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"I Don't Feel Safe In My Own Home Alone."

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That's a phrase we seem to be hearing a lot these days and that's a devastatingly sad thing for me to hear. If there's one place in the whole world you should feel safe and comfortable it should be in your own home. Some people are downright paranoid and I can't say I blame them. It's a crazy world out there full of crazy people and I don't know if it's just the media, I'm getting older, or I'm more aware these days but it seems to be getting worse as time moves along. Not better.

So what can you do to find some peace of mind and feel protected in your own home?

Something as simple as a door or window alarm might just do the trick. Knowing that no one is going to enter your house in the middle of the night without you knowing can be a huge relief! Actually, if one of our super loud alarms go off -- that criminal is running away as fast and as far as they can. No one enters a building or car with the alarm going off unless they own it. We also offer a motion activated outdoor siren! Guess how long people stick around when that thing is going off!

Another option is a Surveillance System. Knowing that you can see every inch of your home, inside or out, can definitely help you feel at ease. No more dark corners. No more hidden back door entrance.

Yet another option is the choice to physically defend yourself. Whether it's a Taser, a stun gun, or a can of Mace designed to ward off Grizzly Bears we've got you covered.

Why Not Just Buy A Gun?

I understand why this is a lot of people's go-to option but the truth of having a gun in the house, especially when you're not a "gun person" often ends in more tragedy than heroism. Children shoot themselves or each other, people accidentally shoot loved ones by mistaking them for an intruder or accidentally shoot themselves. I live about 20 minutes away from the old Ohio State Reformatory, where they filmed The Shawshank Redemption.

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In 1950, the warden of the reformatory's wife Helen Glattke was reaching for a jewelry box in the closet when a loaded handgun fell to the floor and discharged into her chest. She died the next day and is now one of the many ghosts claimed to have been spotted wandering around the facility. No peace of mind for her.(side note: it's also allegedly one of the most haunted places on the planet so if you're into that thing you should check it out)

The point is that when you have a gun in the house and you intend to use it to defend yourself then that gun has to be easily accessible and ready to go! The problem with that is: Leaving a loaded gun in the drawer of your nightstand so it's easy to get to is a terrible idea and good luck fumbling around with trigger locks and all that nonsense while you're being chased around your house by an axe-murderer! Okay, that's a little extreme but you get my point. If your 3-year-old finds your can of OC Spray and accidentally shoots themselves it'll hurt like hell and they'll never do it ever again! If they find your .45 ACP and accidentally shoot themselves...you know.

Security, Surveillance, and Non-Lethal self-defense is the way to go. 99% of the time you don't have to kill someone to defend yourself.

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