Armed self-defense

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Ann Coulter wrote, "Numerous studies, including one by the National Institute of Justice, show that crime victims who resist a criminal with a gun are less likely to be injured than those who do not resist at all or who resist without a gun. That's true even when the assailant is armed." [1]

Weapons Topics

EDC, Weapons (Personal defense weapon), Armed self-defense, Firearms, Concealed carry, Open Carry, Rifle, Shotgun, Handgun, Magazines, Body armor, Knives, Neck Knife, Boot Knife, Switchblade, Throwing knife, Ballistic knife, Pepper Spray-Mace (spray), PAVA spray, Stun Gun, Taser, Tranquilizer gun, Archery, Crossbow, Slingshot, Airgun, BB gun, Airsoft gun, Paintball gun, Blow gun, Bodyguard, Hand to hand combat-Martial Arts, Filipino martial arts, Kickboxing, List of Taekwondo techniques, Nunchuku, Baton, Walking Cane, Sword, Tactical Flashlight, Laser pointer, Blackjack-Tactical Slapper- Slapjack (weapon), Kubotan-Self Defense Keychain, Club (weapon), Baseball bat (weapon), Weighted-knuckle glove, Brass knuckles, Peroneal strike, Hiatt speedcuffs, Millwall brick, Stun grenade, Guard dog, Physical security, Door security, Intrusion alarm, Safe room, Video surveillance systems - CCTV, Castle doctrine, Stand-your-ground law, Duty to retreat, Non-aggression principle, Self-preservation, Sell your cloak and buy a sword, Legal and moral aspects of Self-Defense, Unarmed self-defense, Anti-theft system, Armored car, Digital self-defense, Gated community, GPS tracking unit, Secure telephone, Defense wound, Second Amendment

See also Invest in tangibles - part of the Bullets (Self-defense) part of Beans-Bullets-Band-aids-Bullion-Books

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