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Steel Baton: A Great Self-Defense Tool (Part II)

Steel Baton: A Great Self-Defense Tool (Part II)

Steel Batons Hide Easily Unlike pepper spray, tasers, hand guns, or other self-defense tools, a steel baton is easy to hide. Other Self Defense Tools are Hard to Conceal Handguns aren’t the only self-defense tools that are hard to conceal. Pepper spray, though easy to hide and small, can accidentally spray if you aren’t careful. Some tasers are bulky. Like pepper spray, it can accidentally harm you if not carried accurately. Knives can clearly harm the person carrying them if they aren’t…

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Steel Baton: A Great Self-Defense Tool (Part I)

Steel Baton: A Great Self-Defense Tool (Part I)

There is lots you can do to keep yourself safe and not get into a treacherous situation. Though, you could still be in danger just going about your business. That’s why so many folks are deciding to arm themselves with self-defense tools. From stun guns to hand guns, there are endless possibilities. But not all self-defense weapons are right for carrying. There are those that are too large to be concealed. Others are hard to use, or need a permit to carry….

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You Know What You Can Do With Your Hatchet!!? (Part II)

You Know What You Can Do With Your Hatchet!!? (Part II)

Not like knives, you usually won’t find the sort of steel hatchets are made from listed. However, if you’re spending over $55, that’s really something you should look for. A harder steel like D2 is good for a heavy use hatchet. You don’t want the pliancy of lower-carbon steel in a stiff, huge hatchet head. And it’s a tool, not a cabinet king, so it doesn’t necessitate stainless. Any surface rust that is there will wear off with usage. You…

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The Best Tool in Keeping Your Air Mold-Free: Try an Air Purifier

The Best Tool in Keeping Your Air Mold-Free: Try an Air Purifier

What is Mold? Molds are sorts of fungi, micro-organisms that are decomposers of dead organic materials, like wood, plants, and leaves. The spores and hair-like bodies of mold colonies are too little to see with the human eye. They can only be seen with a microscope. When a lot of mold colonies are growing together, they look green, black, or blue. Normally, molds grow in humid, damp, wet conditions. Although basements and showers areas are vulnerable to mold growth, mold…

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The Best Stair Gates for Kids

The Best Stair Gates for Kids

Just like the name says, stair gates stops little people from trying to climb your stairs. As a parent, you need eyes in the back of your head to watch your child at all times. Truthfully, this isn’t always achievable. A stair gates not only stop your kid from tearing up your second floor, it keeps your little one from leaving you any unpleasant surprises. If you want to know which stair gates are at the top of the class,…

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Best Switchblade for Personal Protection – The Stiletto

Best Switchblade for Personal Protection – The Stiletto

A stiletto knife is an out-the-front knife in which the pocket knife has a blade that closes and opens from one end of the handle. This is different from the mass of pocket knives available. Most of them are either the usual folding knife or a fixed blade knife without any mechanical operation. The knife’s blade is released by pressing a lever, button, or some other sort of mechanism. Once the lever or button is pressed, the blade comes out…

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The 411 on Assist Opening Knives

The 411 on Assist Opening Knives

What is an Assisted Opening Knife? An assisted opening knife is a folding knife that uses an internal mechanism to completely open when you push a flipper or thumb stud. An assisted opening knife is at times confused with a switchblade. A switchblade will completely open when you push on a lever or button. An assisted opening knife won’t entirely come out until you release it to some extent and then the spring pushes the blade out of the handle,…

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How to Sharpen a Knife Without a Sharpener

How to Sharpen a Knife Without a Sharpener

In truth, you should frequently sharpen your knives with a sharpener. Using a knife sharpener to sharpen your blades ensures that the correct amount of pressure will be put on the blade to give the edge razor sharpness. Nonetheless, if you are hunting or camping, you probably don’t want to carry a knife sharpener around with you. You will be pleased to know that there are a couple of other ways to keep your knives sharp without using a knife…

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Creating Your Own DIY Toolkit

Creating Your Own DIY Toolkit

Every residence should have an all-inclusive toolkit, but you don’t need to buy a huge kit all at once. It is best to pick up tools as you need and they are affordable. As a general rule, it’s best to spend money on well-made items that will last longer. The Toolbox Strength and sufficient room are the most critical factors to ponder when selecting a toolbox. Most toolboxes have numerous compartments that aid in keeping tools organized. The compartmentalized Some…

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What Tools Meteorologists Use to Predict the Weather

What Tools Meteorologists Use to Predict the Weather

Meteorologists have continually watched the conditions that affect the weather. Over time though, the tools have become innovative. As technology grew, our scientists started to use more effective equipment to gather additional data. These technological advances allow meteorologists to make enhanced predictions quicker than ever before. Doppler radar Doppler Radar is the meteorologist’s window into detecting severe storms. With more than 150 radar towers across the nation, the National Weather Service has full coverage of the continental U.S. and some coverage of…

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