Why should I practice with a SABRE Practice Spray?
SABRE Practice Spray makes an ideal complement to your SABRE Pepper Spray for a number of reasons:
- You'll become familiar with retrieving your pepper spray, grasping it properly, unlocking the spray, and deploying.
- The first time you deploy your spray SHOULD NOT be in a potentially stressful situation.
- When you become proficient with the practice spray, you'll be more prepared to use pepper spray in a real life emergency.
- Through target practice, you'll become familiar with the spray pattern and deployment range, and your accuracy will improve.
- Practice deploying the spray with one hand in order to leave one hand free.
- A great way to become familiar without using pepper spray.
- Available as a Hard Case, ½ oz Canister, and as a replacement cartridge for your SABRE Red Spitfire.
- A low cost way to maximize your safety.
As all of the steps come together, you'll be more confident in your own abilities.
Before deciding to purchase a pepper spray, you should check with your local law enforcement department for specific laws on possession of, permissible uses of, and restrictions on pepper spray products in your city, county, or state. The following states have shipping restrictions on pepper spray:
States and Districts Where Pepper Sprays are Restricted
- New York: Sold in pharmacies and by licensed firearms dealers. Animal sprays ordered online are legal.
- Massachusetts: Sold by licensed firearms dealers. Animal sprays ordered online are legal.
- Wisconsin: Pepper spray only, no stronger than 10% concentrate. Safety features required. Weight allowed 15-60 grams.
- California: Weight restricted to 2.5 ounces (about 70 grams).
- Washington D.C.: You must register with the police for possession of pepper spray.