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Pepper Spray

Question: How far does pepper spray?

Answer: Depending upon the wind, most pepper sprays using a stream spray pattern fire 8 to 12 feet . Pepper sprays using a cone/mist spray fire from 6 to 12 feet.

Question: What is the difference between Pepper Spray and Mace?

Answer: Mace and Pepper Spray are two DIFFERENT self defense products: Traditional chemical mace (CN) is classified as an irritant and is similar to tear gas. Pepper Spray is classified as an inflammatory agent and will immediately incapacitate an assailant.

Question: How long are the effects of Pepper Spray?

Answer: The effects will last from 30 minutes to 2 hours. Pepper Spray can disable an attacker long enough for you to get to safety if you are in a threatening situation where you need to defend yourself. The effects aren't long term and won't kill the attacker.

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Question: What do you do if you get pepper spray in your eyes?

Answer: Wash the exposed area with soap and water to remove all oils and dirt, which might entrap the irritant. Flush the exposed area profusely with cold water three to five minutes.

Question: What is the difference between Pepper Spray and Tear Gas?

Answer: One is a liquid while the other is a gas.Tear gas is not used for self-defense.

Question: Are All Pepper Sprays the Same?

Answer: No, all pepper sprays are not the same. Pepper sprays are rated in two ways: Percentage of Oleoresin Capsicum in the agent itself, and the “hotness” of the spray, which is measured in Scoville Heat Units (SHU’s).