7 Best Covert Weapons for Survival and Self Defense

When it comes to self defense, it’s hard to beat a concealed handgun. But if you aren’t a big fan of carrying firearms or you want a second option as a backup method, there are some other covert weapons that would work well in an emergency. Sometimes it is best to have a covert weapon that nobody suspects. Like the hair comb that doubles as a throwing star or a watch that has a laser inside! Take a note from James Bond and give these secret weapons a try.

  1. Fury Tactical Kuba Kickz

kuba kickz

Kuba Kickz awesome little weapons. They are fairly small so an attacker would never see them coming. It is a series of 3 spikes that fit between your shoelaces. A swift kick into the privates and your attacker will stop cold. Just look at the picture and imagine this ramming into an enemy. This little weapon is affordable and would make a good option for times when you are out running or hiking alone.

  1. Mini Concealed Lipstick Stun Gun

lipstick gunI bought one of these a few years ago and thankfully have never had to use it. It is a 950-volt stun gun hidden inside a lipstick tube. It is under 20 dollars so it is very affordable. It comes with all the rechargeable accessories that you need. If you are seriously looking for a secret weapon, this is it. It is cheap and it is well disguised. Throw it in your purse and you always have a quick weapon ready when you need it.

  1. Archangel Defense Pen

defense pen

This is a duel purpose pen. It works as a regular pen that uses regular ballpoint pen ink. It also serves as a stylus that works well with your tablet or iPhone. However it is strengthened with a carbide tip that will stab an attacker with relentless power. It will not break and it fits securely into the palm of your hand. It’s the perfect marriage of a convenient ink pen and a makeshift knife.

  1. Fox Labs Premium Defense Spray

defense sprayI am sure you are well aware of pepper spray. This is pepper spray on steroids. It has been specially designed in Fox Labs and they have made a product that is amazing. It is rated at over 3 million scoville heat units. It is also injected with green dye that makes the assailant easier to identify once the cops come. It is under 20 dollars and thus a very affordable gift and weapon.

  1. FURY Tactical SDK Self Defense Keychain

self defense keychain

I would recommend this item because it is so easy to handle. It is a key chain that is not even 6 inches long. It is spiral in design and it has a very pointy end. It is not sharp but it could definitely be used to stab. The spiral design will also make the stab more painful and lead to more serious muscle injury. It is a wonderful item that can make a real impression on the wrong person. At less than 20 bucks, it’s a steal and a great way to stay safe in dark parking lots.

  1. Vigilant Panic Rape Emergency Alarm Keychain

rape alarmI hate even mentioning the word rape but we have to be honest and open. Rape is a serious threat that women face. This device is not necessarily a weapon so much as it is a deterrent. Pulling the cord on this egg shaped device will start a siren/alarm sound that is extremely loud. It will definitely draw attention. Plus, it can also be used as a flashlight.

  1. Flashbang Women’s Holster – Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380

flashbang holster

Sometimes the best covert weapon is a concealed gun, but it’s hard to keep a gun hidden especially if you are a woman with a small frame. This holster keeps the gun tucked safely away beneath your breasts, but it’s easy to access when you need it in an emergency.

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I’m Laura P, aka, Passion Prepper, aka, Storage Prepper! I’ve been homesteading nearly all my life and prepping for the last 6 years. I strongly believe our great country of America was built on self-sufficient families like mine and yours. Politics bores me, learning new stuff, getting outside and living life thrills me.

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