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25 of the Safest Cities in the US Getting More Dangerous … and Vice Versa
The FBI tracks crime rates across the country, including in major cities, which is how we got our list of safest cities in the US, as well most dangerous.
Gun Insurance: 5 Tips to Protect Gun Owners From Horrible Property Loss
Homeowner's insurance protects against catastrophic loss, but often lacks significant gun insurance coverage; here's five tips to help protect yourself.
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Here Are the Active Measures Needed to Prevent Future School Shootings
The issues surrounding school shootings are extremely complex, so we talked to a law enforcement expert to determine the best measures to protect children.
Can a Fogging System Help Your Home Defense Setup?
There are many ways to protect homes and businesses, including a fogging system that can disorient a robber and reduce the need for deadly force.
How Pressure Points Can Even the Odds for Self Defense
It is important to understand less-lethal defense, and the use of pressure points is an important tool for fending off an attacker.
PepperBall LifeLite Combines Light, Laser and Pepper Spray Launcher
Some people are uncomfortable with the idea of carrying a gun for self defense, and for those folks the PepperBall LifeLite makes a viable option.
Which of These 4 SureFire Lights Gives You the Most Bang for Your Buck?
Flashlights have come a long way, but the information can be quite confusing, so we decided to look at four SureFire lights to shine through the confusion.
Revolver Showdown: The Smith & Wesson Governor vs. the Taurus Judge
There are two .410 revolvers available — the Smith & Wesson Governor and the Taurus Judge — with features just different enough to make testing interesting.
Why You Should Consider a Tactical Pen for Self Defense
There are many places where you can't carry a gun, so consider carrying a tactical pen in case you need a self-defense option, or to sign a check.