BRUTUS THE BULLDOG

BRUTUS THE BULLDOG

When it comes to self defense you need solutions that are effective and easily accessible. One great option are self defense keychains which are either made out of impact resistant plastics or in some cases metal alloy. This has been an ever growing trend in the United States amongst civilians and they can serve as a great last ditch defense tool. One such tool is the Brutus Bulldog which is made to fit onto a civilians keychain and constructed of extremely tough plastic composite. Since this item is meant to attach to keychains it makes it extremely accessible and convenient since most people carry keys with them on a daily basis. The Brutus Bulldog acts similar in fashion to old school brass knuckles as it is meant to be used in a punching motion and it's pointed ears can be used to slash and gouge at an attacker. The eyes of Brutus are where the user would insert their index and...
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Kubotans

Kubotans

These weapons are usually constructed of metal alloy, wood, or polymer composite. They can be used as a last ditch self defense platform used to strike and manipulate pressure points of assailants. They can have pointed, rounded, or flat tips. Many of them can be carried unassumingly on a keychain and outfitted with a lanyard. The ideal target zones in self defense include bony, fleshy and sensitive parts such as knuckles, forearms, the bridge of the nose, shins, stomach, solar plexus, spine, temple, ribs, groin, neck and eyes. The kubotan was developed by Sōke Takayuki Kubota in the late 1960's and first adopted by the LAPD in the 1970's as a less lethal tool utilized by female officers. Since that time most law enforcement agencies have dropped the kubotan and picked up the telescopic or tactical baton as a less lethal striking weapon. However, many consumers still carry the kubotan as a self defense option due to it's light weight and ease...
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