SABRE 5.0 Crossfire pepper spray or a TASER – which would you rather use against an attacker? Both safety tools are tested in this KUTV News segment. The reporter in the video is on the receiving end of both weapons as a comparison. His conclusion? “I thought that the pepper spray was gonna be easier, but [it was] by far the worst. I mean, I would get TASE’d four times before I ever get pepper sprayed again.”
Like the reporter’s experience shown in the video, a person’s reaction after being sprayed with SABRE 5.0 would include the following: swelling of mucous membranes of eyes, nose & throat; shortness of breath; drying of eyes; involuntary eye closure; painful burning of the eyes, nose & throat; and psychological effects (e.g., fear, panic, anxiety). Other common effects of pepper spray are: nasal & sinus discharge; coughing; and hyperventilation. These effects of pepper spray provide numerous advantages to the consumer, including crippling pain and discomfort that provide an individual with a chance to escape an attacker. The effects of pepper spray are far more lasting than the other way in the video.
The SABRE pepper spray used in this segment is our SABRE 5.0, level 2 formulation, measuring 0.67% major capsaicinoids. Our standard SABRE Red pepper spray is actually twice as strong measuring 1.33%! Browse police pepper sprays: http://bit.ly/1HrxeQs. To order police pepper spray for your agency, email Mike at email@example.com.
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*TASER is a registered trademark of Taser International, Inc.
Video derived from a news segment produced by KUTV News, Salt Lake City, Utah, aired May 20, 2015.