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What Is Pepper Spray?

Pepper spray is an aerosol spray that irritates the eyes, causes tears, pain, and temporary blindness. When pepper spray is used in self defense, you are given a window of opportunity to escape. Pepper spray contains oils derived from cayenne peppers which are some of the hottest peppers in the world. This active ingredient is called OC or oleoresin capsicum and is a reddish-orange, oily liquid, that is insoluble in water. As a reminder, it is the responsibility of the end-user of any of our products to check their local and state laws to determine the legality of that product. If you are unsure of the restriction in your area, check with your local law enforcement for specific laws regarding the possession and use of pepper spray products.

States Where We Cannot Ship Pepper Spray

  • Massachusetts 

  • Wisconsin

What Is an Expandable Baton?

Expandable batons are one of the most reliable options when it comes to non-lethal self-defense weapons. Compact when contracted and easily stored on your hip, in your bag, or underneath the driver’s seat of your vehicle, an expandable baton can readily be deployed to protect yourself against a violent assailant. As a reminder, it is the responsibility of the end-user of any of our products to check their local and state laws to determine the legality of that product.

States Where We Cannot Ship Batons

  • California

What Is a Stun Gun?

Stun Gun Laws

The following list reflects the best information we have at this time and may or may not be complete. In no way should this be regarded as the final word on the legal status of stun devices nor is this list intended to take the place of legal counsel or be looked at as being any form of legal advice. Please check with your local authorities to obtain the latest information on the legality of stun devices in your area. As a reminder, it is the responsibility of the end-user of any of our products to check their local and state laws to determine the legality of that product.

States Where We Cannot Ship Stun Devices

  • Hawaii

  • Illinois

  • Massachusetts

  • Michigan

  • Rhode Island

  • Wisconsin

  • Connecticut