Prepper's Armed Defense: Lifesaving Firearms and Alternative Weapons to Purchase, Master and Stockpile

Prepper's Armed Defense: Lifesaving Firearms and Alternative Weapons to Purchase, Master and Stockpile

by Jim Cobb

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Overview


A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO GUN OPTIONS AS WELL AS NON-LETHAL & HOMEMADE ALTERNATIVES NEEDED FOR NEUTRALIZING ATTACKERS AFTER A CATASTROPHIC COLLAPSE

Does your disaster preparation plan include security measures? When civilization fails and the desperate masses begin looting, they will come for your food, water, and life-sustaining supplies. To protect these, as well as your family and home, you must be fully armed with weapons, tactics, and strategic methods of self-defense.

This book shows you how to choose the most powerful tools for protection. It’s a comprehensive, no-holds-barred guide to all types of weapons, including:

• Close-Combat
• House Fortifications
• Non-Lethal Options
• Defensive Techniques
• Improvised Arms

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612435619
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Series: Preppers
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Jim Cobb is a disaster readiness expert. He has been a prepper for most of his life and has worked almost twenty years in the security management and investigation fields. Jim writes The Frugal Prepper column in Survivalist Magazine as well as a daily blog for Survival-Gear.com. Jim’s primary home online is found at SurvivalWeekly.com. He lives and works in the Upper Midwest, sequestered in a fortified bunker with his lovely wife and their three kids.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Chapter 1 The Realities of Self-Defense 5

Chapter 2 Non-Lethal Self-Defense Options 21

Chapter 3 Firearms 37

Chapter 4 Projectile Weapons 80

Chapter 5 Knives 96

Chapter 6 Melee Weapons 119

Chapter 7 Martial Arts Weapons 131

Chapter 8 Homemade Weapons 143

Chapter 9 Force Multipliers 155

Final Thoughts 166

Resources 168

Credits 170

Index 171

Acknowledgments 177

About the Author 178

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