The “Best” Home Defense Gun

The “Best” Home Defense Gun


FREETOO Tactical Gloves Military Rubber Hard Knuckle Outdoor Gloves (Black Full Finger, L:9"-9.2" Circumference Finger Length: 3.3")

  • HEAVY DUTY GLOVES to protect your hands from abrasion and scratching in sports and activities demanding both protection and dexterity.
  • FIT SNUGGLY into palm and all fingers, wrap tightly around wrist with adjustable wrist Velcro, not stiff, not bulky, allow movement and dexterity.
  • BREATHABLE COMFORT achieved by odor-free breathable materials and functional vent design, comfortable to use in hot weather as well as in mild winter seasons.
  • EXCELLENT GRIP with dual-layer synthetic leather palm featured by anti-skid gridding.
  • RUGGED BUILD with reinforced palm, knuckle padding and double stitching, intended for heavy use as tactical gloves, work gloves, camping, hunting, shooting and other outdoor gloves. Quality guaranteed by at least 3 months warranty.
If you are looking for gloves featured with both protection and dexterity, FREETOO Tactical Gloves might be a good choice for you with some appealing advantages:

1. The original seller of such tactical gloves and the No.1 best seller with great customer reviews for more than two years.

2. Detail oriented:

-The protective knuckle padding molded into the gloves seamlessly, add no bulky, and sit on the right place;

-The wrist part is made of special soft cha
List Price: $ 21.99 Price: $ 21.99

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Comments (20)

  • Adam Lesoon Reply

    solid advice and information, Thanks. Currently shopping around for a self defense weapon.

    December 27, 2016 at 2:45 am
  • Morgan Richard Reply

    awesome channel!

    December 27, 2016 at 3:20 am
  • Maximus Joseppi Reply

    shotguns blow for self defense on every talking point… especially a pump, but even a semi auto is heavy, long, low round count, the slowest to reload of any gun, and over penetrates especially with slugs. I would only recommend my enemy have one in a gun fight.

    December 27, 2016 at 3:32 am
  • Kebabremover69 Reply

    an ak 74u

    December 27, 2016 at 4:20 am
  • Nuke The Valley Reply

    Love how he makes fun of women. What an ass.

    December 27, 2016 at 4:56 am
  • westbender 820 Reply

    Semi-auto 12 ga. with deer barrel. Number 5 shot. 20 ga. for the ladies.

    December 27, 2016 at 5:04 am
  • Disco Stu Reply

    9, 9 shots! i want more bullets! sorry dad

    December 27, 2016 at 5:59 am
  • Ken Scialoia Reply

    excellent video

    December 27, 2016 at 6:11 am
  • sprofitt777 Reply

    Nice informative video, but something you said about giving your wife a semi auto over a revolver. Well I got my wife a semi auto (because of the lighter trigger pull) but she hates the whole operation of pulling back the slide and loading the magazine, so I got her a revolver, she loves the simplicity of the gun. I guess it all comes down to what a person feels comfortable with.

    December 27, 2016 at 6:35 am
  • Garry Kusch Reply

    7 shot smith loaded with 38 +p. Lock the bedroom door and call the police. K.I.S.S

    December 27, 2016 at 6:48 am
  • lordcrusade Reply

    FN 45 would be one of the best handguns i say 15rounds in the mag 16 including one in chamber

    December 27, 2016 at 7:40 am
  • King Queh Reply

    it's not the gun it's the person behind the gun use what ever you have and learn how to use correctly and effectively and you'll be just fine dude you don't need a $2000.00 gun

    December 27, 2016 at 8:16 am
  • King Queh Reply

    it's not the gun it's the person behind the gun use what ever you have and learn how to use correctly and effectively and you'll be just fine dude you don't need a $2000.00 gun

    December 27, 2016 at 8:27 am
  • Robert Thompson Reply

    This guy gave me cancer.

    December 27, 2016 at 9:26 am
  • Hicham Kerkour Reply

    hahaha this is like if the wwe did psas

    December 27, 2016 at 10:04 am
  • 427SuperSnake1 Reply

    What about the GAU 8 for home protection?

    December 27, 2016 at 10:30 am
  • Morgan Austreng Reply

    Good video…lots to think about.

    December 27, 2016 at 11:00 am
  • Aaron Trump Reply

    do you recommend dual wielding a shotgun with an AR?

    December 27, 2016 at 11:58 am
  • Tosha Crouch Reply

    Good to see a serious video about guns,they aren't a joke! Thanks buddy.

    December 27, 2016 at 12:29 pm
  • Corey Jordan Reply

    Has anyone ever seen a person who was hit with a load of 12 gauge, #7 1/2 birdshot? I have. Superficial wounding, Largely because the person shot was wearing a mid-thigh heavy leather coat over a hoodie, over a flannel shirt. This guy was accidentally shot in his left side ribcage while shooting clays with friends in early spring about 15 years ago. He was hit at a distance of 10 to 12 feet and walked to a car and into an emergency room under his own steam. Painful wound, but far from disabling. Now, scale down to 20 gauge and you have a considerably less effective load than that used in a 12 gauge.

    If you shoot a bad guy with birdshot, you had better hit him in the neck, face or testicles, otherwise, he's probably not going to be disabled. Especially if he's high on drugs. Indeed, shooting with the hope of just wounding is foolish. if you must shoot, you shoot to kill. If you can't bring yourself to kill, then sell the gun and buy a Louisville slugger instead. An Assistant DA told me, "if you have to shoot an intruder in fear of your life, make sure you kill the guy. The dead man's testimony will be limited to the Medical Examiner's report."

    My wife is disabled. She can't manage any firearm well enough to be comfortable. I have a 9mm carbine, but she has trouble operating the bolt to charge it. I have several lever guns, but the only one she can cycle is a Henry .22, and it's still difficult for her. She can manipulate my S&W 586 in single action (cock the hammer), but I have to load .38 Specials instead of .357 mag, or the recoil is too much for her RA weakened wrists. The fact is that she's very unlikely to use a firearm in a home defense situation.

    Thus, my 586 is loaded with 125 grain .357 +P and my H&R security 12 gauge has five rounds of #4 buckshot (twenty one, .24 caliber pellets per round at 1,330 fps) in the tube. On the butt stock are five 00 Buckshot. For cold weather, I load only 00 Buck. That 586 sits in my night table drawer, and the shotgun is 5 feet away inside my closet.

    My kids are grown and long gone. They have their own families now. Even when they were here, their bedrooms were never in line with sight lines of the house (at night). Any intruder dumb enough to enter the main hallway, is trapped in a shooting corridor from which there is no easy escape. The hallway has a motion sensing light midway down. Intruders cannot get to any bedroom without first passing the master bedroom door. When they reached their teens, the kids were taught to lock their doors at night (can be unlocked with narrow straight slot screwdriver, if need be). Our household plan was simple. Purely defensive. Stay put. Let the bad guy(s) come to us. Of course, getting into our home is problematic. A wireless, battery back-up alarm system will let us know if any window or door is compromised. Because, the first rule of home defense is not allowing the bastards entry in the first place….

    There's some good pieces of advice in this video, but loading birdshot isn't one of them.

    December 27, 2016 at 12:44 pm

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