I am aware of a new troubling scam that could lead to your house getting burglarized, or worse. You hear a knock on your door and open up to see a face that is clearly not from your neighborhood. You are given a lame spiel about magazine subscriptions while the potential intruder eyeballs the inside of your house for a possible place of entry, when you are not around of course. This very story was passed on to me minutes before I decided to pass the story on to you and to tell you how I am prepared to deal with such a potential violation of my personal security. High on a chest near my door squats a most menacing canister of Frontiersman Bear Attack Deterrent. This threatening canister packs 2.0% capsaicin and has a powerhouse 30-foot spray range. The Frontiersman will fend off a bear, so I will presume that the local magazine hustling gang will fall back in angst if hit with a face load of bear spray.
I don’t know about you, but for my money there is never a good reason to not be fully prepared and rehearsed for emergency. Think of it this way—what is the possible downside of having your family fully prepared? As a final note, while I believe the Frontiersman, has more than enough firepower to put the fear of god into the minor league nuisance crowd, I have plenty of advanced fire power if required. Simply scroll through our shotgun top 10 for a primer.
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