Non-lethal self-defense tools like stun guns and pepper spray are all the rage now in Germany as that country’s citizens do what they can to better protect themselves in the face of what many there see as increasingly grave threats to their safety.
Czech manufacturer Euro Security Products (ESP) is the big player in stun guns in the German market, and owner Bretislav Kostal is declaring that his outfit cannot make the tools fast enough at the present time. According to Kostal, ESP’s normal capacity for stun gun production sits at around 3,000 per month, but the company is now working overtime to raise the output to 4,000 per month in order to accommodate the shrply-increased demand.
European countries are notorious for their strict regulations on both lethal and non-lethal self-defense implements, and Germany is presently one of the few nations on the continent where stun guns are available for sale to the public.
As we can see “regular people” all over the world are interested in staying safe during these dangerous times. Stun guns and other, similar tools can have a great deal of utility, but I am of a mind that it is important to be able to handle yourself when you are entirely unarmed, as well. Granted, your ability to definitively safeguard yourself and your family may not be quite as great as when you are in possession of a firearm, or perhaps even the right kind of non-lethal weapon, but neither should you decide that you will be entirely helpless if you have no weapon at all.
To that end, I encourage you to take a look at a great piece of unarmed self-defense instructional material called 15 Brutal Fight Enders. 15 Brutal Fight Enders is a two-DVD set that teaches simple moves designed to quickly and effectively end a street conflict. A wide variety of techniques are demonstrated by a host of quality instructors, including former U.S., Israeli, and Russian military special operators, hall of fame martial artists, even a one-time federal prison inmate. There are so many scenarios and defenses covered that it’s not possible to describe them all in this space, but they include techniques to defend against punches, bear hugs, headlocks…how to respond to an attack using head butts and bites (that’s right, I said bites)…even how to effectively use improvised weapons, including a comb, to defend yourself. The total length of the video trainings is a little over an hour and a half.
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By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large