Many companies say their pepper spray is endorsed by the police or used by the police. SHIELD PROTECTION PRODUCTS pepper spray is MADE BY POLICE!! We are owned and operated by experienced police officers.
Shield Protection Products key chain pepper is very compact and easy to carry while also delivering a powerful burst of pepper spray capable of incapacitating an attacker for up to 45 minutes. Our pepper spray contains 1.4% Major Capsaicinoids and is derived from over 2 million Scoville Heat Units (SHU).
What does that mean for you? It means that our pepper spray is made by police officers with your safety in mind. That’s why our pepper spray comes with a TRAINING VIDEO to give you important safety information.
- UV Marking Dye
- Sprays 6-12 Feet
- Approx. 12-One Second Burst or 12 Second Continuous Spray
- Strong Irritant
- Easy To Conceal
- Simple Operation
- Flip top actuator – Prevents Accidental Discharge
- Keychain Attachment for Convenience
- Created & Designed by Active Police Officers
- Made in USA
- Training Video with Every Purchase
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Depress spray head actuator to dispense. The unit delivers a dense irritant projected 6-12 feet, depending on conditions. Direct discharge toward face and eyes of offender. WARNING: Federal regulations prohibit transportation by civil passenger aircraft. See our blog post: Pepper Spray Essentials: A Guide for Beginners
STRONG IRRITANT. Active ingredients are approximately 10% Oleoresin Capsicum (1.4% Capsaicinoids) in a nonflammable solution. Product contains an irritant that affects eyes, respiratory system, and skin. In case of exposure, rinse eyes with cold water, and wash skin with cold water and soap. Expose contaminated area to fresh air. If irritation persists, consult with a physician. Use no creams, salves, or oils. CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. Do not puncture or incinerate. Store between 32° F – 120° F. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. These contents are dangerous. Use extreme caution. This product must be used and purchased in accordance with local, state, and federal laws.