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Mace Defensive Sprays

Mace is one of the most well-known and trusted brands of defensive spray on the market. Mace pepper spray is a non-lethal self-protection product that temporarily blinds and disables attackers for up to an hour, giving you more than enough time to get away safely and get help. Mace defensive spray is very easy to learn to use making it a great defensive product for anyone. Its compact size allows you to carry it around discreetly and quickly take it out when needed.

Keep in mind Mace is simply a brand name, it's usually used to indicate so-called tear gas products. Mace is essentially tear gas, usually called defense spray, and the name Mace may be associated with other products such as certain pepper sprays.

Some find that tear gas or a derivative of tear gas, which is available to civilians, is not as effective as pepper spray when it comes to personal defense. Mace is generally used to control large crowds or to force someone from a structure/room, and is used often by law enforcement and the military.

Mace is classified as an irritant, while pepper spray is classified as an inflammatory. Pepper spray has an immediate effect on most people, and generally will incapacitate an assailant. Tear gas available “over the counter” usually does not have an immediate effect on those intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.

There may be restrictions on the concentration of the active ingredient when purchasing and there may be restriction on where Mace or Pepper Spray can be purchased. If there are restrictions then they would usually have to be bought from a licensed firearm dealer or even from a pharmacist.

Shop our entire selection of Mace sprays and Mace accessories, now in a variety of designs and colors, to find the defensive spray that’s perfect for your protection needs. Always verify that it is legal to purchase and use Mace spray or defensive spray in your area before ordering.

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Is it advisable to use Mace or pepper spray for protection from human or animal attackers? For all intents and purposes, current Mace is 10% OC pepper spray, which makes it no different than most any pepper spray. The Mace hot pink, women’s, police-strength, home and jogger pepper sprays, for example, have a 10% concentration of non-lethal OC. The Pepper Mace defense spray products for use on dogs and bears are OC pepper sprays as well, with doses specific to their targets.

Mace pepper sprays generally involve a simple flip and grip operation. Most have a key chain and a finger-grip dispenser. Some have special features, like the PepperGard Leather Plus model’s glow-in-the-dark locking safety cap or the Keyguard model’s orientation tab. These compact and pocketable pepper sprays are great for women and first-time users.

However, not all Mace defensive sprays come as a liquid stream in an aerosol can. The pepper gun, gel and foam are popular innovations that can debilitate an attacker from as far as 25 feet away. Mace Pepper Gun, with an LED strobe option, can be sprayed relentlessly, and from upside down. Mace Pepper Gel and Mace Pepper Foam can be used effectively where it is windy, and safely even when indoors. They stick stubbornly, and more deeply when being wiped off. Lifting the cap of the Night Defender Pepper Gel activates an LED light automatically.

The Mace Pepper Baton is a concealable mini pepper spray inside a kubotan. The disguised pepper spray is refillable, and the kubotan can be carried in a necklace or a key ring.

An attacker pepper-sprayed with Mace will feel a burning-like pain and disorientation, struggle to breathe and see clearly, and cough and tear up uncontrollably. The culprit will recover from all the Mace pepper spray effects with no irreversible damage, but not without being incapacitated for 30 to 45 minutes and experiencing the aftereffects for hours. You should use that time to flee to safety and then call 9-1-1.