Privacy4Patriots, the publisher of an upcoming report on how to protect your privacy, applauds these companies for seeking a climate where they can conduct business without governmental interference.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
According to Fox News, gun makers Beretta USA of Maryland and Magpul of Colorado are considering leaving their states to conduct their business elsewhere as a result of pending legislation that could adversely affect their sales.
Fox News also reports that gun maker Colt’s Manufacturing of Connecticut is considering the same tactic. A number of states including Texas and South Carolina are reportedly courting these companies.
Privacy4Patriots, the publisher of an upcoming report on how to protect your privacy, applauds these companies for seeking a climate where they can conduct business without governmental interference. The company believes that most pending gun control legislation will, if passed, serve only to take guns out of the hands of responsible, law-abiding citizens, while criminals will still find a way to obtain them.
For people who do not wish to own firearms but who would like to know how to protect themselves from an attacker, Privacy4Patriots recommends the following seven self-defense “weapons.”
- Stun gun. If one can get close enough, it’s possible to immobilize an attacker with a stun gun long enough to escape the situation.
- Pepper spray. Containing a mix of pepper extracts, this agent can temporarily blind an attacker.
- Survival knife. A very functional weapon that can stop an attacker almost as quickly as a gun can, if one can get close enough.
- Crossbow or bow and arrow. An old school way to take down an attacker.
- Cane. The long end can be used to strike or stab, while the hook can go around a neck or ankle.
- Nail file, ballpoint pen or umbrella. Use these objects to stab at the attacker.
- Aerosol hairspray or wasp spray. Aim for the face of an attacker.
Check out this Power4Patriots blog post to learn what items found around the house can be used for self-defense against a home invader.