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In Oregon, do you need a concealed weapons permit to carry a taser? What about pepper spray?

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

I have a creep in my neighborhood pepper spraying young women and beating the crap out of them. Was wondering if it legal for me to carry a taser (the one that shoots those rods out) in my car or purse?? And what about pepper spray? Do I need a concealed weapons permit?

No, not in state law. An absence of a law on something of that nature would generally constitute legal standing. However, Taser requires a background check to activate the product. Essentially, when you buy a taser, it’s an expensive paperweight and then you have to call and activate it, and taser will perform the check themselves.
As for pepper spray, it’s always a good idea, and I am mulling over the idea of carrying it as a less lethal alternative to my firearm. I recommend either FOX or Red Saber, but get the ones that use tear gas, UV dye, and a high oleoresin capsicum (OC) percentage. The package will give the percentage and an SHU score, which is the Scoville Heat Unit rank, it shows how hot the product is. Look up the scoville heat unit index for reference.
While less lethal alternatives are a great asset to have, they have their problems.
Tasers are equipped with a cartridge that contains one set of electrodes, if you missed, your only hope will be to dump the cartridge and get up close and personal with the bad guy and use it as a stun gun. The other problem is that tasers were designed for cops, who could deploy the electrodes, and drop the threat long enough to cuff him or her. Tasers aren’t stun guns and they cause loss of consciousness, they are used as pain compliance tools to disrupt the nervous system long enough to stop the immediate threat and cuff him. In a matter of seconds after the taser quits firing he will regain his mobility.
Pepper spray is better because it delivers fast acting results however it’s possible that It can cause a response from your body, for instance it could cause you to suffer the same effects by proximity.
Not to discourage you, by all means carry either or both, but getting a gun, learning how to use it and becoming proficient with it, then getting a license is a great idea. It’s my belief that everyone should carry one or all three of these things as situations differ.
Good luck.

Pepper Spray Not Allowed In Australia

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

I find it very difficult to believe that defenseless women in Australia are not allowed to purchase or possess Pepper Spray for protection. Take a look at this video!

Self Defense Products – Which Non Lethal Weapon Is Best For You

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

Self defense products offer a nonlethal alternative to deadly force. They give you time to get away from a dangerous situation and seek help. Nothing more! There are lots of nonlethal self defense weapons to choose from. Self defense items like stun guns, tasers and pepper sprays all work and are easy-to-use and very effective.

Here is a comparison of the three most common ones.

1. Pepper sprays-these are the smallest in the cheapest of the three with prices starting at $10. They provide up to 45 minutes of safety for you to seek help at a dangerous situation. Some come disguised. The lipstick pepper spray is one of the most popular. No one can tell what it is. The Mace pepper gun has a range of 25 feet. Almost all pepper sprays shoot a 10 percent solution of oleoresin capsicum (OC) which is nasty stuff. It causes shortness of breath, coughing, and heavy tearing of the eyes almost to the point of closing them. Oh and severe pain.

2. Stun guns must be applied to an assailant up close and personal. A lot of people have a hard time with that. They are hand held devices with usually two prongs on one end. The prongs conduct an electrical charge that when applied to an assailant for 3 to 5 seconds causes the body to over work so much that all blood sugars are used up depleting energy levels. No long-lasting damage is done.

3. Tasers – shoot two electrified barbs up to 15 feet away. In tests done tasers have more stopping power than a 9 mm handgun. They are used by over 11,000 law enforcement agencies in the country. Does that give you an idea how effective they are? The taser overrides the central nervous system providing a nearly 100 percent take down rate.

Which is best for you? Only you can decide. I always recommend a pepper spray and a stun gun for short and long range protection.

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Why buy pepper spray for personal protection – Kimber PepperBlaster II – http://pepperblaster.com

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Why give your loved one a PepperBlaster? Because you can’t always be by their side. Because you don’t like to worry. But the most important reason is because PepperBlaster works. PepperBlaster is the most advanced pepper technology, and will stop threats at a distance in a way old-school aerosol pepper sprays can’t match. PepperBlaster. Because you care.

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NYPD Police Pepper Spray Occupy Wall Street Protesters (Anthony Balogna)

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

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The original slow motion video analysis of NYPD Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna mace deployment near Union Square on September 24, 2011 as relayed by and credited with strengthening the nascent movement by New York Times, CBS, UPI, The Guardian, Village Voice, and broadcast on MSNBC (citations: http://occupy.uslaw.com/post/11068650072/pepper-spray-video-strengthens-occupy-wall-streeet).

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Raw video “PEACEFUL FEMALE PROTESTORS PENNED IN THE STREET AND MACED!”: http://youtu.be/moD2JnGTToA

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Human Guinea Pigs – Chilli Pepper Spray

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

How much does Pepper Spray hurt? A lot. Stupid pigs

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Women’s Shooting Academy Pepper Spray

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Women’s Shooting Academy, Vicki gets pepper sprayed for the first time….and last time!

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Should pepper spray be legalised in canada?

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Do you want pepper spray to be legalised in canada for civilian use.

It is great for vulnerable women.

should pepper spray remain illegal?

It should be take off the list of prohibited devices and the criminal code should be amended to allow people to carry weapons for self defence concealed and openly. Currently it is illegal to carry anything including legal objects for the purpose of self defence against human predators. With the exception of a few judges, politicians and other important people who are licenced to carry handguns.