downloadWe did a blog piece earlier in the week in which we reviewed a simple device that will help extricate yourself from a vehicle.  The thought is you may have been in a wreck and found yourself unable to open the door, whether it be because the door is jammed or maybe even in water. Water pressure on the side of a car door makes it near impossible to open in such a situation.

Our other thought is for use during active shooter situations.  If you are in a building this small device might be the way in which you leave the situation.  One simple click with this device on a window and you then have an exit strategy from a window you may not have had without it.

With all that said we had such a positive response from the blog that I thought we would just order one and give it away this week.

Here again is the video, here is all you need to do to get in the running to win it:  Share this video on social media and tag Nature Reliance School.  If you do not have social media, then simply comment below what your favorite video is on the Dan’s Depot Youtube channel is.

If you do not want to wait you can order your own right here:

You will also find the video from earlier in the week below.

Come on, join in, let’s learn together!

craig1Craig Caudill is the Founder and Chief Instructor of Nature Reliance School. He specializes in wilderness and urban survival, land navigation, scout/tracking and defensive tactics training for private, public and government agencies. Craig is a frequent survival and preparedness contributor to TV outlets, blog sites, magazines and is a popular online outdoor educator on YouTube via Nature Reliance and Dan’s Depot channels. He also has a worldwide network of students and followers who are part of Nature Reliance School Online suite of courses covering all facets of self-reliance.
Craig also has advanced rank in both Judo and Aikido and continues to teach and train after 20+ years of training in each and is also an avid student of all things gun. Forever a student, Craig always attempts to find ways to help others to develop their mindset and critical thinking skills so they can think on their own and for themselves.

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12 Responses

  1. Dan C.

    I particularly liked the video showing entry into the window on the driver’s side of a car. I was a firefighter, we used this same technique utilizing a spring-loaded center punch. BANG!!! Out comes the window and most of the ass fell into the door panel. No cuts that way.

  2. GatorGeek21

    These things are great. I picked one awhile ago for my keychain which I clip on to my belt at all times. Want to try & get one for my wife’s vehicle as well but now consider getting a couple more…just in case. 2 is 1 & 1 is none.

    While I don’t have access to car windows I did test it on an old windows from a screen door & actually used it at work to further break an already broken computer screens o it could be safely disposed of. Craig is right….supper easy to get cut if you aren’t careful. Just a small scratch…but still need to be careful.

    As far as my favourite video….I think it has to be the one where you discussed the nutritional content of various insects & cooked them up. Still trying to convince my wife to try that. LOL

  3. Thomas Vickers

    As a former Field Supervisor for the largest ambulance company in Chicago, We normally carried a spring loaded center punch. This ResQMe Device, is obviously lighter, the colors, are a plus to help to be able to find them quicker, another plus, is the seat belt cutter. They work great on the side windows, and even the rear window. The front windows are very well laminated to to protect the passengers in the front seat from several things that could happen. In closing, I think this one be a great item for most anyone to have in their car. Regards, Thomas Vickers

  4. Dennis LaFrenier

    I was also a firefighter. We had great success with our spring loaded center punch. This is a super device and small enough to carry.



  6. Tom McMillan

    I had a deer come through the windshield a couple weeks ago but the force pushed him over the roof instead of into my lap. I know what shattered glass looks like now.

  7. David I Nelson

    That is a great device, especially if you are not able to take a full swing at the glass after an incident.

    Be safe


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