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Benefits of Carrying Pepper Spray

Whether you're a woman walking alone, an elder person or live in a rough neighborhood, pepper sprays are handy to have around. It's a sufficient non-lethal weapon to have when you are by yourself. It is an invaluable instrument of self-defense. It's always beneficial to carry pepper spray cans especially if you have late night commutes all by yourself. You can keep it in your car too.

Pepper spray inflames the mucous membranes of the attacker's eyes, nose, throat and lungs. This causes the attacker to instantly close the eyes and be temporarily blinded by the sudden onslaught. Attackers encounter breathing problems as the pepper spray is extremely pungent. The effects usually lasts 30 minutes or so, depending on its potency. But it's in the first few seconds that you can make your escape to safety. It's a great self-defense weapon because it immediately incapacitates your attacker, letting you to run for cover.

Barring a few locations, pepper sprays are perfectly legal in most countries. You may just have to do a quick check to find out where it's restricted. But one thing is for sure, having pepper spray in your purse is a comfortable thought. It has saved lives and mishaps of the worst kind.

Pepper sprays can be quite inexpensive. But they are worth it. Plus, they are simple to operate. Anybody who has used aerosols will know how to use them. Also they are convenient to carry easily in your purse, pocket or jacket. They even come disguised as lipsticks, rings and fresheners. It's a great bit of equipment to own that will keep you safe in case you need to use it.

Pepper sprays come in different sizes and potency. You can enjoy safer morning walks, nightly jogging or hazardous commutes with confidence. This simple apparatus will allow you to deal with emergencies and violent acts with courage and determination-never let anyone get the better of you.

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