Crossfire Technology Increases Target Acquisition When Controlling Dynamic Subjects
Featuring SABRE Crossfire® Technology, the SABRE Red 1.33% MC, 1.5 oz., MK-3 Crossfire® Gel maximizes target acquisition by deploying from any angle or orientation.
The MK-3 Crossfire gel deploys six (8) full one (1) second bursts at a range of 15 to 20 ft | 4.6 to 6 m.
The MK-4 Crossfire gel deploys thirteen (13) full one (1) second bursts at a range of 15 to 20 ft | 4.6 to 6 m.
Gel greatly reduces cross contamination by not allowing the formula to atomize into the air. Furthermore, gel is least affected by wind.
- Crossfire® Technology
- 5-year shelf life
- Backed by eye, skin, and inhalation testing
- Target acquisition confirmation
- UV marking dye
- Non-flammable/EID compatible
- High temperature exposure test
- Low temperature exposure test
- Test fired before leaving factory
- PSI accuracy test before leaving factory
- Leakage prevention test before leaving factory
- ISO 9001:2008 Certified
- Range: 12-15 ft | 4-5 m
- 10% OC
- SHU: 2,000,000
- Scoville content: 200,000
- Capsaicinoids: 1.33%
- Flip top firing mechanism
- Nitrogen propellant
- Seamless extruded aluminum canister
- Height: 4.4" | 11.3 cm
- Diameter: 1.5" | 3.8 cm
- Weight: 1.5 oz | 42g | 45 ml
- Height: 6.44" | 16.35 cm
- Diameter: 1.5" | 3.8 cm
- Weight: 3 oz | 85 g | 89 ml
Crossfire 3rd generation technology allows SABRE OC canisters to deploy continuously from any position increasing Officer safety and reducing control and restraint challenges.
- Crossfire will deploy vertically downward, from a horizontal position, if needed.
- Crossfire will deploy vertically upward, from a horizontal position, if needed.
- Inert training units featuring Crossfire Technology are also available.
Water soluble Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) and ultraviolet making dye. The formulation is non-flammable and electronic immobilization device compatible. Each canister is stabilized and contains an operating pressure of 140 PSI.
All canisters are labeled with a protective Mylar over lamination cover which resists wear and water damage. Canisters are labeled with the shot pattern, batch number, serial number and expiration date. Individually serialized canisters permit easy identification and link to formulation batch numbers for quality assurance tracking.
Security Equipment Corporation maintains quality control system in accordance with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for the following:
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Tests:
- Operation Test
- Discharge Duration Test
- Intermittent Discharge Test
- High Temperature Exposure Test
- One Year Time Leakage Test
- Temperature Cycle Test
- Operating Weight Test
- Gasket Dependability Test
- Hydrostatic Pressure Test
- Pressure Vessel Test
Federal Regulations: Security Equipment Corporation certifies that all units comply with the following:
- 29 CFR 1910 - Occupational Safety And Health Standards
- AOAC 995.03 - Oleoresin Capsicum Assay
- 16 CFR 1500.41 - Test for skin irritant
- 16 CFR 1500.130 - Labeling of self-pressurized canisters
- 16 CFR 1500.45 - Test method for determining flammability of contents of self-pressurized canisters
- 16 CFR 1500.42 - Test for eye irritant
- 16 CFR 1500.3 - Acute Inhalation Toxicity Study
* AOAC Official Method 995.03 Capsaicinoids in Capsicums and Their Extractives, Liquid Chromatographic Method (HPLC). Security Equipment Corporation uses AOAC Method 995.03 because it is the preferred method of the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Federal Government.
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.
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 g
- California: Weight restricted to 2.5 oz | 73.9 g
- Washington D.C.: You must register with the police for possession of pepper spray.