Traveling to a No-Carry state - what should I take?

Traveling to a No-Carry state - what should I take?

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    Traveling to a No-Carry state - what should I take?

    If you can't carry your gun, what is a decent alternative?
    Pepper/Taser/Machete/Pocket Ninja ?


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    Depends

    Not all your alternatives are legal everywhere. You can't go wrong with a good solid "tactical" flashlight. Plenty of lumens and maybe a strobe will get you out of a lot of trouble and it's legal everywhere. That's where I'd start.

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    police escort?
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    A trip someplace else!
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    +1 on the flashlight. Your best would be a tazer IF IT IS LEGAL. They are ALMOST certain to stop an attacker, and can be used at a safe distance.

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    +2 on the light, and some of them have "crusher" ends to attack with. And nobody is going to give you flack for a flashlight.

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    Well regardless of where you go, pack your SA and watch out. Work to stay out of situations that might put you at risk and if you can, carry a pocket knife or something. The flashlight is a great idea too.

    I would recommend some martial arts training if you are going to be traveling there often. We train with "unbreakable" combs sometimes, which you can carry on a plane and in your back pocket in every state in the union...they're not even banned in DC! And if you know how to use one, it is an incredibly deadly weapon, albeit at short range.
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