head is up and you walk confidently and quickly you are less likely a target than someone with their head down and walking slowly-just a fact.

WHAT YOU CARRY. If you carry a pepper spray, or stun gun, or a base ball bat and know how to use it not only will it give you a better sense of confidence but will also give you time to escape if you need to use it.

Learn from these facts about assaults and develop a plan to protect yourself with a self defense product.

Don’t be their Next Victim

Victor Swindell


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