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Pepper Spray Laws

 
 
PEPPER SPRAY LAWS




Due to laws restricting the sale and/or importation of pepper sprays within the following states, orders placed with shipping addresses residing within these states will be cancelled and refunded.

 

STATES WHERE PEPPER SPRAYS ARE RESTRICTED


NEW YORK:  New York residents may only purchase defense sprays from licensed Firearms Dealers or licensed Pharmacists in that state. Canine and bear spray are allowed.


MASSACHUSETTS:  Massachusetts residents must obtain a FID (Firearms Identification Card) to purchase or carry pepper spray. Click here for an application.  Fax us a copy of the license before you order.





STATES WHERE PEPPER SPRAYS HAVE SOME RESTRICTIONS


MICHIGAN:  OC Pepper spray can be no stronger then a 2% concentrate (Different companies can sell different concentrations.) CS is the only Tear Gas accepted and can be no larger then 35 grams per can. No combination spray allowed. Purchase only MACE MICHIGAN APPROVED pepper spray products on this site.



WISCONSIN:   Tear gas is not permissible. Choose a pure oleoresin formula. A "device or container that contains a combination of oleoresin of capsicum and inert ingredients" is permissible. By regulation, OC products with a maximum OC concentration of 10% and weight range of oleoresin of capsicum and inert ingredients of 15-60 grams is authorized. This is 1/2 oz. to 2 oz. sprays. Further, the product can not be camouflaged, and must have a safety feature designed to prevent accidental discharge. The units must also be sold in sealed tamper-proof packages. Wisconsin Statutes Section 941.26 and Justice Regulations 14.01 et seq. We recommend Pepper Shot pepper spray to Wisconsin residents.


NOTE: Defensive sprays, pepper sprays, tear gas and animal repellents may only be sold to those individuals 18 years of age or older.  Pepper Sprays Etc. makes no warranty against the accuracy of the above state law list, nor does Pepper Sprays Etc. warrant nor guarantee against it's completeness.  Customers should always check local, state and federal laws regarding the use and/or possession of pepper sprays or any other defense spray prior to purchase.