About Me

I am a full-time law enforcement officer with experience in the Patrol, Tactical, and Gang Divisions and a part-time martial artist. I believe that law abiding citizens should learn to defend themselves with whatever tools they may legally carry. I am currently in the process of starting the "5 Rings Tactical" training school where I hope to encourage good people to become protectors of their own lives and the lives of their families. This blog will contain reviews of defensive and tactical products, all of which I have purchased with my own funds. I will try my best to give my honest and unbiased opinion of all the products featured. I hope to eventually make the items that prove to be of quality available to customers of 5 Rings Tactical. Before distributing any of these items, they will be purchased privately by me and evaluated. I do not pretend to be any type of expert or master. I'm just a guy trying to share my experiences with others. I am always looking for more training and good people to learn from.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

FDE 3-10-2011


Today's FDE was submitted by a female reader who is a professional in the medical field. Since she is not always able to carry her handgun with her, she has a back up plan, a Cheetah Stun Gun in this season's stylish lavender.  It rides in a black leather carrying case, always at the ready. The Cheetah packs 350,000 volts for any would-be shoe thieves or obnoxious hospital patients. She shows us that we don't have to sacrifice style for safety with several finger rings adorned with decorative points. These seemingly harmless rings are great for scratching a mugger's face and creating just enough of a distraction to facilitate an escape. Showing off her practical side, our reader rocks studded "Gucci variant" heels, because who wants to pay full price for REAL Gucci's when you're just going to get mugger blood all over them? Sharp like stilettos and covered in metal, these babies are just as appropriate for fighting as they are for the runway. Our doctor of disaster knows that she refuses to be victimized by a violent attacker, so she keeps her HTC phone with her to call emergency services to clean up what's left of the assailant. Police only. She can administer medical care to her attacker all by herself... if she chooses to. The phone rides in a zebra print protective case to keep it invisible... from lions. 

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