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Looking for Stun Guns or Tasers?

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Stun guns are currently one of the most popular defensive tools around, especially among women. While stun guns don’t have all the same advantages as a true firearm, like range and the ability to completely incapacitate your attacker, guns aren’t always accessible and they can’t be carried in as many places. In this guide, I’ll talk about why you might want to carry a stun gun, then teach you how to comfortably and effectively use and carry your stun gun. Remember to use common sense safety precautions like staying in well-lit areas, walking with other people, and moving confidently. Unfortunately, there’s nothing that you can do to guarantee that you won’t be attacked, so it’s also important to be prepared. When moving through a potentially unsafe area, keep your stun gun in your hand so you’re ready for an attack, and turn off the safety as soon as you feel threatened.
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We've Got Knives!

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While the origins of our species are certainly the subject of much-heated debate, the fact remains that knives - in one form or another - have been around for just about as long as we have because of their utility. While technology has evolved, affording us the ability to develop countless variations on the classic tool, knives remain largely the same: a blade on one end and a handle on the other. The reason being that knives are possibly the most versatile tool ever known to man. And as the old adage goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. You’d think that, with so much intrinsic value, everyone would carry one around in their pocket.
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Looking for MACE or Pepper Sprays?

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Pepper Spray
Students, faculty, and staff are permitted to carry pepper spray on university grounds and buildings. Pepper spray is not considered a weapon on VCU’s campuses.
Pepper Spray Facts:
  • Pepper spray is a defensive device, used to temporarily stop a threat and allow the user to escape physical harm from their assailant.  It is unlawful for the user to use pepper spray for any other reason and could incur criminal and civil penalties if used for other purposes.
  • Pepper spray should only be used if you or another are actively in danger of physical harm from a person or animal. 
  • Spray the attacker in the face and eyes for best effect.  Pepper spray may not be as effective on intoxicated people or those who have a high threshold to pain.  Don’t rely totally on pepper spray to stop an attack.
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