By Terry Schappert, Adam Slutsky
Shield your self with salad tongs, hairbrushes--and even a grimy diaper!
A sidewalk thief attempts to scouse borrow your pockets, yet you're unarmed. What do you do? With A advisor to Improvised Weaponry, you'll know the way to guard yourself--even if all you've gotten are your automobile keys and a sweet bar. Written through eco-friendly Beret and wrestle specialist Terry Schappert, this ebook teaches you the way to show your lipstick, your wristwatch--even the sneakers in your feet--into strategic self-defense instruments. conventional guns may be pricey, risky, and within the blur of an assault, simply became opposed to you, yet along with his life-saving suggestion, you could stay away from those dangers and guard your self through deploying the hidden tactical makes use of of a hundred usual items.
Whether you're out grocery buying, driving in an elevator, or having fun with a walk in the course of the park, A consultant to Improvised Weaponry exhibits you the way to regulate your atmosphere and develop into your personal bodyguard--ready and ready to act for those who have to.
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