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Mace Defensive Sprays

Question: Is Mace illegal?

Answer: Laws on Pepper Spray, Mace, & Tear Gas. ... Dog and bear pepper sprays are LEGAL in all 48 contigous states and can be purchased through online defense spray retailers, including the Pepper Spray Store. In most states pepper spray is legal against bears but using mace and tear gas is not legal.

Question: Are Mace and Pepper Spray The Same?

Answer: Mace and pepper spray are two DIFFERENT self defense products: Traditional chemical mace (CN) is classified as an irritant and is similar to tear gas. Pepper spray is classified as an inflammatory agent and will immediately incapacitate an assailant.

Question: CAN I USE THE PEPPER SPRAY AFTER IT\'S EXPIRED?

Answer: Mace® Brand Defense Sprays have a shelf life of four years from the date of manufacture and each Mace® Brand unit is labeled with an expiration date. An expired unit will not have the amount of pressurization needed to spray properly. 

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Question: WHAT IS THE PROPER WAY TO STORE PEPPER SPRAY?

Answer: Store your Mace Spray in cool dry area away from heat, flame or strong light. Do not store it in an environment where the temperature may exceed 120 degrees 

F (50 degrees C) such as an enclosed vehicle.

Question: In what states is Mace Spray Legal?

Answer: Laws on Pepper Spray, Mace, & Tear Gas. ... Dog and bear pepper sprays are LEGAL in all 48 contigous states and can be purchased through online defense spray retailers. In most states pepper spray is legal against bears but using Mace and tear gas is not legal.

Choosing The Right Self Defense Tool

Ask yourself if you would be able to handle a gun, or would you be more comfortable with something non-lethal like Mace spray, a stun gun or a Taser.

What is Mace Defense Spray?

When it comes to self-defense products, mace is practically a household name. Chances are you have heard of mace more than any other self-defense product, which is why you are considering buying some.

Mace is a type of tear gas in the form of an aerosol spray which propels the tear gas formulation that is mixed with a volatile solvent. This product is sometimes used as a self-defense device by individuals or as a non-lethal method to control suspected criminals by law enforcement officials.

Mace sprays are self-defense products created through Mace International, who are known for their self-defense and security products. Most of these sprays contain a unique combination of two ingredients. The first ingredient is OC pepper spray, which is an extremely effective inflammatory which cause the eyes to shut, the throat to swell causing uncontrollable choking, intense burning sensations to the face and skin, and the nose to run. The second ingredient is CS tear gas, which cause almost immediate tearing of the eyes and disorientation. The combined effects of both of these components makes for a very effective self-defense weapon.

What makes Mace an excellent option is the sheer variety of products they have. They have everything from key chains, weights, and sprays to foams and gels which engulf the face and become more painful as time goes on. Their sprays come in a wide variety of sizes for easy access and convenience. Mace also carries brands for animals such as bears and dogs, which are specifically formulated to work effectively against these animals. They even have state-specific sprays, such as Michigan approved sprays which meet the requirements of the state laws in these areas.

Mace is a type of tear gas in the form of an aerosol spray which propels the tear gas formulation that is mixed with a volatile solvent. This product is sometimes used as a self-defense device by individuals or as a non-lethal method to control suspected criminals by law enforcement officials.

Is Mace Pepper Spray Legal To Use?

Yes, in general, Mace Pepper Spray is legal to use and carry in all 50 states. There are some exceptions, however. For example, any passenger on a commercial airline flight is prohibited from carrying on Mace Pepper Spray. Mace Pepper Spray is generally classified as a non-lethal weapon and there are certain specific instances when the possession or use of ANY type of weapon should be restricted in the interest of public safety.

Certain states have their own laws that prohibit the shipment of Mace Pepper Spray to that state such as:

New York: New York residents may only purchase defense sprays including Mace or other brands of pepper spray/tear gas from licensed Firearms Dealers or licensed Pharmacists in that state.

Massachusetts: Massachusetts residents may only purchase defense sprays including Mace or other brands of pepper spray/tear gas from licensed Firearms Dealers in that state.

At the bottom of this page you will find a tab marked PRODUCT LAWS & RESTRICTIONS, please review this tab to see what restrictions may apply to the purchase of this product in your city or state.