Even though a full shot of industrial strength pepper spray into the attackers face can buy you some time… during real-life crunch time… when push comes the shove even the "military ONLY" types of pepper spray…can give you a false sense of security.
Instead, There Are Simple Tricks that ANYONE can take and learn quickly...even elders, or disabled people... that gives you as much close-range lethal force as any pepper spray.
It will FOREVER change the way you look at personal protection.
Personal Regards, Dana Casey
The Western Slope of Colorado is drained by the Colorado River and its tributaries (primarily the Green River and the San Juan River) or by evaporation in its arid areas. The Colorado River flows through Glenwood Canyon and then through an arid valley made up of desert from Rifle to Parachute, through the desert canyon of De Beque Canyon, and into the arid desert of Grand Valley, where the city of Grand Junction is located. Also prominent in or near the southern portion of the Western Slope are the Grand Mesa, which lies to the southeast of Grand Junction; the high San Juan Mountains, a rugged mountain range; and to the west of the San Juan Mountains, the Colorado Plateau, a high arid region that borders Southern Utah.