The MUNIO Self Defense Keychain in Action Against Simulated Attacks
How to Use the MUNIO Self Defense Keychain
Why you hold MUNIO this way...not that way
Defense against a Choke from the Front
Defense against a Choke from Behind
Defense against a Front Bear Hug
Defense against a Wrist Grab
MUNIO and Pepper Spray
MUNIO and Monkey Fist
MUNIO and the Kubotan
MUNIO Impact and Strength Testing
REVIEW: Damage Potential
Is MUNIO sharp enough to hurt an attacker?
REVIEW: by Gabriella Corvina
GunStuff TV: Interview
MUNIO Tiger King parody
According to national research, forceful physical resistance is an extremely successful strategy to prevent rape. In fact, a woman who fights back aggressively gains an 86% chance of avoiding the rape and incurs little chance of additional injury!
If you have any hesitation about fighting back, consider that the outcome of a violent attack is going to go one way or the other... The attacker is going to get his way with YOU, or YOU are going to stop them and get away safely.
An attacker is typically looking for an "easy target" and not expecting any real opposition from you... but they are still very dangerous. You only have a few moments to prevent an attacker from overwhelming you. React quickly so you can get away unharmed. Make your stand then and there rather than becoming another horrible statistic in the news. Fight back as if your life depends on it... because it just might!