Do any of you take any type of self defense classes?
I have a friend at work who is a Karate Instructor and he is trying to set up a self defense class for some type of charity cause for kids. Anyway, soon as he gets it taken care of I am going to join his class. He would like me to take karate and I may do that as well. Reading all the posts about janitors and house keepers being killed and killing has got me thinking. This type of business can be very dangerous and I don't think we really think about that. I don't think we really prepare ourselves for what could happen. Going in and out of other people's homes and in and out of other companies can be deadly. It is happening alot these days.
Have any of you taken the concealed weapon class?
I have not taken this class, but I am going to. I noticed a sign up the road from me where they are offering this class. I am not one for guns, but I wouldn't mind having a stun gun close to me or something like that. I do not want to hurt anyone by no means, but I don't want to be hurt either.
There are no guarantees you will always be safe, but there are things we can do to take some precaution.
Anyone have any opinions on this feel free to share
I would love to take a self defense class to give myself a fighting chance. I had thought about carrying a stun gun or concealed weapon but I have been told unless you really know what you are doing then it could be used against you. Only every shot a handgun a few times....hit some tree leaves way up high..where the birds and squirls hang out...lol and a knife - never have thrown one. I might have to look a little deeper into some classes for self defense.
Perhaps Kevin will have a class at the convention. hint hint..lol
Kathleen Higgins K & B Cleaning Service Edinboro, PA
In my opinion, I think those of us working commercial areas at night in unfamiliar territory should carry a concealed weapon. I am proud to say that I do, and I wouldn't be caught without it. As one of my commercial locations, you can not lock yourself in. So rather be safe than sorry