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Personal Alarms

When any person is likely to cause harm to your person, your property or your home, you are likely to take some action to stop this, an action that is called self-defense. In United States law, self-defense is legal and is classified as any violent act that is used against an unjustified assailant and is considered an action that is justified and therefore deserves a minimal or no punishment. There is, however, a debate about the use of firearms and their legality, though they are considered along with other less lethal weapons, as self-defense weapons that you can use to protect yourself or your property. There are other devices that can be used for self-defense that you can use without fear of going against the law. These devices, like stun guns, personal alarms, or pepper sprays give you an advantage of tactical surprise against your attackers. These products can not permanently overpower any assailant but give you a chance to escape and report your attack immediately to the police. Telling the story to the police first is always an advantage. Self-defense rights vary from state to state. There is, however, a consistency in all the laws, that you have a right to self-defense when you are physically in danger from others. You will do well to avoid any dangerous situation, but this may not always be possible. If you are then forced into a situation where you have to use a weapon in self-defense, provide the police with complete information that is factual. Inform them of the situation you found yourself in and the weapon that you used for your self-defense. Most states allow the use of a number of self-defense products. These are batons, tear gas, pepper spray, stun guns, tasers and personal alarms but there is a definite law in each state regarding their use of each of these products. In most states, it is quite legal to own these self-defense weapons. Some states may require you to have a permit to carry and use some of these items. Every state has its own law that lays down the guidelines for owning, carrying and use of a self-defense weapon. When you are in the market for these products you will do well to ask questions and get all the necessary information before you decide on the one that is the most suitable for you to use for protection. Among the many self-defense products, are the ones that can prevent the burglary of your home. Defense products that guard the perimeter of your home can help to dissuade people with nefarious intent, from invading your home.

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