In this extended excerpt from the NRA version of the DVD Wheelchair Bound Firearms Defense, Jake Romo of White Rabbit Protective Strategies discusses wheelchair self defense and personal defense equipment from the ground up. Starting with the wheelchair itself – manual or motorized – its front and rear wheels, and brakes, Jake then moves on to types of handguns and holsters that he recommends for those in wheelchairs. The varied situations of wheelchair-bound persons are kept in mind throughout. Learn everything you need to know about wheelchair self defense and personal defense equipment.
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