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Your vehicle should always be prepared for self defence and survival, on every journey.
1) Always aim to have a full tank of petrol. Do not fall into the bad habit of always running on empty. Not only is it bad for your engine as it draws in the dirt on the bottom of your tank, an unexpected breakdown or becoming stranded due to bad weather, having a full tank of petrol could make all the difference to survival.
2) First aid kit. At least two or 3 packs should be placed in different places of your vehicle. One behind the passengers seat. One in the boot and one in the drivers door well. A vehicle crash or roll over may only allow access to one of your first aid packs.
3) Toe Rope. Absolute essential that can make all the difference to surviving getting your vehicle stuck. Inexpensive item that take up little space. No excuses, get one.
Tough knuckle protection adds that little extra for striking, self defence and survival.
These are our favourite value gloves for firearms training and weapons training. Good quality at excellent value.
If you are a professional operator, then Oakley versions and Mechanix versions and better, but with a much higher price tag.
For ever day carry and training, the OMAGAI tactical gloves (image above) offer quality at a very affordable price. Allows for having more pairs of gloves stashed in your vehicle and home. And when a tough training session destroys them, financial loss is minimal.
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