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NCJ Number: 68879 Find in a Library
Title: SAVE-YOUR-LIFE DEFENSE HANDBOOK
Author(s): M BRAUN
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 198
Sponsoring Agency: Devin-Adair Publishers
Old Greenwich, CT 06870
Sale Source: Devin-Adair Publishers
143 Sound Beach Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT 06870
United States of America
Type: Training (Handbook/Manual)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: METHODS OF SECURING THE HOME, HAND-TO-HAND COMBAT, GUNFIGHTING, AND KNIFE FIGHTING ARE EXPLAINED IN THIS HANDBOOK INTENDED TO HELP HOMEOWNERS PROTECT THEIR PROPERTY AND FAMILIES.
Abstract: EASY-TO-FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS SUITABLE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN ALSO COVER THE USE OF SHOTGUNS AND HANDGUNS, INCLUDING WHERE TO STORE WEAPONS AND THE USE OF ATTACK DOGS. A SECTION ON HOME SECURITY INCLUDES SUGGESTIONS ON THE USE OF LOCKS, ALARM SYSTEMS, AND WATCHDOGS, AND SPECIAL ADVICE IS PROVIDED FOR SENIOR CITIZENS. A TOTAL OF 60 HALFTONE ILLUSTRATIONS CLARIFY THESE TECHNIQUES. AN APPENDIX SUMMARIZES AVAILABLE WEAPONS.
Index Term(s): Alarm systems; Confrontation tactics; Firearms; Locks; Personal Security/Self Protection; Residential security; Self defense
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