Why Pepper Guns Work

Kimber Pepper Blaster 2 GreyWe’re all familiar with pepper spray.  Some are small canisters on key chains and some are larger and some are so large that police carry them, they’re 1 pound jumbo size.  And, there are different brands of them:  WildFire, MACE, Sabre, to name a few.

So, then, what’s so great about a Pepper Gun?

Pepper Guns combine the effectiveness of high quality pepper spray into a delivery mechanism that allows for better aim, can shoot either farther or at higher velocities, or both, and might even be visually menacing enough to stop an attack before it even begins.  And, its this last situation that is really beneficial.  Think about it, you come face to face with someone who wants your wallet and tells you to empty your pockets.  In so doing, you pull out a a pepper gun and point it at them.  They put their hands up and say they “don’t want any trouble” and back away.  This is truly what a pepper gun can do.

In addition to this, they can certainly back up what they are intended to do.  All three models of these self defense weapons, the Kimber Pepper Blaster, the MACE Pepper Gun Pistol and the Piexon JPX Jet Protector all have incredibly hot pepper spray formula as their “bullet”.  So, upon firing your weapon at someone, you will be shooting them with a pepper formula that is designed to cause intense pain, difficulty in breathing, coughing, hacking, crying and overall mental confusion for up to 45 minutes.  You’ll have plenty of time to get away.

And, contrary to that of a stun gun or knife, a pepper gun allows for a safer distance between you and an attacker.  The Kimber Pepper Blaster, for instance, shoots up to 13 feet and at speeds of 100 mph.  And, the MACE Pepper Gun can shoot 25 feet.  The JPX Jet Protector from Piexon can shoot over 20 feet and at speeds of over 400 mph!  With these abilities to shoot, these weapons allow for safe distances AND very little to NO reaction time by whomever you’re spraying.

This is why Pepper Guns are proven to work and are now spreading like wildfire as the choice of self defense weapons in the United States and around the world.

-By E Harris