Mark Walters and Rob Pincus have co-written this book, which aims to help people understand why they need to be armed. “Armed” not necessarily with a firearm, but with a plan, the knowledge of how to survive a situation or deal with a threat, and the will to take action. Mark presents the real-life stories of victims of homicide, robbery and sexual assault, and Rob dispassionately analyzes these real-life stories to see what the victims could have done differently. The goal is for readers to learn what they can do to avoid being victimized.
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