Defensive Living - Preserving Your Personal Safety Through Awareness, Attitude & Armed Action - 2nd Edition
by: Ed Lovette, Dave Spaulding
Softcover, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 , 112 pages
Foreword by Bruce Siddle
Crucial Tips for Keeping Yourself Safe in the Shadow of Terrorist Threats!
Imagine a defensive training guide that has the informational firepower to keep cops safe presented in a way that's practical for your family to use to protect themselves, too!
Filled with 50+ yrs. of hard-earned, expert-level law enforcement and military training experience, this treasure chest of self-protection wisdom covers everything from mental conditioning for effective response to defensive driving tactics and medical self-help techniques.
Street-Proven Tactics & Time-Tested Techniques For Combating Real-World Threats!
Learn pre-attack signals: home protection vs. home defense nine ways to ensure self-protection readiness the life-changing "X's and O's Awareness Test".
Inside you'll find: Tips for turning fear into a powerful self-protection tool, not a life-threatening weakness. 9 key steps ensuring that you're ready to meet a personal safety threat head-on...whenever and wherever it surfaces. A reminder of the biggest weapon you've got and how to use it to survive a car-jacking! Detailed exploration of the 8 levels of the Force Continuum and when each comes into play. Expert direction, from nationally renowned firearms expert Dave Spaulding, for peak performance with a handgun. Crucial for law enforcement and civilians alike!
Plus, you'll get answers to home protection questions like: Is having a gun next to your bed the best way to protect your family in a home invasion? What's a "Safe Haven" and how do you create one? Who might be at risk most if you jump out of bed the minute you hear a noise in the house? Who's most likely to get shot by the gun under your pillow?
"This new edition rounds out the life-saving advise of the first. The title says it all; this is the book to read if you have decided to live realistically in the face of today's dangers." - Ralph Mroz, Police Officer's Safety Association