Social Media allows you to share information and things about your life more efficiently than ever before. But it can also leave you more vulnerable, because the predators out there are also using this new electronic world as a hunting ground to find their prey.
What are the threats that face us involving our job? There are more than we can actually imagine, especially if our job put us in contact with people in a one on one situation and in a non public environment.
Any time you travel out of town, especially as a female traveler, you increase your chances of being attacked. You’re outside of your environment. In a hotel scenario, the risk increases dramatically if you’re not paying attention to your surroundings.
Unlike old dogs, it turns out that criminals can learn new tricks. When we talk about violent crimes, it’s not necessarily a mugging in an alley.
The reality of an attack is that it can happen on the most mundane of days and in the middle of your daily routines. One of those routines can be to take your child for a nice walk in the park.
In this episode of The Best Defense, we are going to take you to a place where violence is like a summer thunder storm. It comes up fast and is incredibly scary and random. Sometimes you have no choice but to fight.
Not every self defense situation requires a gun solution either in your home or when you’re out and about. The legal, moral and emotional outcome is something you have to live with for the rest of your life. The Best Defense #54 (Episode 2 – Season 5) First aired on 01-09-13 Air times on Outdoor [...]
In this premiere episode of season 5, we take you through scenarios that you may experience if you are in charge of keeping an eye on your neighbor’s house as part of the neighborhood watch team. We follow a concealed carry shooting situation from the beginning to the end.
It’s been an aggressive, even a scary season of The Best Defense. In every season, we present 12 scenarios which offer unique learning points. Mike Seeklander and Michael Janich pick 3 of the most important scenarios filled with life saving information.
Parking lots are prime hunting grounds for predators, especially after dark. In a low light situation, things are a lot more difficult. You want to be more aware, but the darker it is the more difficult it is to see what’s going on around you. Carrying a flash light can be as important as carrying a gun in a self defense situation.