Recall Records/Ka Showing the single result Sort by popularity Sort by average rating Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low Psychedelic Years $11.99 Buy product No Comments TCguns_carry September 13, 2013 You linked “Michigan” gun laws above. Minnesotas laws would be more helpful. Giancarlo Perlas September 16, 2013 Hi, thanks for the correction. Just finished Michigan Gun Laws before this article so it stuck in my mind. Ryan March 6, 2014 Those things are definitely going to cause a world of hurt! Keep up the great job. Ryan March 6, 2014 These are very helpful tips for this winter. Ryan March 6, 2014 I like these tips. They’re practical but often overlooked in self defense situations. Thanks for these amazing ideas. Arnold March 10, 2014 Nice tips. Keep them coming guys. Jack April 17, 2014 A good idea are the new high intensity tactical flashlights, they have small and large ones and have ‘teeth’ at the lit end for ‘business,’ like shattering a car window in an emergency. I carry a medium size one in my car in the city, and just the light scares the scum away. Very powerful 500+ Lumens. I had a guy start smack with me on a race bike while I was driving a Mercury Sable LS Premium (big car, powerful, and heavy). Real attitude problem. Anyway, he was racing around me on the freeway at high speed and ended up taking some kind of pipe or something and smashing off my side mirror. I was really careful not to swerve around because I knew I would kill him. He also tried slamming on his breaks in front of me at 70 mph. I could have just run him down. He was buzzing around me like a bee, inches from my car. One twitch of my wheel and he would have been in paralyzed for life. That bike was fast. I started dialing 911, he saw that and he took off. That is what you do not want to do. BrianHook May 23, 2014 I think this flashlight is really very handy during any emergency. This is one of the best self defense weapon and it is easy to carry also. So carry this Best Self Defense Flashlight with you for your benefit. BoxingCannabyte Epicurus July 6, 2014 I got this one and a Mora sandvick stainless (much thinner but by and far the sharpest fucking knife I’ve come across minus my Spyderco Tasman Salt, one of my EDCs) the Mora 5.5 (or 5.8)” blade, honestly, is a better all-around EDC fixed blade that is one the larger-end than even my Ka-Bar Tanto, which I love and adore. The reason I say this is because 1) The Ka-Bar Tanto gets immediate attention, as a deterrent that is good, if the cops are going to bug you that’s bad. 2) State laws 3) The moras consistently get “That looks like a kitchen knife” comments from people, and yeah, they kinda do, or utility knives. And that is exactly what most people who wuold even question you having a knife on you that is visable and fairly large (the mora all-purpose I carry has the 5.8″ blade so I think it’s around 8″ total, give or take). 4) The mora is twice as sharp and probably 25-50% faster than the Ka-Bar Tanto. 5) Between that, my Tops Grim Reaper, my Becker BK-11 (gotta get those micarat handles for it, ironically the materials of the BK-11, with the handles, are slightly higher-grade than the Grim Reaper, and nearly the same amount of steel and material used, but the Tops is $100-150, the BK-11 would be $90 with the handles but the knife is $35 at amazon, the handles are also $35, lol so $70 for a top-shelf BAMF EDC, oh and $5 for the fucking clip, I wear it on my right side for a cross-draw and I can whip out my Spyderco Tasman fairly quickly too for a dual wield). I also carry a “Blachawk” push/punch dagger, fairly small. Aus-8 so entirely decent for the thickness, build, and intent-of-use and the correlation to the design. Between the 4-5 knives I carry on me every day (and sometimes a Canick TP-9 which I like more than my Glock 19 to be perfectly honest, or my .357 police shooter-six but that’s a full sized revolver, I also carry a S&W bodyguard but as a liberal gun owner, and someone who’s witnessed four shootings, two where people were actually shot, and one where I shot back and question to this day if I made the situation better or worse. Yes I saved-possibly-three people’s lives but I also had to shoot someone who MIGHT not have shot if I hadn’t pulled and escalated the situation, who knows?) But what I do know is carrying knives, along with mace, or my cane-sword (a proper one, a real one, made at least with 1055 spring steel or 5160, 1095, etc….. Val Alan Foster November 10, 2015 I,m 83 YO. retired. wishing to protect myself from attackers. I was impressed by your Heavy duty Stun Gun; VIPERTEK VT S 989. please advise how can i get it here in Perth Western Australia ?? Deadfrog September 8, 2016 Extendable baton, fixed tri-blades, guns, bear mace, tasers Just check local laws before you pick one.