Pentagon, Law Enforcement and Bounty Hunters Confirm Pepper Sprays Are an Effective Non-Lethal Deterrent
SOLON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Mace® Brand Pepper Spray is good enough for Dog the Bounty Hunter who effectively uses pepper spray on dangerous bounties. It is good enough for the Pentagon and our Military as an effective non-lethal deterrent and almost every postal worker in the USA uses it to quell aggressive animals while delivering the mail.
Mace® Brand Pepper spray is a very effective, and non-lethal tool to be used in a self-defense scenario. It has, and will continue to, save many lives. Plus, unlike many other options, its effects are not permanent.
Mace® Brand Pepper Spray is pleased to launch the Mace® training Kit which makes using the product easier by allowing the end user to practice prior to actual use and greatly increases one's confidence. See the attached link for more details on the product - www.carrymace.com
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Mace Security International, Inc. (OTCPINK: MACE) is a manufacturer and provider of personal defense, safety, and electronic security products to consumer and business market segments under the highly recognized Mace® Brand. Mace® Brand also owns and operates a UL/ETL listed central station providing remote alarm and video monitoring services to the wholesale security trade. For more information, go to www.mace.com or write to Mace Security International, Inc., 29100 Aurora Road, Suite 100, Solon, Ohio 44139.
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