Proactively Protecting Yourself from the Police (Or, How To Sabotage The Police) | SnallaBolaget.com

There’s no denying it anymore – police in the US have become a liability to most situations and societies. Year after year, they manage to clock up a four digit figure of killings, where a disturbing number of bodies are found to have been no threat – no weapon, in other words, or weapons that …

Car Security – Essential In-Car Kit | SnallaBolaget.com

Driving around exposes most of us to more people than most other situations we encounter in everyday life. In that throng, there are bound to be several unsavory characters, as well as unstable people, unhappy people, angry people and plain lunatics, and what’s worse is that they’re all driving 2-ton weaponry around on the streets. …

Rogue Cops & Self Defence – your right to defend yourself against cops

During the last few years, there’s seemingly been an outbreak of sorts of rogue cops, police brutality, illegal activity by police and law enforcement. While it’s a problem not localized to the US, it seems the development has been particularly disturbing there, while other nations have seen improvements. The number of complaints and law suits …

Guest Post: 6 Reasons Why Laser Sights for Pistols What You’re Missing

Whether you own your handgun for recreation or self-defense, the aim,┬ápardon the pun, is the same; to make sure you can hit the target as fast and as accurately as possible. While there is no real replacement for practise, one small item can increase your chances at achieving both goals, a laser sight. Here are …

PWaT #3

Pepperspray (pepper) and Mace. Pepper and mace are the two strongest forms of non-lethal weapons private citizens can carry. Anything more potent, and the risk of injury to others, possibly fatal injury or harm, is severely elevated. To make it clear, we will not be covering the use of knives or guns in this series, …

PWaT #2

Sound. In addition to light, making specific, loud noise is your best defense when faced with an attack or some sort of hostile action. The human ear is designed to be pretty sensitive, and while noise will bother us, anything under 80 decibel is acceptable. However, when we reach 100+ decibels of sound pressure, our …