Carrying the TASER Pulse

Living in Washington, DC means that I’m not always able to carry a firearm. Yes, I have my carry permit but sadly, there are restrictions within the city limits where I can’t carry. I know many people that will still carry a firearm regardless of laws but that’s not how I roll. So when I know I’m going some place within the city where they don’t allow firearms, I carry my next go-to self-defense tool which is the TASER Pulse. It’s easy to conceal, lightweight, and simple to use.

I like having options when it comes to self-defense tools. I think it’s important that everyone find a tool that they are comfortable with to defend themselves and more importantly one that fits into their lifestyle. Not everyone is going to be comfortable carrying a firearm or wants to carry one and that’s totally okay. To each is own but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look into other tools that might work for you. If you are looking for some non-lethal self-defense tool options be sure to check out this post and if you want to read a more in-depth review of the TASER Pulse, read this one.

— Concealed Carry Details —

Self-Defense Tool: TASER Pulse*| Holster: Sticky Holster | Flashlight: SureFire Stiletto
*use code SMT15 for 15% off at www.taser.com

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