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Child Guard Panda - Alarm

CHILD GUARD PANDA - Have you ever experienced the terror of thinking your child is missing or lost? We have all had the gut-wrenching feeling of turning around on a busy street and finding that our child is nowhere in sight. Now this could be prevented with the new improved CHILD GUARD PANDA. Worn by the child, the cartoon animal-shaped transmitter sends a constant signal to the receiver, which is held by the adult. The signal is adjustable - from a distance of 3 to 21 feet, so when the child goes beyond the set distance, the adult’s receiver starts to beep, letting them know that the child is starting to wander off. The Child Guard is worn on the child’s wrist.

YS-088

Dimensions for child unit: 2⅛” × 1 9/16” × ⅝”
Dimensions for parent unit: 2½” × 1½” × ½”


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Nap Zapper

The Nap Zapper is a simple device that could just save your life- or help you keep your job! The small, flexible device rests comfortably over the top of your ear and will sound an alarm to wake you if you start to doze and your head nods. Perfect for sleepy drivers or someone working the late shift and is having trouble staying awake. It works great for security guards, machine operators, and even students struggling to stay awake while studying.

Features:

  • Design: small and lightweight (approximately the size of an external hearing aid)
  • Flexible rubber comfortably rests over the top of your ear
  • Switch with off, vibrate, and alarm function
  • Dimensions: 2 ¾ x 2 x ½ inches

Contents:

  • Streetwise Nap Zapper
  • 3 LR41 Batteries

 


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Door Jammer

The DoorJammer is a new unique portable door security device for anyone needing privacy and security. It is an ideal solution for people traveling, working, or at home. The DoorJammer is a simple way to prevent unwanted intrusions into any room and provide peace of mind. 

  Important: as you can see in the pictures there needs to be a small space (about 1/8") below the door for the base of the DoorJammer to slide under. This space is normally found under interior doors but not under all exterior doors.

The Greater the Force of the Attempted Entry,    the Stronger it Holds
The horizontal force being exerted on the door from the outside is converted into a vertical force to anchor the DoorJammer firmly into the ground.
Not only does this prevent the door from moving horizontally, it also forces the door upward, increasing the DoorJammer's grip and reducing the chances of its foot slipping on the floor.
  
 
Tough on Burglars, Safe for Your Family
In case of an emergency, the DoorJammer can quickly be removed from beneath the door. Simply pull it the upward and it will release from it's locked position.
  
Features:
• Designed for Strength: the horizontal force being exerted on the door from the outside is converted into a vertical force to anchor the DoorJammer firmly into the ground.
• Works on all doors with at least 1/8" gap below the door: it can be fitted to most doors in seconds. Attempted forced entry will 'jam' the door shut and provide both security and privacy.
• Works on all Floors: the rubber coated footpad allows the DoorJammer to be installed on any type of surface: hardwood floor, carpet, tile, linoleum, etc.
• Easily Removed in case of emergency: the DoorJammer can be easily pulled-off the door; simply pull the DoorJammer upward and it will remove itself from its locked position enabling you to escape the room quickly in case of an emergency.
• Compact and lightweight making it great for travel: with a weight of only 8 oz and size of 4 3/4" high and 2 3/4" wide the DoorJammer makes the perfect travel companion. Easily slips inside your purse, suitcase, or backpack.
Includes:
• DoorJammer 
• Black Carrying Case

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Jolt 20 Million Zombie Attack Protection (ZAP) Stun Gun

Protect yourself from the inevitable Zombie attack. No one should be without a Jolt 20 Million Zombie Attack Protection (ZAP) Stun Gun. Zombies don’t fear guns or grenades- those can’t stop them- but they do fear the ZAP! If it works on Zombies just imagine what it’ll do to a real person!

Features:
Triple stun technology: Most stun guns on the market today have only one or two points of contact. When using this model to defend yourself, the Triple Stun Technology (TST) allows the electrical charge to emanate between three separate points on the metal probes at the top of the stun gun, making for a louder and more intimidating sound. Even when test fired the loud, bright electrical burst is often enough to stop an attacker; and if not, a jolt from this Jolt certainly will!
Metal disable pin: Prevents an attacker from taking this stun gun away and using it on you. A strap worn around the wrist attaches to a disable pin on the bottom of the unit. If the stun gun is taken from you, the pin will pull out, preventing it from working. Unlike other models this pin is made of metal.
Built-In Charger: The slide-out plug on this unit allows for easy charging. There are no cords to keep up with; simply plug into a standard wall outlet. Bright LED Flashlight: The LED flashlight provides a convenient source of light whenever you need it and eliminates the need to carry a heavy, bulky flashlight.


Safety Switch: To prevent accidental discharge, three levels of safety have been built in. The disable pin must be inserted, the safety switch must be in the on position and the Stun Activation Button must be pressed before the stun gun will operate.


Rubberized Armor Coating: Protects the unit and ensures a firm grip.
Holster Included: A nylon holster with belt loop is included for easy carrying.
Warranty: This Jolt Stun Gun comes with a 5 year warranty.

Three Available Colors:  Green   Purple  Pink  -  Specify What Color 

 

Stun Gun Laws

 

STATES THAT STUNNING DEVICES ARE RESTRICTED: 

  • HAWAII
  • ILLINOIS
  • MASSACHUSETTS 
  • MICHIGAN 
  • NEW JERSEY 
  • NEW YORK 
  • RHODE ISLAND 
  • WISCONSIN 

CITIES WHERE STUNNING DEVICES ARE RESTRICTED: 

  • ANNAPOLIS, MD 
  • BALTIMORE, MD 
  • BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD 
  • DENSION / CRAWFORD COUNTY, IA (*According to Sheriff Tom Hogan*) 
  • DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
  • PHILADELPHIA

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Jolt 20 Million Zombie Attack Protection (ZAP) Stun Gun

Protect yourself from the inevitable Zombie attack. No one should be without a Jolt 20 Million Zombie Attack Protection (ZAP) Stun Gun. Zombies don’t fear guns or grenades- those can’t stop them- but they do fear the ZAP! If it works on Zombies just imagine what it’ll do to a real person!

Features:
Triple stun technology: Most stun guns on the market today have only one or two points of contact. When using this model to defend yourself, the Triple Stun Technology (TST) allows the electrical charge to emanate between three separate points on the metal probes at the top of the stun gun, making for a louder and more intimidating sound. Even when test fired the loud, bright electrical burst is often enough to stop an attacker; and if not, a jolt from this Jolt certainly will!
Metal disable pin: Prevents an attacker from taking this stun gun away and using it on you. A strap worn around the wrist attaches to a disable pin on the bottom of the unit. If the stun gun is taken from you, the pin will pull out, preventing it from working. Unlike other models this pin is made of metal.
Built-In Charger: The slide-out plug on this unit allows for easy charging. There are no cords to keep up with; simply plug into a standard wall outlet. Bright LED Flashlight: The LED flashlight provides a convenient source of light whenever you need it and eliminates the need to carry a heavy, bulky flashlight.


Safety Switch: To prevent accidental discharge, three levels of safety have been built in. The disable pin must be inserted, the safety switch must be in the on position and the Stun Activation Button must be pressed before the stun gun will operate.


Rubberized Armor Coating: Protects the unit and ensures a firm grip.
Holster Included: A nylon holster with belt loop is included for easy carrying.
Warranty: This Jolt Stun Gun comes with a 5 year warranty.

Three Available Colors:  Green   Purple  Pink  -  Specify What Color 

 

Stun Gun Laws

 

STATES THAT STUNNING DEVICES ARE RESTRICTED: 

  • HAWAII
  • ILLINOIS
  • MASSACHUSETTS 
  • MICHIGAN 
  • NEW JERSEY 
  • NEW YORK 
  • RHODE ISLAND 
  • WISCONSIN 

CITIES WHERE STUNNING DEVICES ARE RESTRICTED: 

  • ANNAPOLIS, MD 
  • BALTIMORE, MD 
  • BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD 
  • DENSION / CRAWFORD COUNTY, IA (*According to Sheriff Tom Hogan*) 
  • DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
  • PHILADELPHIA

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Lipstick Pepper Spray Black

Designed for women, this powerful pepper formula is contained inside a common looking lipstick that houses a powerful self protection OC pepper delivery system. The Lipstick Pepper Spray is a convenient and subtle way to carry the protection you need into any environment in which you might find yourself.

Contains 5 one second bursts and sprays up to 6 feet.

Made by Pepper Shot, a proven and popular brand of pepper sprays.

Pepper Spray Laws

 

State Laws Regarding Chemical Aerosol Deterrents

Many of our dealers sell chemical deterrent sprays in States other than where their principal place of business is located.  We get questions everyday as to which states are legal and which states have restrictive laws regarding sale, possession, and use of tear gas and/or pepper based deterrent sprays. In an attempt to ascertain what each state law are in regards to the use and sale of these products letters were mailed to each of the State Attorney Generals. The letters asked for copies of the current State laws covering chemical aerosol sprays used for self-defense.

The following summary of our research reflects what the various laws are on the sale and use of non-lethal spray weapons. In no way should this be regarded as the final word on the legal status of said laws. This report is not intended to take place of legal counsel nor should it be looked at as being any form of legal advice. Please check with your local authorities to obtain the latest information, as our politicians and bureaucrats have a tendency to change laws from one day to the next.

 

 Remember that Federal law prohibits the carrying of any type of chemical weapon on commercial aircraft, in federal buildings, prisons, and courts.

 

  • Alabama- No state law prohibiting or regulating a defensive aerosol spray product.

  • Alaska- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arizona- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arkansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • California- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use tear gas or pepper spray containing up to 2.5 oz of product. Certificates of training are no longer required. Products are not permitted for sale to felons or minors. Product packaging must meet                 standard Dept of Justice requirements.

  • Colorado- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Connecticut- State law is not specific about the classification and sale of any defensive aerosol. Anyone can purchase and carry a chemical spray product at the present time.

  • Delaware- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of any non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Florida- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use any chemical non-lethal spray weapon containing upto one-half ounce of       product. It is illegal to sell to persons under the age of 18.

  • Georgia- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Hawaii- There is no state law regarding the sale or possession of non-lethal spray weapons, but the City and County of Honolulu and the county of Hawaii have possession law except for those people who obtain a permit from that County's chief of police.

  • Idaho- Does not restrict or regulate the sale of non-lethal spray products but certain uses are prohibited.

  • Illinois- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Iowa- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays. 

  • Kansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray products. 

  • Kentucky- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Louisiana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Maine- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use for defending persons and premises.

  • Maryland- No state laws against the sale of tear gas or OC products but it is prohibited to carry tear gas openly with the intent or purpose of injuring a person.

  • Massachusetts- Any person wishing to sell or carry a tear gas product over 1 oz must obtain a license and a full weapons permit from a chief of police or commissioner of public safety.

  • Michigan-  Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 2%. No CN products or sales to minors allowed.

  • Minnesota- A person may sell, possess and use CN, CS, and OC products only if they are propelled from an aerosol container that is labeled with clearly written instructions on use. They cannot be sold where intoxicating liquor is sold. Some counties may elect to impose licensing requirements.

  • Mississippi- No laws regarding the sale, purchase or use of sprays for self-protection.

  • Missouri- No laws in effect forbidding possession or sale of non-lethal spray products.

  • Montana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Nebraska- No laws prohibiting or regulating tear gas type products.

  • Nevada- Permissible to possess aerosol spray irritants with active ingredient levels of 2% or less. Washoe County and City of Las Vegas require training and permits.

  • New Hampshire- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New Jersey- Permissible to sell, possess and legally use 3/4 oz. or less by anyone for personal protection.

  • New Mexico- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New York- Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 7%. Authorized retail sales of a self-defense spray are Dealers in firearms and licensed Pharmacists. This does not apply to wholesale distribution between a manufacturer and a retail vendor.

  • North Carolina- Any individual who has not been convicted of a felony can purchase for use for protection a tear gas product not exceeding 50 cubic centimeters in volume.

  • North Dakota- Any spray or aerosol containing CN, CS or other irritating agent can be carried without a concealed weapons permit except in gaming and alcoholic beverage establishments.

  • Ohio- No laws regarding  the sale or purchase of non-lethal spray weapons. The only law on use is that it is criminal mischief if used to interfere with the use or enjoyment of property of another.

  • Oklahoma- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Oregon - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons. However, Portland has a city ordinance which prohibits the possession and use of a tear gas dispensing device.

  • Pennsylvania- No specific laws or regulations concerning the sale, purchase or legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Rhode Island- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • South Carolina- Lawful for a person for self-defense purposes only to possess, use, transport, sell or buy, but with a limitation of 50 cubic centimeter capacity,

  • South Dakota- No statutes or regulations concerning the sale, purchase, and legal use of chemical sprays.

  • Tennessee- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of aerosols, gases, etc.

  • Texas- A small chemical dispenser sold for personal protection is exempt from their weapons laws.

  • Utah- No prohibition against the use of chemical aerosol sprays as long as the product does not cause death or serious bodily injury.

  • Vermont- Statutes do not regulate or prohibit the sale of any aerosol spray used as a defensive weapon.

  • Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Washington- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • West Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Wisconsin- Sale, possession and use of chemical aerosol spray by other than law enforcement officers and members of the military in the line of duty is a felony.

  • Wyoming- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

 

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Lipstick Pepper Spray Silver

Designed for women, this powerful pepper formula is contained inside a common looking lipstick that houses a powerful self protection OC pepper delivery system. The Lipstick Pepper Spray is a convenient and subtle way to carry the protection you need into any environment in which you might find yourself.

Contains 5 one second bursts and sprays up to 6 feet.

Made by Pepper Shot, a proven and popular brand of pepper sprays.

Available in five classy colors.

Pepper Spray Laws

 

State Laws Regarding Chemical Aerosol Deterrents

Many of our dealers sell chemical deterrent sprays in States other than where their principal place of business is located.  We get questions everyday as to which states are legal and which states have restrictive laws regarding sale, possession, and use of tear gas and/or pepper based deterrent sprays. In an attempt to ascertain what each state law are in regards to the use and sale of these products letters were mailed to each of the State Attorney Generals. The letters asked for copies of the current State laws covering chemical aerosol sprays used for self-defense.

The following summary of our research reflects what the various laws are on the sale and use of non-lethal spray weapons. In no way should this be regarded as the final word on the legal status of said laws. This report is not intended to take place of legal counsel nor should it be looked at as being any form of legal advice. Please check with your local authorities to obtain the latest information, as our politicians and bureaucrats have a tendency to change laws from one day to the next.

 

 Remember that Federal law prohibits the carrying of any type of chemical weapon on commercial aircraft, in federal buildings, prisons, and courts.

 

  • Alabama- No state law prohibiting or regulating a defensive aerosol spray product.

  • Alaska- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arizona- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arkansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • California- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use tear gas or pepper spray containing up to 2.5 oz of product. Certificates of training are no longer required. Products are not permitted for sale to felons or minors. Product packaging must meet                 standard Dept of Justice requirements.

  • Colorado- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Connecticut- State law is not specific about the classification and sale of any defensive aerosol. Anyone can purchase and carry a chemical spray product at the present time.

  • Delaware- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of any non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Florida- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use any chemical non-lethal spray weapon containing upto one-half ounce of       product. It is illegal to sell to persons under the age of 18.

  • Georgia- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Hawaii- There is no state law regarding the sale or possession of non-lethal spray weapons, but the City and County of Honolulu and the county of Hawaii have possession law except for those people who obtain a permit from that County's chief of police.

  • Idaho- Does not restrict or regulate the sale of non-lethal spray products but certain uses are prohibited.

  • Illinois- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Iowa- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays. 

  • Kansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray products. 

  • Kentucky- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Louisiana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Maine- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use for defending persons and premises.

  • Maryland- No state laws against the sale of tear gas or OC products but it is prohibited to carry tear gas openly with the intent or purpose of injuring a person.

  • Massachusetts- Any person wishing to sell or carry a tear gas product over 1 oz must obtain a license and a full weapons permit from a chief of police or commissioner of public safety.

  • Michigan-  Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 2%. No CN products or sales to minors allowed.

  • Minnesota- A person may sell, possess and use CN, CS, and OC products only if they are propelled from an aerosol container that is labeled with clearly written instructions on use. They cannot be sold where intoxicating liquor is sold. Some counties may elect to impose licensing requirements.

  • Mississippi- No laws regarding the sale, purchase or use of sprays for self-protection.

  • Missouri- No laws in effect forbidding possession or sale of non-lethal spray products.

  • Montana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Nebraska- No laws prohibiting or regulating tear gas type products.

  • Nevada- Permissible to possess aerosol spray irritants with active ingredient levels of 2% or less. Washoe County and City of Las Vegas require training and permits.

  • New Hampshire- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New Jersey- Permissible to sell, possess and legally use 3/4 oz. or less by anyone for personal protection.

  • New Mexico- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New York- Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 7%. Authorized retail sales of a self-defense spray are Dealers in firearms and licensed Pharmacists. This does not apply to wholesale distribution between a manufacturer and a retail vendor.

  • North Carolina- Any individual who has not been convicted of a felony can purchase for use for protection a tear gas product not exceeding 50 cubic centimeters in volume.

  • North Dakota- Any spray or aerosol containing CN, CS or other irritating agent can be carried without a concealed weapons permit except in gaming and alcoholic beverage establishments.

  • Ohio- No laws regarding  the sale or purchase of non-lethal spray weapons. The only law on use is that it is criminal mischief if used to interfere with the use or enjoyment of property of another.

  • Oklahoma- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Oregon - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons. However, Portland has a city ordinance which prohibits the possession and use of a tear gas dispensing device.

  • Pennsylvania- No specific laws or regulations concerning the sale, purchase or legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Rhode Island- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • South Carolina- Lawful for a person for self-defense purposes only to possess, use, transport, sell or buy, but with a limitation of 50 cubic centimeter capacity,

  • South Dakota- No statutes or regulations concerning the sale, purchase, and legal use of chemical sprays.

  • Tennessee- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of aerosols, gases, etc.

  • Texas- A small chemical dispenser sold for personal protection is exempt from their weapons laws.

  • Utah- No prohibition against the use of chemical aerosol sprays as long as the product does not cause death or serious bodily injury.

  • Vermont- Statutes do not regulate or prohibit the sale of any aerosol spray used as a defensive weapon.

  • Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Washington- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • West Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Wisconsin- Sale, possession and use of chemical aerosol spray by other than law enforcement officers and members of the military in the line of duty is a felony.

  • Wyoming- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

 

Get one for yourself and for a friend! 

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Lipstick Pepper Spray Blue

Designed for women, this powerful pepper formula is contained inside a common looking lipstick that houses a powerful self protection OC pepper delivery system. The Lipstick Pepper Spray is a convenient and subtle way to carry the protection you need into any environment in which you might find yourself.

Contains 5 one second bursts and sprays up to 6 feet.

Made by Pepper Shot, a proven and popular brand of pepper sprays.

Available in five classy colors.

Pepper Spray Laws

 

State Laws Regarding Chemical Aerosol Deterrents

Many of our dealers sell chemical deterrent sprays in States other than where their principal place of business is located.  We get questions everyday as to which states are legal and which states have restrictive laws regarding sale, possession, and use of tear gas and/or pepper based deterrent sprays. In an attempt to ascertain what each state law are in regards to the use and sale of these products letters were mailed to each of the State Attorney Generals. The letters asked for copies of the current State laws covering chemical aerosol sprays used for self-defense.

The following summary of our research reflects what the various laws are on the sale and use of non-lethal spray weapons. In no way should this be regarded as the final word on the legal status of said laws. This report is not intended to take place of legal counsel nor should it be looked at as being any form of legal advice. Please check with your local authorities to obtain the latest information, as our politicians and bureaucrats have a tendency to change laws from one day to the next.

 

 Remember that Federal law prohibits the carrying of any type of chemical weapon on commercial aircraft, in federal buildings, prisons, and courts.

 

  • Alabama- No state law prohibiting or regulating a defensive aerosol spray product.

  • Alaska- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arizona- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arkansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • California- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use tear gas or pepper spray containing up to 2.5 oz of product. Certificates of training are no longer required. Products are not permitted for sale to felons or minors. Product packaging must meet                 standard Dept of Justice requirements.

  • Colorado- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Connecticut- State law is not specific about the classification and sale of any defensive aerosol. Anyone can purchase and carry a chemical spray product at the present time.

  • Delaware- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of any non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Florida- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use any chemical non-lethal spray weapon containing upto one-half ounce of       product. It is illegal to sell to persons under the age of 18.

  • Georgia- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Hawaii- There is no state law regarding the sale or possession of non-lethal spray weapons, but the City and County of Honolulu and the county of Hawaii have possession law except for those people who obtain a permit from that County's chief of police.

  • Idaho- Does not restrict or regulate the sale of non-lethal spray products but certain uses are prohibited.

  • Illinois- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Iowa- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays. 

  • Kansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray products. 

  • Kentucky- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Louisiana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Maine- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use for defending persons and premises.

  • Maryland- No state laws against the sale of tear gas or OC products but it is prohibited to carry tear gas openly with the intent or purpose of injuring a person.

  • Massachusetts- Any person wishing to sell or carry a tear gas product over 1 oz must obtain a license and a full weapons permit from a chief of police or commissioner of public safety.

  • Michigan-  Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 2%. No CN products or sales to minors allowed.

  • Minnesota- A person may sell, possess and use CN, CS, and OC products only if they are propelled from an aerosol container that is labeled with clearly written instructions on use. They cannot be sold where intoxicating liquor is sold. Some counties may elect to impose licensing requirements.

  • Mississippi- No laws regarding the sale, purchase or use of sprays for self-protection.

  • Missouri- No laws in effect forbidding possession or sale of non-lethal spray products.

  • Montana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Nebraska- No laws prohibiting or regulating tear gas type products.

  • Nevada- Permissible to possess aerosol spray irritants with active ingredient levels of 2% or less. Washoe County and City of Las Vegas require training and permits.

  • New Hampshire- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New Jersey- Permissible to sell, possess and legally use 3/4 oz. or less by anyone for personal protection.

  • New Mexico- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New York- Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 7%. Authorized retail sales of a self-defense spray are Dealers in firearms and licensed Pharmacists. This does not apply to wholesale distribution between a manufacturer and a retail vendor.

  • North Carolina- Any individual who has not been convicted of a felony can purchase for use for protection a tear gas product not exceeding 50 cubic centimeters in volume.

  • North Dakota- Any spray or aerosol containing CN, CS or other irritating agent can be carried without a concealed weapons permit except in gaming and alcoholic beverage establishments.

  • Ohio- No laws regarding  the sale or purchase of non-lethal spray weapons. The only law on use is that it is criminal mischief if used to interfere with the use or enjoyment of property of another.

  • Oklahoma- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Oregon - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons. However, Portland has a city ordinance which prohibits the possession and use of a tear gas dispensing device.

  • Pennsylvania- No specific laws or regulations concerning the sale, purchase or legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Rhode Island- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • South Carolina- Lawful for a person for self-defense purposes only to possess, use, transport, sell or buy, but with a limitation of 50 cubic centimeter capacity,

  • South Dakota- No statutes or regulations concerning the sale, purchase, and legal use of chemical sprays.

  • Tennessee- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of aerosols, gases, etc.

  • Texas- A small chemical dispenser sold for personal protection is exempt from their weapons laws.

  • Utah- No prohibition against the use of chemical aerosol sprays as long as the product does not cause death or serious bodily injury.

  • Vermont- Statutes do not regulate or prohibit the sale of any aerosol spray used as a defensive weapon.

  • Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Washington- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • West Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Wisconsin- Sale, possession and use of chemical aerosol spray by other than law enforcement officers and members of the military in the line of duty is a felony.

  • Wyoming- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

 

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Lipstick Pepper Spray Pink

Designed for women, this powerful pepper formula is contained inside a common looking lipstick that houses a powerful self protection OC pepper delivery system. The Lipstick Pepper Spray is a convenient and subtle way to carry the protection you need into any environment in which you might find yourself.

Contains 5 one second bursts and sprays up to 6 feet.

Made by Pepper Shot, a proven and popular brand of pepper sprays.

Available in five classy colors.

Pepper Spray Laws

 

State Laws Regarding Chemical Aerosol Deterrents

Many of our dealers sell chemical deterrent sprays in States other than where their principal place of business is located.  We get questions everyday as to which states are legal and which states have restrictive laws regarding sale, possession, and use of tear gas and/or pepper based deterrent sprays. In an attempt to ascertain what each state law are in regards to the use and sale of these products letters were mailed to each of the State Attorney Generals. The letters asked for copies of the current State laws covering chemical aerosol sprays used for self-defense.

The following summary of our research reflects what the various laws are on the sale and use of non-lethal spray weapons. In no way should this be regarded as the final word on the legal status of said laws. This report is not intended to take place of legal counsel nor should it be looked at as being any form of legal advice. Please check with your local authorities to obtain the latest information, as our politicians and bureaucrats have a tendency to change laws from one day to the next.

 

 Remember that Federal law prohibits the carrying of any type of chemical weapon on commercial aircraft, in federal buildings, prisons, and courts.

 

  • Alabama- No state law prohibiting or regulating a defensive aerosol spray product.

  • Alaska- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arizona- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arkansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • California- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use tear gas or pepper spray containing up to 2.5 oz of product. Certificates of training are no longer required. Products are not permitted for sale to felons or minors. Product packaging must meet                 standard Dept of Justice requirements.

  • Colorado- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Connecticut- State law is not specific about the classification and sale of any defensive aerosol. Anyone can purchase and carry a chemical spray product at the present time.

  • Delaware- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of any non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Florida- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use any chemical non-lethal spray weapon containing upto one-half ounce of       product. It is illegal to sell to persons under the age of 18.

  • Georgia- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Hawaii- There is no state law regarding the sale or possession of non-lethal spray weapons, but the City and County of Honolulu and the county of Hawaii have possession law except for those people who obtain a permit from that County's chief of police.

  • Idaho- Does not restrict or regulate the sale of non-lethal spray products but certain uses are prohibited.

  • Illinois- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Iowa- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays. 

  • Kansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray products. 

  • Kentucky- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Louisiana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Maine- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use for defending persons and premises.

  • Maryland- No state laws against the sale of tear gas or OC products but it is prohibited to carry tear gas openly with the intent or purpose of injuring a person.

  • Massachusetts- Any person wishing to sell or carry a tear gas product over 1 oz must obtain a license and a full weapons permit from a chief of police or commissioner of public safety.

  • Michigan-  Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 2%. No CN products or sales to minors allowed.

  • Minnesota- A person may sell, possess and use CN, CS, and OC products only if they are propelled from an aerosol container that is labeled with clearly written instructions on use. They cannot be sold where intoxicating liquor is sold. Some counties may elect to impose licensing requirements.

  • Mississippi- No laws regarding the sale, purchase or use of sprays for self-protection.

  • Missouri- No laws in effect forbidding possession or sale of non-lethal spray products.

  • Montana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Nebraska- No laws prohibiting or regulating tear gas type products.

  • Nevada- Permissible to possess aerosol spray irritants with active ingredient levels of 2% or less. Washoe County and City of Las Vegas require training and permits.

  • New Hampshire- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New Jersey- Permissible to sell, possess and legally use 3/4 oz. or less by anyone for personal protection.

  • New Mexico- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New York- Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 7%. Authorized retail sales of a self-defense spray are Dealers in firearms and licensed Pharmacists. This does not apply to wholesale distribution between a manufacturer and a retail vendor.

  • North Carolina- Any individual who has not been convicted of a felony can purchase for use for protection a tear gas product not exceeding 50 cubic centimeters in volume.

  • North Dakota- Any spray or aerosol containing CN, CS or other irritating agent can be carried without a concealed weapons permit except in gaming and alcoholic beverage establishments.

  • Ohio- No laws regarding  the sale or purchase of non-lethal spray weapons. The only law on use is that it is criminal mischief if used to interfere with the use or enjoyment of property of another.

  • Oklahoma- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Oregon - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons. However, Portland has a city ordinance which prohibits the possession and use of a tear gas dispensing device.

  • Pennsylvania- No specific laws or regulations concerning the sale, purchase or legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Rhode Island- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • South Carolina- Lawful for a person for self-defense purposes only to possess, use, transport, sell or buy, but with a limitation of 50 cubic centimeter capacity,

  • South Dakota- No statutes or regulations concerning the sale, purchase, and legal use of chemical sprays.

  • Tennessee- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of aerosols, gases, etc.

  • Texas- A small chemical dispenser sold for personal protection is exempt from their weapons laws.

  • Utah- No prohibition against the use of chemical aerosol sprays as long as the product does not cause death or serious bodily injury.

  • Vermont- Statutes do not regulate or prohibit the sale of any aerosol spray used as a defensive weapon.

  • Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Washington- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • West Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Wisconsin- Sale, possession and use of chemical aerosol spray by other than law enforcement officers and members of the military in the line of duty is a felony.

  • Wyoming- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

 

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Lipstick Pepper Spray Red

Designed for women, this powerful pepper formula is contained inside a common looking lipstick that houses a powerful self protection OC pepper delivery system. The Lipstick Pepper Spray is a convenient and subtle way to carry the protection you need into any environment in which you might find yourself.

Contains 5 one second bursts and sprays up to 6 feet.

Made by Pepper Shot, a proven and popular brand of pepper sprays.

Available in five classy colors.

Pepper Spray Laws

 

State Laws Regarding Chemical Aerosol Deterrents

Many of our dealers sell chemical deterrent sprays in States other than where their principal place of business is located.  We get questions everyday as to which states are legal and which states have restrictive laws regarding sale, possession, and use of tear gas and/or pepper based deterrent sprays. In an attempt to ascertain what each state law are in regards to the use and sale of these products letters were mailed to each of the State Attorney Generals. The letters asked for copies of the current State laws covering chemical aerosol sprays used for self-defense.

The following summary of our research reflects what the various laws are on the sale and use of non-lethal spray weapons. In no way should this be regarded as the final word on the legal status of said laws. This report is not intended to take place of legal counsel nor should it be looked at as being any form of legal advice. Please check with your local authorities to obtain the latest information, as our politicians and bureaucrats have a tendency to change laws from one day to the next.

 

 Remember that Federal law prohibits the carrying of any type of chemical weapon on commercial aircraft, in federal buildings, prisons, and courts.

 

  • Alabama- No state law prohibiting or regulating a defensive aerosol spray product.

  • Alaska- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arizona- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Arkansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • California- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use tear gas or pepper spray containing up to 2.5 oz of product. Certificates of training are no longer required. Products are not permitted for sale to felons or minors. Product packaging must meet                 standard Dept of Justice requirements.

  • Colorado- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Connecticut- State law is not specific about the classification and sale of any defensive aerosol. Anyone can purchase and carry a chemical spray product at the present time.

  • Delaware- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of any non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Florida- It is legal to sell, purchase, and legally use any chemical non-lethal spray weapon containing upto one-half ounce of       product. It is illegal to sell to persons under the age of 18.

  • Georgia- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Hawaii- There is no state law regarding the sale or possession of non-lethal spray weapons, but the City and County of Honolulu and the county of Hawaii have possession law except for those people who obtain a permit from that County's chief of police.

  • Idaho- Does not restrict or regulate the sale of non-lethal spray products but certain uses are prohibited.

  • Illinois- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Iowa- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal sprays. 

  • Kansas- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray products. 

  • Kentucky- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Louisiana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Maine- No laws regulating the sale, purchase and legal use for defending persons and premises.

  • Maryland- No state laws against the sale of tear gas or OC products but it is prohibited to carry tear gas openly with the intent or purpose of injuring a person.

  • Massachusetts- Any person wishing to sell or carry a tear gas product over 1 oz must obtain a license and a full weapons permit from a chief of police or commissioner of public safety.

  • Michigan-  Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 2%. No CN products or sales to minors allowed.

  • Minnesota- A person may sell, possess and use CN, CS, and OC products only if they are propelled from an aerosol container that is labeled with clearly written instructions on use. They cannot be sold where intoxicating liquor is sold. Some counties may elect to impose licensing requirements.

  • Mississippi- No laws regarding the sale, purchase or use of sprays for self-protection.

  • Missouri- No laws in effect forbidding possession or sale of non-lethal spray products.

  • Montana- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Nebraska- No laws prohibiting or regulating tear gas type products.

  • Nevada- Permissible to possess aerosol spray irritants with active ingredient levels of 2% or less. Washoe County and City of Las Vegas require training and permits.

  • New Hampshire- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New Jersey- Permissible to sell, possess and legally use 3/4 oz. or less by anyone for personal protection.

  • New Mexico- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • New York- Maximum allowable strength for OC or CS product is 7%. Authorized retail sales of a self-defense spray are Dealers in firearms and licensed Pharmacists. This does not apply to wholesale distribution between a manufacturer and a retail vendor.

  • North Carolina- Any individual who has not been convicted of a felony can purchase for use for protection a tear gas product not exceeding 50 cubic centimeters in volume.

  • North Dakota- Any spray or aerosol containing CN, CS or other irritating agent can be carried without a concealed weapons permit except in gaming and alcoholic beverage establishments.

  • Ohio- No laws regarding  the sale or purchase of non-lethal spray weapons. The only law on use is that it is criminal mischief if used to interfere with the use or enjoyment of property of another.

  • Oklahoma- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Oregon - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons. However, Portland has a city ordinance which prohibits the possession and use of a tear gas dispensing device.

  • Pennsylvania- No specific laws or regulations concerning the sale, purchase or legal use of non-lethal sprays.

  • Rhode Island- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • South Carolina- Lawful for a person for self-defense purposes only to possess, use, transport, sell or buy, but with a limitation of 50 cubic centimeter capacity,

  • South Dakota- No statutes or regulations concerning the sale, purchase, and legal use of chemical sprays.

  • Tennessee- No laws regarding the sale, purchase, and legal use of aerosols, gases, etc.

  • Texas- A small chemical dispenser sold for personal protection is exempt from their weapons laws.

  • Utah- No prohibition against the use of chemical aerosol sprays as long as the product does not cause death or serious bodily injury.

  • Vermont- Statutes do not regulate or prohibit the sale of any aerosol spray used as a defensive weapon.

  • Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Washington- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • West Virginia - No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

  • Wisconsin- Sale, possession and use of chemical aerosol spray by other than law enforcement officers and members of the military in the line of duty is a felony.

  • Wyoming- No laws regarding the sale, purchase and legal use of non-lethal spray weapons.

 

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Jolt 20 Million Zombie Attack Protection (ZAP) Stun Gun

Protect yourself from the inevitable Zombie attack. No one should be without a Jolt 20 Million Zombie Attack Protection (ZAP) Stun Gun. Zombies don’t fear guns or grenades- those can’t stop them- but they do fear the ZAP! If it works on Zombies just imagine what it’ll do to a real person!

Features:
Triple stun technology: Most stun guns on the market today have only one or two points of contact. When using this model to defend yourself, the Triple Stun Technology (TST) allows the electrical charge to emanate between three separate points on the metal probes at the top of the stun gun, making for a louder and more intimidating sound. Even when test fired the loud, bright electrical burst is often enough to stop an attacker; and if not, a jolt from this Jolt certainly will!
Metal disable pin: Prevents an attacker from taking this stun gun away and using it on you. A strap worn around the wrist attaches to a disable pin on the bottom of the unit. If the stun gun is taken from you, the pin will pull out, preventing it from working. Unlike other models this pin is made of metal.
Built-In Charger: The slide-out plug on this unit allows for easy charging. There are no cords to keep up with; simply plug into a standard wall outlet. Bright LED Flashlight: The LED flashlight provides a convenient source of light whenever you need it and eliminates the need to carry a heavy, bulky flashlight.


Safety Switch: To prevent accidental discharge, three levels of safety have been built in. The disable pin must be inserted, the safety switch must be in the on position and the Stun Activation Button must be pressed before the stun gun will operate.


Rubberized Armor Coating: Protects the unit and ensures a firm grip.
Holster Included: A nylon holster with belt loop is included for easy carrying.
Warranty: This Jolt Stun Gun comes with a 5 year warranty.

Three Available Colors:  Green   Purple  Pink  -  Specify What Color 

 

Stun Gun Laws

 

STATES THAT STUNNING DEVICES ARE RESTRICTED: 

  • HAWAII
  • ILLINOIS
  • MASSACHUSETTS 
  • MICHIGAN 
  • NEW JERSEY 
  • NEW YORK 
  • RHODE ISLAND 
  • WISCONSIN 

CITIES WHERE STUNNING DEVICES ARE RESTRICTED: 

  • ANNAPOLIS, MD 
  • BALTIMORE, MD 
  • BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD 
  • DENSION / CRAWFORD COUNTY, IA (*According to Sheriff Tom Hogan*) 
  • DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
  • PHILADELPHIA

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