The Unbreakable Umbrella
The umbrella has proved a useful tool for heroes including Sherlock Holmes, John Steed, and many others. It is an unremarkable accessory for any gentleman (or lady), can be carried onto airplanes, and has many uses besides physical defence and attack. It can even be used as a walking stick, or to keep water from falling on your head!
Thomas Kurz with his Unbreakable® Walking-Stick Umbrella on an airplane. Whenever he travels he takes it with him and he has never had anyone question him about it. __ http://unbreakableumbrella.com/
Normally when we think of “concealed carry,” we think of firearms. And certainly, concealed firearms are very useful in a situation when faced with a dangerous adversary, including those who are carrying a knife or a gun. But many places we go, we will have to do without firearms. It is a good idea to carry at least 10 different concealed weapons.
There is a wide range of “wearable” weapons, including knives and sharp jabbing implements. There are also creative weapons such as this self-defence cap, these steel knuckle gloves, or this key chain baton.
As you can imagine, this does not by any means exhaust the list of potential concealed weapons. Credit cards, for example, have been used as deadly weapons, as have writing pens, eyeglass frames, heavy belt buckles, and even concealed dental floss.
If you do happen to have a concealed carry permit for firearms, and want to be stylish about it, here is one gentlemen’s guide to stylish concealed carry (for firearms). __ Adapted from Original Al Fin Blog
Note: Google has blocked public access to the original Al Fin blog, but “CachedView” and the “Wayback Machine” still provide access to most of the cached articles from that blog.
We Are Not Actually Training Assassins
But we would like for readers to be better able to defend themselves against the kind of assaults which are becoming more common these days. Islamic terror and black-on-other interracial attacks are just two varieties of deadly attack which modern people should be aware of. Self-protection starts with enhanced awareness of one’s surroundings — both immediate and extended surroundings. Know where you are, and where you are going.
In Sweden or Germany, one must worry not only about criminals and muslim terrorists — one must also worry about one’s own government and the autogenocidal policies adopted recently by governments in the EU. In nations of the Anglosphere, inter-ethnic antagonisms simmer in North America, Australia, New Zealand, and elsewhere. One cannot escape risks altogether. Thus one should be both aware, and prepared.
Hope for the Best. Prepare for the Worst
It is never too late (or early) to have a Dangerous Childhood.
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