1. Is Pepper Spray legal?
Legally, pepper spray can be purchased in all 50 states. Some states have age restrictions and regulate the maximum allowed strength. To find out about restrictions in your state, visit this website: https://worldpopulationreview.com/state-rankings/pepper-spray-laws-by-state
2. Can Pepper Spray go through TSA?
TSA states: “One 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) container of mace or pepper spray is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge. Self-defense sprays containing more than 2 percent by mass of tear gas (CS or CN) are prohibited in checked baggage.”
3. How does Pepper Spray work?
Pepper spray is a chemical that inflames the mucus membranes in the eyes, throat, and lungs. The inflammatory agent causes immediate closing of the eyes, difficulty breathing, coughing, and runny nose.
4. Is Pepper Spray effective?
Fazer Defense spray is very effective and is designed with all the stops! With its 125-decibel alarm, blinding lights with 100 lumens, invisible dye, and GPS technology - it’s one of the most effective on the market!
5. When does Pepper Spray expire?
Most pepper sprays last up to 2 years from their manufacture date. Our pepper spray, Fazer Defense, has a 4-year shelf life!
6. Will Pepper Spray work on dogs?
The effects of pepper spray will disable a canine just the same as a human attacker.
7. How many uses do you get with Fazer Defense Pepper Spray?
There are 14 total sprays with Fazer Defense Spray
8. Can you press the emergency button without triggering the spray?
Yes! Unlike most pepper sprays, with Fazer Defense, you can use all of the emergency features without triggering the spray!
9. How does the invisible dye work?
The invisible dye is mixed in with the pepper spray so that when it marks an attacker, police will easily be able to identify the suspect with a black light.