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Prepper’s Armed Defense

By Jim Cobb

A comprehensive guide to gun options as well as non-lethal and homemade alternatives needed for neutralizing attackers after a catastrophic collapse

 

A massive disaster strikes. Civilization breaks down and with it goes the thin blue line of police protection. Days or even weeks pass before the National Guard arrives to protect law-abiding citizens. In the mean time, it’s every man, woman, and family for themselves. Having self-sufficient means for protecting your family at this critical moment is essential. Thankfully, Prepper’s Armed Defense details exactly how to achieve this high level of life-saving readiness. Opening with a survey of firearm options including handguns, rifles, and shotguns, Prepper’s Armed Defense is the ultimate resource for deciding on your most powerful tool for protection. However, the author goes further with details on becoming an expert marksman, tips on maximizing a gun’s usefulness for defensive purposes, as well as helpful advice on safely stockpiling and fully utilizing ammunition. Far more than a gun guide, Prepper’s Armed Defense is the most comprehensive, no-holds-barred guide to all type of weapons, including knives and other edged weapons; non-lethal weapons like pepper spray, tasers and stun guns; plus last-minute improvised weapons made from common household items.

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Jim Cobb
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Jim Cobb

Jim Cobb is the author of Prepper’s Home Defense and The Prepper’s Complete Book of Disaster Readiness (2013). Mr. Cobb is a prepper and survivalist and author of the website SurvivalWeekly.com. He lives in Wisconsin.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: June 2016

ISBN-10: 1612435610
ISBN-13: 9781612435619

Trade Paper
6" x 9"
224 pages

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