I purchased a few of these, one to give to my wife. Anyone have any resources on these such as DVD's, books, etc so she can learn how to use the tool effectively?
What suggestion could you offer me for my wife to carry while she is at work? She does home based therapy for parents of children with special needs. However, company policy strictly dictates what can and can not be carried while she is working.Nose Nuggets said:99% of this tools effectiveness is based on the knowledge and application of the user. you cant just grab it and start blindly poking, and thats why i would never suggest a kuboton as a primary defense tool for a female and even most males. people tend to forget that most people would have a snap freak-out reaction in almost any event that would require the use of kuboton (or any self defense tool). thats why i suggest mace/pepper spray to those who cant carry a firearm. just grab it and start spraying and running. even if you catch a pedestrian with the spray its just temporarily uncomfertible. but a kuboton is wholey useless if you cant keep your cool or worse,
I worry more about this stuff then she does. Having said that, I think she would be in SERIOUS trouble if a special needs kid got ahold of some defensive spray.Nose Nuggets said:hairspray and a lighter.
honestly, i dont know. anything good is on the list of prohibited items. if she can carry a purse to work i would still carry pepper spray. the question she needs to ask is a little more personal safety worth disciplinary action or loosing her job?
is she worried about her patients or the traveling to patients and normal day to day stuff? because she can leave the spray in the car while she is visiting with patients.