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  • How to Setup The Barking Watch Dog Alarm Add On Sensors & Remote Contols by HomeSafe

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    Updated 10/08/2018

     

    In part two of setup of the Safe Family Life, HomeSafe, or Streetwise Barking Watch Dog Alarm, we will cover the setup of our available Add On Motion Sensors, Door/Window/Vibration Sensors, and Remote Controls.

     

    These add on sensors are designed to protect a door or room in another area of your structure, to get around a metal object that the main unit cannot see through, or to place in an area that the barking dog unit sees constant movement, such as flags, plants, or animals. They do not sense through objects like the Main Barking Dog Unit does, but they can be placed on the other side of a metal object to send a signal to the main unit to bark, or to use with the Barking Dog Alarm sensitivity turned down which reduces range and movement detection on the main unit.

     

     It is important to setup and test the MAIN UNIT before you activate the sensors. To learn about set up of the main Barking Dog Unit, Please refer to Part One.

     

    Each of these add on products need to be matched to the Main Barking Dog Unit one at a time before they will work.

    Here is a short description of the sensors and remote control we have available. Set up instructions continue below.

     

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     The HomeSafe Motion Sensor; Model HA-Motion, is very sensitive and is designed to detect ANY motion in the 8 meter distance and and 110 degree angle of detection range of the window.  This non-adjustable sensor runs on one 9 volt battery and has a low battery indicator LED.

     

     

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    Using a magnetic contact and vibration technology, the HomeSafe Door/Window/Vibration Sensor is a multifunctional product that can cover a door or window, and pounding vibration-at the sensor body only. This sensor also has a small internal alarm speaker that can be switched on so the unit can be used independently of the Main Barking Dog Unit. (Extra magnetic contacts not included) can be added by wire in series to cover a number of areas. This sensor runs on one nine volt battery (not included) and has a low battery indicator LED.

     

     

    ForSecuritySake Outdoor wireless sensor

    Our newest sensor is the Indoor/Outdoor Adjustable Wireless Home Security Motion Sensor. It has adjustable distance up to 10 meters away and 150 degree adjustable angel of detection. There are doors on each side of the sensor window to cut down the area it can see and there is an adjustable distance sensitivity control in the battery compartment. Additional information is below under set up. This sensor runs with three long lasting alkaline AA batteries (not included).

     

     

    (Fig.3) Remote Control

    The Barking Watch Dog Alarm Main Unit comes with one remote control matched to the alarm at the factory. Additional remote controls can be added to the system. These additional remote control(s) have the same function as the one included.

     

     

    TO SETUP THE SENSORS AND MATCH THEM TO THE BARKING DOG ALARM:

    Make sure the Main Barking Watch Dog Alarm is plugged into power and that a fresh set of quality alkaline back-up batteries are installed correctly.

    Make sure you have setup and tested the Main Unit  to your satisfaction in the unit's current location. If you need to move the main unit to setup the sensors, be sure to mark the location so it can be returned.

     

    Have the Barking Dog Alarm turned on using the volume control, but in the disarmed mode.

    Follow the next step for each sensor, one at a time, to be added to your Barking Watch Dog Main Unit. If you already own wireless alarm sensors, make sure only the sensor you are adding is sending a signal. 

    Have a fresh good quality 9 volt, or in the case of the outdoor sensor 3 alkaline AA batteries correctly installed in the sensor and have it close to the Barking Dog Alarm. Wait at least one minute after installing the batteries before you attempt to match it.

     

     

     

    Press and hold the Learn button on the Barking Dog Alarm for about 2 seconds. You should hear one beep tone from the barking dog alarm to signify the unit is in learn mode. Depending on which sensor you have, follow the instructions below to make it trigger. You should hear two long beep tones that confirm that the sensor is now matched with the barking dog alarm. If you hear three or four beep tones the setup failed and needs to be attempted again, starting with the learn button on the main unit.

     

    For the Door/Vibration sensor:

     

    With the main unit in learn mode (described above) trigger the sensor by shaking it or moving the magnetic contacts away from each other. You should hear two long beep tones that confirm that the sensor is now matched. (The sensor also has an independent small alarm that can be turned on or off. This independent alarm switch has nothing to do with matching or operation of the barking dog alarm.)

     

    After testing, you can mount the sensor and magnetic contacts.

     

    For the Motion Sensors:

     

    Place the battery/batteries in one motion sensor and wait one minute for the sensor to setup. Place the main unit in learn mode as described above. Trigger the sensor by moving in front of it. You should hear two long beep tones that confirm that the sensor is now matched.

    After the sensors are matched to the barking dog alarm you can place each sensor in the area you want it to be, but don't mount until testing to make sure each sets off the Barking Watch Dog Alarm when triggered. If there are plants, or anything that moves in front of the sensor the alarm will continue to bark. You may need to move the object causing the movement, or the sensor to another area. In the case of the indoor/outdoor adjustable sensor, you may be able to use the featured *adjustments to block the movement from the sensor window or reduce the range the sensor detects.

     

    *Adjustments for the indoor/outdoor adjustable sensor:

     

    There are two sliding doors on each side of the sensor that limit the area that the detector sees and an adjustable setting in the battery compartment that adjusts the sensitivity distance that the sensor sees.

     

    Use the adjustable window doors to block areas that have movement you don't want to trigger the alarm.

     

    Use the adjustable sensitivity in the battery compartment to adjust the distance the sensor can see. Our adjustment tests ranged from about 10 feet to over 30 feet unobstructed.

    This adjustment has no affect to the sensitivity of the Main Barking Dog Alarm Unit. That is controlled with the main unit sensitivity switch.

     

    Once the alarm works properly with the sensor, you can mount it.

     

    TO SETUP ADDITIONAL REMOTE CONTROLS:

     

    An add on remote control will allow other family members or employees to control the main unit of the Barking Watchdog Alarm. To setup additional Remote Controls:

    Place a fresh button battery in the remote control. (One is included with the remote control.) Place the main unit in learn mode as described above. Trigger the remote control by pressing any of the three buttons. You should hear two long beep tones that confirm that the remote is now matched and ready for use. 

    You can add up to 16 total sensors and remotes to the HomeSafe Barking Dog Alarm model 639SR, SafeFamilyLife model EWD-1, or the StreetWise SWEWD.

     

     To see more information, or to purchase sensor(s), click here.

    We hope you enjoy the Barking Dog Alarm as much as we do.

     

    Return to Part One

  • How To Setup The HomeSafe; Safety Technology; SafeFamilyLife; Or StreetWise Barking Watch Dog Alarm

    Updated 10-08-2018 

     

    The Barking Dog Alarm Enhanced Setup Instructions

     

    Setup of Barking Dog Alarm brands Safety Technology & Safe Family Life model EWD-1, HomeSafe model 639SR, or StreetWise model SWEWD is a simple process once you are familiar with the unit. Please study these instructions, as this Main Unit is very sensitive and may need to be adjusted and moved as little as a few inches to reach the desired first time results.

     

     We have provided setup instructions in two parts. In part one; we have included basic setup instructions and considerations for placement of the Main Unit. In part two; we have included the process to expand the basic alarm unit by adding Motion Sensors, Remote Controls, and Door/Window Vibration sensors. Please DO NOT move on to part two until part one is completed.

     

     

    PART ONE:

     

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    How To Setup The Main Unit:

     

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    To start the setup, you need to install 8 AA size batteries so the unit can operate properly and supply backup in case of a power failure. Plug in the AC to 12 volt DC adaptor to the main unit DC power port (Fig.5).

     

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    Install the fresh included battery in the Remote Control.

     

     

    The Main Unit should be placed 2.5 to 5 feet from the floor with the battery side facing the object you want to see through. The speaker side faces inside the room where the sound will fill the area for a realistic sound from the outside. Fig A; B; C; and D show the right and wrong way to place the alarm around a door if it is made of metal. Notice that the alarm Main Unit is angled toward the outside of the door to improve the angle of detection.

     

     

    The Main Unit can also be mounted on the wall 2.5 to about 6 feet from the floor and away from heat sources.  Figures E and F show a wall mount with the broken lines showing a typical area of detection.

     

    All of the Barking Dog Alarm Main Units mentioned in these instructions are identical with the exception of the brand name and model. They are designed to see through wood; glass; brick; plastic; and other barriers.  During setup, keep in mind that the Main Unit will NOT see through metal and there may be reduced or no penetration through ultra-thick barriers; objects that contain rebar; metal window coatings; chicken wire and any other metal that is hidden in the wall. If you have an issue, adding an outdoor adjustable motion sensor should get around the problem.

    The Radar Wave/Microwave sensor is very sensitive and just like a real dog, when armed, it will activate at anything that it sees moving, including plant leaves; heavy rain; large insects; and curtains. The sensor will see movement from all sides, however only the Battery Side is designed to see through objects. The other sides have a reduced range and may activate the unit when you get close to it.

     

     

    Barking Dog Alarm Switches

    When set to bark, the Main Unit will give warning barks if it sees motion. If the motion continues the barking will get more vicious until the main unit no longer sees movement. The main unit will work best if it can continuously see a person as they walk toward it. The main unit can also be set to chime or siren.

     

     

     

    The Main Unit sensitivity control can be used to set the distance that the barking dog alarm will pick up movement. This maximum distance of this control depends on the object that the sensor is looking through. Keep in mind that the higher the sensitivity is set, the more movement it will see. You may also need to move the main unit if you are not getting the desired trigger. Even a few inches can make a difference.

     

     

    The Main Unit off/on volume control is used to power on the unit and set the desired volume of the bark, siren, or chime; depending on which sound type setting you have chosen.

     

    After selecting the location to place the Barking Dog Main Unit, you will want to test the range and loudness of the alarm. For first time power up of the main unit, it is recommended that the chime mode be used.

    Turn on the power by turning the power/volume adjustment switch (fig.1).  The Power/Battery low LED on the front of the Main Unit should glow green and the Arm LED may glow red indicating the alarm is armed.  

     

    *Note If you do not see the green LED, after your turn on your Main Unit, you are running on the batteries. Be sure the adapter is plugged in to AC power and the Alarm Unit DC port .

     

    If the Arm LED is not glowing red, Either press the Arm/Disarm button on side of the Main Unit or press the arm button on the Remote Control . The ARM LED on the front of the Main Unit will light up. In Bark mode you should hear a short bark, in chime mode you will hear a ding dong, and in alarm mode you should hear a beep. The alarm will then setup in about 60 seconds with a short beep. The Main Unit is now ready to protect your selected area.

    Test the alarm by walking through the area to be protected. Use the Sensitivity Adjustment to set the desired range of the Main Unit and the Volume Adjustment to set the desired sound level.

     

     

    IN BARK MODE:

     

    When motion is detected it will cause the alarm to trigger. You will hear a short bark and another if detection continues twice in five seconds. The Main Unit will continue barking for about ten seconds with more than two motion detections within five seconds. If detection continues, or there is a trigger from an add on sensor, Barking will be at its most vicious (see part Two of this article for setting up add on sensors). Barking will continue for ten seconds after motion is no longer detected.

     

     

    IN CHIME MODE:

     

    There will be a ding dong sound for each motion trigger, or add on sensor motion detection.

     

     

    IN ALARM MODE:

     

    The Main Unit will sound a 3 second siren alarm when it detects one trigger in 5 seconds. If there are two detections within five seconds, the alarm will sound for 6 seconds. If detection continues, or there is a trigger from an add on sensor (see part Two of this article for setting up add on sensors), the alarm will continue to sound and reset 20 seconds after motion is no longer detected. 

     

     

    TO DISARM THE SYSTEM:

     

    Press the ARM/DISARM button on the Main Unit, or press the DISARM button once on the Remote Control. The arm LED will go out and there should be a short beep.

     

     

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    THE REMOTE CONTROL PANIC BUTTON:

     

    The Panic Button on the Remote Control will sound a siren alarm for 20 seconds when pressed.

     

    THE MAIN UNIT LOW BATTERY INDICATOR:

     

    When the unit is plugged into home power and the Power/Battery low LED glows amber, it is time to change to a new set of AA Backup Batteries. Failure to do so may cause false triggers of the alarm Main Unit or failure of the alarm to detect if there is a power loss.

     

     

    The Main Unit includes one Remote Control that has been matched to the Main Unit at the factory. If you have, need to get around metal, or you plan to purchase Add On Motion Sensors, Door/Window Sensors, or extra Remote Controls, please read PART TWO for instructions to match them to the Barking Dog Main Unit and for setup.

     

    You can see our Barking Dog Alarm in Action by clicking Here. There will be a 4 minute video on the page. You may receive a browser message to see only secure content, or see all content. You will need to click on see all content to see the video.

     

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  • The Electronic Family Guard Dog

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    Updated 05-23-17

    I was watching a situation comedy the other night that reminded me of how violated people feel when they have been the victim of a home Burglary. I thought about the Electronic Family Guard Dog alarm and how thousands of people are using it now to protect their property.

    During the TV episode, the character’s apartment was burglarized. All his electronic equipment, compact music discs and movies were stolen. Not only did he loose his property, he felt much violated and even though he did not live alone, he developed a fear that he was no longer safe in his apartment.

    He added extra door locks and an elaborate alarm system, but when he began hearing noises, even the extra security didn't help him feel safe. He decided that the city he lived in was unsafe, so he decided to find a better place to live.

    He researched the entire United States and found a small town with the lowest crime rate. He packed up his belongings and traveled to the new town. When he arrived, he was greeted by a young man who offered to help him with his bags. When he gave the bags to the helpful young man, he ran away with his bags.

    This episode was fiction, but the point is that crime happens everywhere. You can’t move away from it.

    Many victims I have spoken with over my Law Enforcement career had one thing in common. They all felt violated because their castle, the one place they felt safe, had been broken into.

    The property was usually insured, but the suspects were never seen, so the victims now didn't know who to trust, or if the suspect(s) would come back for something missed.

    While people rarely move away because of a break in, they do take action and change locks, add security systems, and video cameras. This helps bring peace of mind, knowing you would be protected if there is another break in. But to ready, you need to be proactive and prepare for the probability that someday, your house will be chosen to see how easy it will be to break into.

    There are many ways to protect your property, but for the rest of this article, I want to talk about the one I mentioned above.

    The Electronic Family Guard Dog alarm takes Property Protection thinking a little out of the box. Most security systems sound an alarm after a break in has happened. What if your system could stop a Burglary before it happens?

    Having a large indoor family guard dog is a good deterrent for someone thinking about breaking into your house; the idea being that another house will be an easier target than yours. Think about the last time you walked up to a house and were met at the closed door by a large sounding barking dog? If you are like me, and most people, it makes you think that going into that house is not the best idea. But what if you can’t, don’t have the time, or desire to care for a live animal?

    The answer I found is the Electronic Barking Watch Dog Alarm. It gives you that large sounding barking dog without having to actually own a living animal to feed and clean up after.

    The expandable Homesafe SafeFamilyLife Electronic barking dog alarm uses a unique Microwave sensor technology that can see through wood, brick, glass, and most other walls and doors. The only thing I know of that it does not see through is metal.

    How it works:

    The main unit is placed in an area you want to protect. When motion is detected in the sensor area, the electronic family guard dog alarm will bark. If detection continues, the varied barking dog sounds will continue until motion is no longer detected.

    Up to 16 additional sensors can be placed in the area of, or on doors, windows, or walls to protect other areas of your home. These add on sensors can also help to get around metal that blocks microwave signals. Although these do not see through walls, if entry to the home is made, that large barking dog will sound from the other room.

    From outside the home, it sounds like there is a large barking dog inside the home; enough to make a would be intruder think twice.

    The included remote control can activate, disarm, or set off the barking dog alarm siren with a panic button.

    There are also settings to have the alarm chime or sound like a normal siren alarm.

    The Electronic barking dog alarm is proactive thinking for your personal and home’s protection.

    The Electronic Barking Family Watch Dog Alarm is powered by an included 12 volt adapter and has a battery backup (batteries not included)

    You can find out more about the HomeSafe Barking dog alarm at www.forsecuritysake.com and by clicking here to our sister site regarding the best barking dog alarms.

     

  • Prepare For Self Defense With Non Lethal Weapons

    I joined the Boy Scouts at the age of 10 and I first learned about the Scout motto Be Prepared at that time. At the age of 14 I switched to Police Cadet Explorer, which turned into a life long career. That motto has stuck with me throughout my life. I believe that it is a fact that between my Guardian angle and following that Scout motto, I have been saved from great bodily harm more than I care to talk with my family about.  

     

    A California police officer must prepare for self defense and carries a number of products on his body and duty belt that would rival some cartoon super heroes.

    A uniform tells his co workers who he is in a given situation.

    A bullet proof vest provides protection from gun shots and other weapons.

    At least one pair of handcuffs to keep suspects under control.

    Up to three or more non lethal weapons to help bring a suspect under control and to protect the officer when it is needed.

    These include:

    A can of Pepper spray

    A baton

    A Taser or stun gun

    A handgun with 12 to 18 rounds of preloaded ammunition, when lethal force is necessary

    Extra ammunition

    And fast becoming a needed product; some type of video device to record incidents with sound

     

    In addition to these always carried products, some special and dedicated officers have a trained  K9 or (Police Dog) to help find and disable suspects and to find evidence.  

    Police officers train all the time to use these products and K9s, so they will be ready when they are needed. (Notice that there is a when, not an if in the above sentence.)

     

    Today when you watch the news, or read the paper, you will notice that the number of police officers on the street have been cut by large amounts, due to the economy. The latest in my area is Isleton , California; because the city could not pay their State Comp insurance bill, the policy was canceled and the police department closed down. The already strapped Sacramento County Sheriff Department had to take over emergency calls, but the sheriff advised that his department would not take routine calls for service.

     

    Now that I am retired, I see the continued need to be prepared for myself. We still have law enforcement, but they will not be able to get to us as fast. Even when police departments have a full staff, the majority of police officers arrive at emergency calls for service after the incident is over.

     

    So we need to protect ourselves. I still prefer to prepare for self defense with a non lethal Pepper Spray and a Taser stun gun. Why not a handgun?

    A handgun carries with it a number of risks that you may not think of:

     

    First you must train and train often to be sure that you know how to use it, if it is ever needed.

    It must be cleaned and oiled often to keep it operational.

    And here are a few questions that you must ask:

    Is it legal for me to carry it?

    Do you know how to load it?

    Where is the safety?

    How do you aim it?

    What happens to the bullet if the gun is fired and the target is missed? For starters; It can go through a car door and out the second door and if fired inside the home, several walls and / or family members.

    On top of those, you have to ask yourself this important Question: Can my kids get to it. In most cases the answer to that question is yes.

    Do you think a handgun is safe under your pillow, or on the top shelf of a closet? Think again. Kids are smart and quick.

    A recent tragic incident in the Sacramento California area happened to a decorated Sheriff Deputy. He was in his garage cleaning his handgun(s). He finished and loaded one and placed it back on his cleaning table. He turned to get something and his five year old daughter quickly picked it up and shot herself by accident. She died almost instantly.

     

    Non Lethal weapons still need to be maintained and there are some restrictions you need to know about.

    Those with batteries need to be checked for power.

    Pepper Spray needs to be replaced after four years because of possible leaks and loss of propellant pressure.

    But when you prepare for self defense with non lethal weapons the chance for tragedies like the one above are nil. 

     

    Our mission at www.ForSecuritySake.com is to help you and your families live safer and more secure in your daily lives. Visit our site here for information on Stun Gun and Pepper Spray laws.  We try to keep this list updated, but to be sure you should check your local laws.

     

    For more information on why Non Lethal weapons are the best choice for you to prepare for Self Defense with non lethal weapons, read my blog post Non Lethal Weapons Are The Best Choice For Self Defense .

     

  • Non Lethal Weapons Are The Best Choice For Self Defense

    Smoking gunAfter a long law Enforcement career I have come to the decision that Non Lethal Weapons are the best choice for self defense and home protection.

    Things are not always what they seem to be. I have come across numerous situations where a lethal weapon, such as a firearm, has been detrimental instead of life saving.  I would like to share a few of these true stories with you.

    One involved a good friend of mine that was working at a open all night store and gas station. A place that we called "stop and rob" stores back then. As protection, my friend chose to take a snub nose 38 handgun to work with him.

    One night while he was attending the gas pumps, a man walked up to my friend with money in his hand to pay for just purchased fuel. Just as the man reached out to give my friend the money, he dropped it. As my friend reached down to pick it up, the man hit him over the head with a crow bar. My friend reached for his gun but could not take aim due to his injury. The man hit him again and took the gun from my friend. The man decided he wanted to keep the all the amunition in the gun and fled with some loot from the store. My friend ended up with a near fatal scull fracture and the man was later arrested and sent to prison.

    What could have worked better in this situation is OC Pepper Spray. The pepper spray could have been aimed and fired in a general direction of the attacker's face. The attacker would have been disoriented and blinded which may have saved my friend from the second blow of the crow bar.

     

    My second incident is about a parent living in a two story house. This parent's teenage daughter was asleep in a second story bedroom, a place that most people feel is safe from intruders from the outside.

    This parent could not sleep and was watching TV at 4 o'clock in the morning. He heard a noise on the roof of the house. It sounded like someone was walking up the roof. Knowing that there was an accessible window from that side of the roof, the parent went to his safe, opened it and loaded his single action Ruger 44 magnum. ( Clint Eastwood made the 44 magnum famous in the movie Dirty Harry  by declaring it the most powerful hand gun in the world). The parent took the gun upstairs and walked into his daughter's bedroom just as the intruder was making his way through her window.  The parent began to raise the gun to point it at the intruder and flinched, accidentally firing the cocked 44 magnum. The intruder was grazed in the head, knocking him out. He rolled off of the roof and landed in the home driveway.

    What at first looked like an averted attack, turned into an almost tragic incident instead. The intruder turned out to be a stepson that had gotten drunk and was attempting to sneek back into the house without waking a parent.

    What would have worked better here is a Taser. The Taser can shoot two darts that will stick to an attacker and shock for a period of thirty seconds, disrupting the ability of the attacker to control muscles. This can allow you to get family and yourself away and call for help. The Taser can also function as a stungun by pressing it against the attacker while delivering a shock.

     

    The third story is about a married couple where the husband worked the graveyard shift. The husband had purchased a handgun and had his wife promise to keep the handgun near her for protection.

    One night the husband became ill and went home sick. Not wanting to wake up his wife, the husband decided to sneek into the bedroom and slip into bed next to his wife. He was able to pull up the sheets before she shot him. Although not fatal, the marrage was not the same after that night.

    What would have worked better here would have been a Stun Master stun gun. A stun gun disrupts the muscle actions of an attacker and can cause confusion and muscle disfunction. This can allow you to get away and call for help.

    All three of these situations would have been better served by Non Leathal Weapons. They work as well in most situations and don't leave you in that life long dread of having taken a life, especially if it was by mistake.

    To learn more about non leathal products, visit us at www.ForSecuritySake.com

     

     

     

  • Tazer (Taser®) Products Will Help Protect You And Your Family

    Updated 05-20-16

    There is violence news in the headlines every day now. One that stands out, is about a young woman newly widowed and facing the challenge of having to take care of her baby as a single mother.

    A short time after her husband's funeral, the woman received a knock at her door. She was confronted with a young man that tried to talk his way into her home. She refused and he left.

    Later the man came back again with a friend and started to force their way into the woman's home. She retreated to a bedroom where she blockaded the door, obtained two weapons- one of which was a shotgun-, and called law enforcement for help.

    The dispatch tape of this call has been released and you can hear the woman ask the dispatcher if she could shoot the men if they entered her bedroom. The dispatcher told her that she could not give permission, but that she needed to do what ever was needed to protect her baby.

    The men reportedly forcibly entered the bedroom with a knife and one of them was killed when the women used the shotgun. The second suspect ran away.

    The way this was reported shows that the woman thought about her family's safety first and she was able to protect her baby and herself successfully. If she didn't have her weapons, or if she hadn't  known how to use them, this situation would have had a very different ending.

    Are you ready for a similar thing if it were to happen to you? If you prefer not to use, or don't have a firearm, do you have a non-lethal Taser, Pepper Spray, or a Stun gun? The time to prepare is now. The above type of incident can happen to anyone anywhere.

    Non-Lethal weapons can be a better choice than a lethal firearm, because you won't hesitate to use them. Although the experience is tramatic to begin with, adding the burden that you took a life stays with you forever.  A non- lethal product will cause pain, or temporally incapacitate an attacker while you get safely away.

    Personally, I prefer to carry a  Taser, or Stun Gun and Pepper Spray wherever my family goes. Lets compare each of these non lethal weapons.

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    Taser, sometimes misspelled Tazer, products will help protect you and your family. Specifically designed for the general public, the Taser C2, or the new Taser Bolt work similar to and can work as a stun gun, but has darts that shoot out to the attacker.  Wires from the darts connected to the Taser body allow a 30 second burst of electrical pulses that shock the recipient of the darts with 50,000 volts.  The Taser is designed for you to drop the Taser while the attacker is unable to control his muscles for 30 seconds, giving you time to get away and get help.  You can get more information and watch our Taser Videos by clicking on this link. If you get the message only secure content is shown, you will have to click on show all content to see the videos.

    Pepper Spray is inexpensive, easy to carry in a car, pocket, or purse, and is effective. Sprayed in the face of an attacker pepper spray will cause a burning sensation and cause the attacker to be confused and unable to focus.

    A Stun Gun is inexpensive, easy to carry in a car, belt holster, pocket, or purse. Holding an activated stun gun against an attacker can cause pain, muscle dysfunction, and disorientation.

    You can learn more and purchase these products at https://www.ForSecuritySake.com

    Be ready! Protect your family and yourself.

     

     

     

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