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Take an ordinary cloth glove and turn it inside out. Lay you hand on the palm side and mark the places where your three central fingers touch the fingers of the glove. There are pads of muscle between the knuckles of your fingers. Put a mark centered on the two lower pads of these three fingers. This should make six marks on the fingers of the glove. Now insert thumb tacks through all six of these marks and cover the heads of the tacks with three strips of tape. This is to hold the tacks in place and spread their contact with your fingers. Turn the glove back right side out and put it onto your hand. If you have positioned them properly, the tacks will close into one another and should not be sticking into your skin. I would suggest you not prepare but one glove as you cannot do any "normal' work with the points of the tacks sticking out. I will suggest you put on the glove any time you are going out into a location where you fear you may be attacked. This glove will not do much real serious damage to an assailant but it will make them think twice about continuing an attack. If you do need to use it, simply remember if he can grab you then you are close enough to grab him; where you grab and how long you hold on is totally up to you. If nothing else can be done, a quick slap across the face will help him to be identified at a later date.I ask that this glove would not be used in an aggressive manner as it is intended to be used as a surprise deterrent.
CD, a good idea, thanks.
It looks like the resources for this type of crime are kept small on purpose. What a disgrace!
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