The Most Intense Pepper Spray for Personal Defense
The effect of self-defense weapons on street criminals like muggers is usually enough to make these lawbreakers change their mind and go pick on someone else, but it can be hard to stop a mugger who is desperate for your money. That is why you need the most intense pepper spray you can find to incapacitate them in order to get away.
Pepper sprays do the job of dropping muggers by causing a burning pain in their eyes and on their skin. However, pepper spray is non-lethal, and will not do any permanent damage. You can get away without a fight and call for help.
The Wildfire Pistol Grip Fogger 9 oz. pepper spray has a range of 20 feet. Each unit provides 38 one-second bursts. It has an 18% pepper spray formula, and is made of food-grade pepper rated at three or four million Scoville heat units, making it one of the most powerful sprays ever tested.