Mace Pepper Guns are non-lethal self-defense weapons that allow people to defend themselves from attackers without causing them any serious harm. The Mace Pepper Gun is a projectile launcher that fires an aerosol spray filled with Oleoresin Capsicum, commonly known as pepper spray. This powerful chemical causes intense discomfort and temporarily incapacitates the targeted person, giving the user enough time to get away or call for help.
The Mace Pepper Gun is designed to look like a real gun, making it not only effective in deterring attackers but also immediately recognizable by law enforcement officers who may respond to a situation involving the weapon.
What are the laws and legalities for Mace Pepper Guns?
Though the Mace Pepper Gun is a non-lethal weapon, laws vary by state and the use of such weapons can still be considered a criminal offense in some jurisdictions. The United States Constitution guarantees citizens’ right to bear arms, but this right does not necessarily extend to Mace Pepper Guns.
In states where pepper spray is considered a firearm, it generally cannot be carried concealed without a permit. In other states, a person must be of legal age (typically 18) to purchase or possess pepper spray. Furthermore, many states have restrictions on the size and concentration of pepper spray that can be purchased and carried in public.