Pepper Sprays are considered to be among the most popular as well as effective self-defense products available on the market today. They are non-lethal, easily used by nearly everyone and can provide fast and effective defense against an assault.
However, just as is the case with any tool, it is important to understand the use and limitations of pepper spray when planning its use into your personal and property protection plan. You can also call us at 888-800-8440 if you want to get best self-defense tools online.
Using a spray rather than a bullet is sometimes the right choice, and cops like to have all the options available. There are instances where a spray will not completely disable the attacker, but this is rare. Usually it's effective at doing the job.
Pepper spray is an inflammatory agent and causes an immediate reaction in the form of coughing, runny nose, difficultly breathing and painful, burning eyes that forced shut. These effects will usually last for a half hour or more, with residual effects sometimes lasting many hours more.
Some suspects will exhibit less willingness to succumb to the effects of being sprayed with pepper gas, but it's rare. Usually these are the ones really high on amphetamines.
Carry the spray with you at all times. One common mistake that is made is putting the spray into one purse and forgetting to move it to another one when you use that one. Keep it with you at all times.