Williams Tactical Key
Columbia River Knife And Tool You need keys to drive. Adding one more key that could potentially save your live is not too much of a hassle.
Yes, your current key set can be used as a self defense tool if needed, but it may not be as effective as the Williams Tactical Key.
Consider adding this tool to your everyday carry. It's equal in cost to one fast food meal.
Bastien Coves is the founder of Bastinelli's Creations. He primarily focuses on knife creations, including the one we reviewed. We analyzed this knife after 3 months of daily use for an honest review. While his designs are second to none, we wanted to see if they performed as good as they look.
So, let's get right to it and see if this is a good option for YOU to EDC...
To overcome an adversary, it is often taught that you need to use Speed, Surprise and Violence of Action. As a civilian keeping your weapon a surprise until the moment you need it is crucial, other wise letting the bad guy know you have a weapon could compromise your ability to gain the element of surprise and label you as a threat that needs to be taken care of early, potentially before you have a chance to gain an advantage and protect yourself.
The growing threats in today’s world have given rise to a variety of EDC Self-defense tools. One of them is the “Self-Defender” by The Selfdefender Tool company and approved / used by Tactical Awareness Combative Training (TACT) and TACTOPSUSA.
This tool resembles a cross between a mini-Tonfa and a Kubaton.
Let's see if it is something worth carrying for your defense...
“Instrument of Attitude Adjustment”
In 1995, I had the pleasure of training and meeting with the legendary Master of the Gosoku-ryū style of karate, Soke Takayuki Kubota. He was a skillful instructor and very engaging when I had a chance to talk with him immediately after his seminar. He is most noted for inventing a self-defense weapon called a Kubaton. This tool is a small stick about one-half inch thick and six inches long; it is simple, uncomplicated, but very effective. In the world of self-defense, experts agree there is only one objective – to escape. Having said that, understanding how to use a Kubaton could mean the difference between surviving an attack or never returning home.