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Crafty_Dog

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Practical Items for the Protector
« on: August 08, 2013, 02:35:14 PM »
Woof All:

Just a quick yip to remind folks of the items at http://dogbrothersgear.com/Survival-Gear/

If you or someone you wish to help is shot or stabbed, you will be glad you have that trauma kit in your glove box. (DLO-4 Trauma Care featuring Frankie McRae is still in the pipeline btw).

If you live in a cold climate and your, your wife's car (perhaps with your children in it) breaks down on a cold winter night and it will be a while before help comes, you will be real glad for the emergency blankets (a number of options available here); indeed it is a simple fact that under some conditions this can be the difference between life and freezing to death.   I know right now it is August LOL, but why not take care of getting some of these for you and your family's car(s)?

Especially if you get off the beaten path, having a handy little water filter can make the difference between drinking water with who-knows-what in it and water that has been well-filtered.  There's two options here in this regard.

And having a multi-tool can make the difference in whether you are able to adapt and improvise in a wide range of situations.

Our mission statement of "Walk as a warrior for all your days" is not just a matter of
protecting your family and you from violence, it is a matter of protecting you and your family PERIOD-- and all these items are about that!

The Adventure continues!
Crafty Dog