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Pepper Spray Videos

Posted by Rob on Friday, 29 August, 2008

For those wondering what it is like to be sprayed with pepper spray and wondering if pepper spray or mace defensive sprays actually work.

When someone is sprayed with OC pepper spray, the person’s eyes slam shut. Even if someone does manage to get their eyes open, they won’t be able to see because OC dilates the capillaries and causes temporary blindness. Additionally, instant inflammation of the breathing tissues restricts all but life support breathing. They may double over and begin to cough uncontrollably.

Following Video contains mild language with some bleeped out audio. As you can see in this video, immediate water helps, but the effects still last well over an hour.

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Following Video contains some language. In this video, no help is offered and the victim is in much worse condition.


Tough Guy VS Pepper Spray – Watch more free videos

Both of these video represent pepper spray demonstrations by people who are trying to be funny, but they also illustrate the effectiveness of pepper spray.

Pepper Spray FAQ and Pepper Spray Techniques Guide

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Do Not Buy Pepper Spray Without Reading This First

Posted by Rob on Monday, 16 June, 2008

Again, Do Not Buy Pepper Spray Without Reading This First.

Of course we sell Pepper Spray and Mace Defensive Sprays and we want you to buy pepper spray from us and be safe. But more importantly, we REALLY REALLY need you to know how to use the pepper spray when you need to use it.

Wouldn’t it be terrible to end up trying and failing to use your pepper spray in the heat of the moment? Wouldn’t it be terrible to know you have a canister of Mace in the bottom of your purse or locked in your glove box but can not readily get to it in time?

We have compiled a Pepper Spray FAQ and Pepper Spray Techniques Guide to further increase your knowledge and increase your chances of successfully deploying defensive spray in an emergency situation. Pepper Spray is not a magic wand, suit of armor or lucky rabbit’s foot. Mace will not automatically unholster itself and ward off an attacker without your direct mental and physical participation.

The following is a highlight outline of what topics are covered in our Pepper Spray FAQ and Pepper Spray Techniques Guide:

Pepper Spray FAQ

Ok so what is Pepper Spray?
Is there a difference between tear gas and pepper spray?
How does pepper spray work?
Now what does it take to own pepper spray?
- Be mentally prepared to use it
- Plan Ahead
- Practice
- Safety Record
Pepper Spray Dispersion Methods
Is Pepper Spray Legal?
Where is Pepper Spray Prohibited?
What to Do IMMEDIATELY After Using Your Spray
First Aid and Decontamination Procedures
History of Pepper Spray
All Your Pepper Spray and Mace Defensive Spray Options…

Pepper Spray Techniques

1. How to Spray Your Pepper Canister
2. Keep Your Eyes Open When Firing Pepper Spray
3. Effective Use of Pepper Spray
4. When All You Can Do Is Get Your Pepper Spray Out
5. Practice is the Best Pepper Spray Technique
6. Catch Your Attacker by Surprise
7. Other Pepper Spray Technique Tips
8. Where to Aim Your Pepper Spray
9. Don’t Stick Your Hand Way Out When Firing
10. Basic Pepper Spray Shooting Technique
11. Timing Your Pepper Spray is So Important
12. Shout STOP When You Use Pepper Spray
13. Use Pepper Spray Fanning Technique

Again, these are the summary headlines, please visit the entire article at https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/how-to-use-pepper-spray.htm for the full details. Be Safe, Be Smart, Be Prepared.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in Safety,
Rob

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Mace Motion Alert for your Home or Business

Posted by Rob on Saturday, 3 May, 2008

Marcy poured everything she had into her little gift shop. She
rented a little building at the edge of a trendy neighborhood and
converted the upstairs into a small apartment for herself.

Although she wished she had more money in her budget for a more
elaborate security system, Marcy figured she’d be able to reinvest
some of the profits from her business into a high-tech solution
pretty quickly.

In the meantime, she picked up a few Mace Motion Alert devices.

For a fraction of the cost of a hard-wired security system, Marcy
installed wireless Mace Motion Alert stations throughout the
building. Each one includes a keypad that Marcy could use to
switch between a chime, which would help her keep track of
customers moving through the store, to an alarm, which would
sound if someone attempted to sneak into her upstairs living
space. She installed each one in just a few minutes, using only a
screwdriver.

A few days after her grand opening, traffic in the store evened
out a little bit, but kept Marcy pretty busy. Every time a new
customer would enter the shop, the Mace Motion Alert at the front
door would welcome them with a discreet chime. Marcy could glance
up from whatever she was doing to welcome her guests. Even if she
were helping someone else, she would notice the chime from the
back room, which sounded when her second Mace Motion Alert
observed someone checking out Marcy’s higher priced gifts.

One afternoon, a few of the neighborhood kids stopped in after
school. Marcy wondered why kids would be interested in her shop,
but hoped they’d at least tell their parents about it. When one
of the kids started asking lots and lots of questions, Marcy
wondered if she was being set up.

Sure enough, she heard the wail from the Mace Motion Alert she
installed by her apartment. A second later, a petrified teenager
bolted down the stairs out the door. His buddies hustled after
him. Not only did the Mace Motion Alert prevent them from
stealing any of her personal belongings, but she was sure that
word would get out that her shop was off limits to thieves.

“Now,” she thought, “I can take some of the money I was going to
spend on upgrading that security system and hire myself an
assistant!”

You can put the powerful Motion Alert to work in your home
or business. For more information and to order, go to
https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/homeprotection.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but
the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth
more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your
belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?
Yours in safety,

Rob

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What’s in Your Pocket?

Posted by Rob on Tuesday, 29 April, 2008

To quote those rather annoying credit card commercials
“What’s In Your Wallet?”

But really, what IS in your wallet? You probably have
Credit cards, bank cards, your id, pictures, Cash? I’m
pretty sure most of these items are pretty standard
fixtures in most people’s wallet or purse. And be sure
these are the same pretty coveted items that a common
street thug is after.

This same street thug is usually a grown up version of
the typical bully on the grade school playground. He is
preying on the seemingly weak with his fear and
intimidation tactics, and will get his way, over and over
again if you let him.

Especially in these times of our “economic slowdown”
(Isn’t that what the politicians are calling it?), many
economically challenged people may more readily resort to
crime and robbery in an attempt to get ahead at the
expense of unsuspecting you.

Don’t be a victim if you don’t have to. Losing your wallet
is quite the ordeal. Canceling and replacing all of your
cards, replacing ids, pictures and all of the other items
you have stashed and horded in your wallet or purse. Not
to mention how much of your hard earned cash has just
lined the pockets of some low life street rat.

So really, the better question is “What’s in Your Pocket?
(or on your keychain?)”

You would be surprised how much a little pepper spray
or a stun gun
would change the tune of this fear and
intimidation junkie. It is much harder to forcibly
demand your personal possessions if the creep’s eyes
are burning, tearing uncontrollably and having a fit of
coughing and choking. Some Mace to the face would give
you ample time to vacate the premises while this thug
has some quality time rolling around the pavement.

You would probably even have an extra second to execute
a quick boot to the gut on your way out if you so choose.

Once you are a safe distance away, alert the police to
have them clean up the mess and give the thug some time
to cool off.

Don’t be afraid to tool up with some self defense
products
and protect what is rightfully yours. Belongings
can be replaced but encounters with street thugs can quite
easily escalate into personal safety situations. The
quicker and more effiently the situation is dealt with,
the better.

When threatened, turn self defense into self offense. Take
the matter into your own hands and end it on your terms.
Control the situation, End the confrontation. The longer
the thug stays in control, the worse the situation can
become.

Remember, this creep is not expecting you to offer any
resistance. Throw him off his game.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you,
but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could
be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Next time, Stick to what is on the Menu.

Posted by Rob on Monday, 28 April, 2008

Christy waited tables at a hip little bistro a few blocks from
her apartment. Though she loved her neighborhood, she was
always prepared for the unexpected.

One night, one of the diners got a little out of hand. She could
put up with rude customers, and she could even tolerate patrons
who had a little too much to drink. She and her boss agreed that
anyone who tried to lay hands on her or on any of the wait staff
would end up enjoying the rest of their meal “to go.”

So her boss ejected a customer who looked like a rumpled college
professor after he tried to pinch Christy’s bottom. The guy
created a huge stink, but the customers applauded when he fell
down the steps and landed on the sidewalk with a thud.

Later that night, after Christy cashed out and counted her tip
money, she headed back down the street to her place. She thought
she heard footsteps behind her, but saw nobody when she swung
around.

Another block away from the restaurant, she thought she heard a
trash can rattle. Still, she couldn’t see anyone in the shadows.

Only a few steps away from her building’s front door, Christy
heard someone sneeze. She whipped around to see the drunken
customer from earlier that night.

He lunged at her, shouting, “I’ll show you!”

Instead of bolting for the door – she wouldn’t have made it in
time, anyway – she pulled out her keys. Instead of a usual
keychain, Christy carries a Mace Pepper Baton. It’s small enough
to fit in a purse, and durable enough to inflict pain on an
attacker.

As the drunken patron grabbed for her hair, Christy ducked down
and slammed the Pepper Baton across his kneecap. Wincing in pain,
he buckled over and made another swipe at her. She retaliated by
holding onto the baton and swinging her keys against his face.

Stumbling, the attacker made one last grab. Christy pointed the
baton at him, unleashing its secret weapon – a blast of
debilitating pepper spray.

Christy’s attacker crouched on the sidewalk while she dialed
9-1-1 on her cell phone.

“Next time,” Christy said, “stick to what’s on the menu.”

The Mace Pepper Baton comes in a variety of colors to match
your mood or your style. Choose your own today at
https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/macebatons.htm

If you order within the next five days, I will give you a
FREE Mace Baton Refill…a $7.95 value. Just mention FREE Mace
Baton Refill in the comments box when you check out. Don’t
forget…if you don’t mention FREE Mace Baton Refill, we won’t
know to send it to you.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but
the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth
more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your
belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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Nothing Beats Mace to the Face

Posted by Rob on Monday, 14 April, 2008

A clerk in a cigarette store in Des Moines, Iowa
thwarted a robbery attempt in an unconventional, yet
strangely effective manner. Forcing one employee to
the ground, a masked man flashed a knife and
demanded money from another clerk.

Instead of emptying the cash register, the wiley clerk
started to empty a stack of chewing tobacco in the
robbers general direction. It took two throws before
one of the cans smacked the would-be robber in the
face. At this point a customer seeing an opening
tackled the man.

Unfortunately, the robber broke free and fled the scene.
If the clerks or customer was armed with a canister of
pepper spray, it would have been far less likely the
thief would have been able to run out the door.

The can of chewing tobacco to the face makes a funny
story but nothing beats a dose of Mace to the face.
When someone is sprayed with OC pepper spray, the
person’s eyes slam shut. Even if someone does manage to
get their eyes open, they won’t be able to see because
OC dilates the capillaries and causes temporary blindness.

Additionally, instant inflammation of the breathing
tissues restricts all but life support breathing. They
double over and begin to cough uncontrollably.

More than likely the creep would still be flailing on
the ground when the cops arrive. Perhaps he would make
it to the parking lot, but not much farther.

One of the clerks reported that the store was robbed
once before too. I hope that this second attempt will
persuade the management to invest in some form of
security, whether it be a surveillance camera, some
pepper spray or a Taser for the employees.

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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Does a Bear Smell Pepper Spray in the Woods?

Posted by Rob on Monday, 2 July, 2007

If you read my blog back at the beginning of May, you
already received my Bear joke, and bear safety tips. If
not, you can scroll back to:

https://worthprotectionsecurity.com/blog/?p=9

I love that joke. Of course, I have never been chased by a
bear. I’m sure that experience would sour the joke for me.
I also would never knowingly be caught out in bear country
with out some handy dandy bear spray.

One of the things I have noticed lately in my marketing
efforts, namely Google Adwords, is that I get quite a few
clicks on my Bear Spray ads, but convert far fewer to
actual sales. In an attempt to rectify this, I have just
decided to offer you a discount on the holster that you
probably should purchase as an accessory to your canister
of bear spray.

If you order one can of Bear Pepper Spray or Bear Mace, you
will be offered the nylon holster at 1/2 price, and if you
buy two cans, you will get a FREE holster. Normally the
holster would run you $15.00, so you are either getting a
$7.50 or a $15.00 price break.

Having your Bear Spray attached to your belt or front strap
of your backpack is HIGHLY recommended. When you need to
grab your bear spray and unload its contents in the general
direction of a bear, the last thing you want to do is have
to dig through a full backpack, or search around for it.
You need it right there, right in reach, right when you need
to use it.

Besides the whopper sized 16oz Wildfire Pepper Sprays, the
Bear Sprays are on the pricey side of the pepper spray
spectrum due to their size and special formulation. But
please do not let the $39.95 price tag discourage you from
arming yourself!

Even though I make money from selling you products to defend
yourself, I truly hope you never have to actually use them.
Especially in the situation as terrifying and stressful as
fending off a charging grizzly bear. But then again, if you
were ever faced with that situation, how much would that
$40 can (and $7.50 holster) be Worth to you?

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to
you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection
could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth
Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your
personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob Cook

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