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10 Ways to Protect Your Loved Ones During Home Invasion

This is a guest post by Rose Cabrera Home invasion is a terrifying situation for anyone. Aside from the terror it gives, it can also lead to beatings, rape or the loss of a loved one. While preventive measures are essential, it’s also important that you prepare yourself in the event that an actual invasion […]

Why Less Lethal Ammo is a Bad Idea

This is guest post by Andrew Betts Is less lethal ammo a good idea for home defense? It seems like a good idea, especially if your primary home defense gun is a shotgun.

9 Ways To Dramatically Improve Your Home Defense System – Even If You’re Just Starting Out

This is a guest post by Steven Swift What would you do in the event of a home invasion? Would you know all the possible escape routes, the ways to alert the rest of your family to the attack and where to hide or how to escape? Devising a plan to keep your family safe […]

Your How-To Guide on Avoiding Abductions

If you aren’t keeping your situational awareness you might not see it coming. An abduction can occur to you, your spouse, or your children. The are some things you need to know about avoiding abductions.

The 5 Home Defense Fundamentals

This post might be controversial. People often debate the home defense fundamentals. Often a good defense is better than a bad offense. We found a sensible video that talks about you should do in a home defense situation. Now matter what you think about taking a defensive posture, this is good advice for your family […]

Enlightening the Anti-Gun Crowd

By Home Defense gun staffer David I don’t care much for the opinions of the anti-gun crowd. I have found many of them to be narrow minded, rigid, inflexible, uniformed, and ignorant. They wholeheartedly believe the worst stereotypes about gun owners, lumping us together as uneducated, beer chugging, camouflage and flannel wearing  goons. My first […]

Warning – Are You Tactically Squared Away

This is a guest post by Scott Sylvester Tactically Squared Away Squared away: Everything is set and proper, clean and tidy and ready to go Are you tactically squared away? Well… are you? Think about it for a minute and contemplate what I am asking, and then formulate your answer to the question. Go ahead…I’ll […]

The Old boys Have Some Points for Home Defense- Part 1 (Preventing Home Invasion Robberies and Assaults)

This is a guest post by Carr Mohr The weather was nasty and the TV was spewing mindless chatter so I jumped in the truck and went down to visit the boys at the gun shop. The big pot bellied stove was warming the place nicely the “boys” were sitting around warm coffees in hand […]

Home Invasion Defense – Immediate Action Plan

The first, most important part of home invasion defense is to have an immediate action plan.  The video below leads you through constructing one.

Clearing the House

Ensuring there are No Intruders So you have been out for a nice dinner and a movie with your spouse. You arrive home and note that the front door is open slightly. Did you shut it tightly? Or has someone forced it open? This is a very uneasy feeling. There are a couple of ways […]

Personal and Family Defense Plan Preparation

This is the fourth in a series of Guest Posts by James Moffitt In part 3 of this series, I made some mental assertions.  Here they are. I chose to be mentally prepared to protect myself, and my family. I chose to do whatever it takes so that we will not become victims Remember that […]

Personal and Family Defense Plan Part 3

This is the third in a series of Guest Posts by James Moffitt If you are still reading this series I can only hope that I have brought you to the point where you are seriously thinking about the need to have a Personal and Family defense plan.  In part two of this series, I […]

What is a Personal and Family Defense Plan?

This is first in a series of Guest Posts by James Moffitt We spend a lot of time putting together short term, and long term goals. In order to meet these goals we have to develop a plan. The plan identifies the goal, and what needs to happen, to be successful, in meeting that goal. […]

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