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HOW TO DEFEND YOUR FAMILY AND HOME: Outsmart an Invader, Secure Your Home, Prevent a Burglary and Protect Your Loved Ones from Any Threat
Effective techniques and essential insider knowledge to help anyone prevent or survive a home invasion
C:\Users\wphillips\Dropbox (Macmillan Publishers)\backup-PC\Downloads\9781624143632_FC.jpgDave Young has survived his fair share of violent attacks, including witnessing a home invasion first-hand as a teenager when two burglars broke into his home. Fortunately, his family was okay, but the terrifying experience motivated him to dedicate the rest of his life to helping others survive life’s dangers. Now a seasoned veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and police force, Dave has packed this book with everything he’s seen and learned about home invasions. This life-saving information will turn chilling “what-if” scenarios into planned strategies to protect your loved ones and belongings from any threat.
Dave uses practical, everyday language to help you view your home from a criminal’s perspective, identify weak spots in your defense and correct them—effectively scratching your home off their target list. He uses real-life examples to teach how to recognize a threat scouting your neighborhood or home. Plus you’ll get detailed instructions on using unconventional weapons of opportunity placed smartly throughout the home and so much more. This book is for everyone—whether you own a firearm or not—because in reality, you can’t depend on a gun to save you in every situation. What will truly keep you safe is a better sense of awareness, the ability to recognize danger and the knowledge of what to do when you can’t avoid it, all of which you’ll learn here. Don’t let another day go by when your family could be at risk—start your proactive family defense strategy today.
About the author:
Dave Young is a renowned expert in personal safety and defense for civilians, law enforcement and the U.S. military. He has more than 30 years of experience combined as a police officer and U.S. Marine. As the founder and director of Arma Training and cofounder of Vistelar, he has trained police, security and military personnel to survive attacks, including responding to home invasions and active shooters. Dave’s expertise has been featured on CNN, Fox News and National Geographic.
Praise for How to Defend Your Family and Home:
“Dave Young is a pioneer in modern practical self-defense solutions. His new book offers the right medicine to remedy our natural fears. Read this book slowly, then read it again. Your life just might depend on it.” —Roy Bedard, M.Sc., police trainer and president at RRB Systems International, former Team USA member in karate
“This is one hell of a resource text that every home owner, police officer and civilian ‘don’t become a victim’ trainers will want to have in their library. I know of no other authoritative text that contains this material in such a comprehensive yet concise format.” —Dave Grossi, retired police lieutenant, former lead instructor for the Calibre Press, Inc. Street Survival Seminars
“I have known Dave Young for over 20 years and still learn new survival skills every time we train together. Dave’s ability to see a problem, quickly process outcomes and provide a sound tactical solution has made him one of the most recognized tactical trainers in the industry. He has a balanced blend of personal and professional experience that allows him to develop solutions to life-and-death personal safety threats that have value to both the tactical expert and the new kid on the block. With this book, Dave’s focus is not just on surviving a home invasion, but winning, i.e., prevailing physically, emotionally and legally. This is a must-read book for people who want to keep themselves and their family safe.” —Gary T. Klugiewicz, nationally renowned tactical trainer, co-founder of Vistelar
“A must-have for home owners!” —Ed Nowicki, founder/owner of the Facebook group Police Supporter
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