Home invaders are a “different” kind of criminal…
They don’t care for your television.
What they want is more personal… the thrill of watching you and your family suffer at the whim of their sick, sadistic hands.
And they’re sneaky…
That’s why my buddy EJ Owens filmed a complete “tactical home defense” video course on how to prepare now for a violent home invasion and, as a special favor, he’s offering my subscribers a special deal this week only here…
Now you must realize that home invaders expect that you as a home owner could possibly fight back – which is why they’ll use deception and ambush tactics to quickly overwhelm you before you can counterattack.
Your best defense is obviously going to be a weapon – preferably a firearm – but since you never know where you may be inside your home when your attacker(s) strike, you should think about these…
If you’re one of the “prepared protectors” who believe that a firearm isn’t only a right – but also your responsibility to be fully prepared when a criminal enters your home to victimize those you love, then it’s time you take a closer look at your home defense plan.
In this week’s interview, EJ laid out a comprehensive goal for your home defense arsenal that focuses on the military acronym, P.A.C.E.
Here’s how it lays out for you…
PRIMARY Home Defense Weapon
Your “primary” home defense weapon is the one that will be the fastest to get to and the one you’re most trained with.
It’s your “go-to” man-stopper that you can get your hands on lightening fast when an intruder is in the process of forcing his way past your spouse who was ambushed at the front door.
Best case scenario, that will be a handgun you carry on you at all times – even when at home.
ALTERNATE Home Defense Weapons
When your primary weapon isn’t in action or for some reason you’re not able to get to it, you need a back-up.
This should also be a weapon you can reach quickly, perhaps even before you make it to your primary weapon.
It may be a tactical pen or a flashlight you keep on your belt.
It could even be an “improvised weapon” using something you have lying around that you can grab in an instant and use to fend off your attacker until you can get to your primary weapon.
(Tip: Walk around your home and see how many regular objects are in each room that would also be a good “instant weapon”!)
CONTINGENCY Home Defense Weapons
As part of your tactical home defense plan, one of the things you must prepare for is to identify and equip a “safe room” that you and your family can fall back to and make a stand against a home invasion attack.
EJ’s “tactical home defense” video shows you everything you need to know to do this in your own home, which is why I’m hoping you take advantage of the killer deal I hooked up for you here…
For example, inside your safe room, you should have a weapon you can use – or hand off to your spouse or able-bodied child – in order to defend together.
But you need other items too… and a specially staged weapon that’s NOT your primary weapon just in case you fall back without first being able to get to your first choice gun.
EMERGENCY Home Defense Weapons
These are your “last ditch” life-savers that you can hide around your home.
A good example is a collapsible baton hidden in between your couch cushions.
We even talk about a hidden edged weapon inside each bathroom – like behind (or even inside) the back tank of the toilet.
If you’re being held hostage and are “allowed” to use the bathroom, you may be able to get to a knife and surprise your attacker when exiting.
Mapping Out Your Tactical Home Defense Plan…
As you can see, putting together your home defense weapons plan isn’t as simple as just having a gun safe or keeping your smoke-wagon in the top nightstand drawer.
Home invaders are masters at getting the drop on their victims and they’ll attack when you least expect it.
You need to be just as sneaky if you’re going to survive and protec the ones you love from their sadistic perversions.
I beg you to take advantage of EJ’s insane discount on his tactical home defense video course he’s offering you this week as one of my subscribers
The time to prepare ISN’T when some thug is breaking down your door or you hear footsteps in your living room at night.
It’s right now.