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Minimum Damage Maximum Effect DVD with Jim Grover

SKU# BV-9771

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Realistic self-defense means being prepared for any situation, from a belligerent drunk to a ruthless serial killer. To do this, you need the right tools for the job � and the knowledge to use them effectively.

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Realistic self-defense means being prepared for any situation, from a belligerent drunk to a ruthless serial killer. To do this, you need the right tools for the job � and the knowledge to use them effectively. In this unique video, renowned personal security expert Kelly McCann presents a complete course in the use of less-lethal weapons � devices that can effectively incapacitate an attacker without having to resort to lethal force. McCann begins by discussing common hand-held self-defense devices and teaches you how to determine the difference between a useless gimmick and a true life-saving tool. He then reveals the secrets of improvised weaponry and shows you how to turn common items like credit cards and ballpoint pens into powerful defensive weapons. Finally, he gives you a no-nonsense course in the realistic defensive use of pepper spray, including proper selection, carry, and deployment; street-proven tactical applications; and immediate backup plans for times when the spray alone isn�t enough. This is one of the most eye-opening self-defense videos ever produced and a must for anyone concerned with practical self-defense.
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SKU BV-9771
Release Date Oct 5, 2004
Other Info No
Format DVD-R NTSC
Languages English
Length 60 min.

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