on 8 July 2014
ludicrous nonsense. If you wish to see a few black and white pictures which look like they came from the 70's cop series, The Professionals, complete with flared jeans, then go ahead, make a purchase. A long random list of household objects which may be used as weapons. A hatchet, goodness, who would have thought? A baseball bat, extraordinary. Best of all, a chicken baster, which you are advised to use, presumably if you are assailed whilst making the Christmas dinner, to squirt hot liquid onto your opponent, or better still, if you have a hypodermic needle handy, you can attach it to the baster and inject your attacker with some poisonous liquid. I kid you not! Presumably if you have a hypodermic needle, then I suppose it would be a safe bet that you have a syringe to go with it. If so why would you wish to attach it to a chicken baster? As I alluded to earlier though, the best picture in the book, is the close up of someone's ass, and an antique trainer protruding from and enormous denim bell bottom, delivering a swift boot to the villains business area. The best defence anyone can adopt is to be aware of their surroundings, and avoid potentially dangerous situations by being constantly vigilant. As for your home, make sure no one can gain access, and if they do, make sure they regret it.
on 22 November 2011
I'm a martial artist and as such interested in any fighting system or advice to see how to respond or use that. This book gives a very direct view in how to use everyday items as weapons, how to use them to hurt or even kill attackers. If you are a skilled fighter, you will see how useful the ideas are in a real live situation. Only hope you remember when confronted with attackers.