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Pepper Spray with Quick Release Key Chain

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Overview

Be prepared to protect yourself anytime you are out and about and on the go.

$9.75
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Details

Our pepper spray is a hot cayenne pepper self defense spray designed specifically for people with active lifestyles. Perfect for anyone who would like to feel a little more secure while out and about.

Pepper spray is a non-toxic self-defense product derived from hot cayenne peppers, the same type of peppers used when cooking. Our pepper spray contains 15% Capsaicin as the active ingredient. This in turn produces a defense spray measuring 2 million Scoville Heat Units.

Capsaicin is the oil extracted from the placenta tissue just below the stem of the hot pepper. Capsaicin determines the pungency of the red peppers. The pungency of these peppers is measured in Scoville Heat Units (SHUs) and is not to be confused with OC percentages. OC percentages only measure the amount of pepper.

 Scoville Heat Units is also known as the dry weight of Capsaicin in the spray. 2 million SHUs is the maximum amount of pungency contained in any defense spray.

Our pepper spray measures 2,000,000 Scoville Heat Units, which is over 4 times hotter than the average law enforcement spray.

The pepper spray fires up to a distance of 10 feet and the effects of the spray lasts up to one hour. The 1/2 ounce spray fires approximately 15-20 one-second bursts.

THIS PRODUCT CAN ONLY BE SHIPPED WITHIN THE USA. 

 

Features:

Quick release key-ring and belt clip.

Ballistic stream prevents blow back.

UV Dye for detection.

Instantly effective.

 

Four-year shelf life.

Pepper spray is legal, non-toxic, and not permanent.

Note: Pepper spray is available for shipment only in the US. We cannot ship to APO’s or international locations.

Note: Pepper spray products cannot be carried past security checkpoints at US airports, either on your person, in your pockets or in carry-on luggage.

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