Rhinestone Leatherette Holster & Quick Release Keychain For Pepper Shot
Major Capsaicinoids make about 1.2 percent of Pepper Shot Pepper Spray. The genuine heat measure is Major Capsaicinoids, and Pepper Shot 1.2 percent MC is more effective than most other pepper sprays. The Pepper Shot 8.5 percent oleoresin capsicum mixture swells the mucous membranes, making breathing difficult, and swells the veins in the eyes, forcing the eyes to shut, in addition to inflicting agony to the attacker. It's produced using 2,000,000 SHUs of raw pepper, and the effects may last up to 45 minutes with no long-term consequences. Has a UV identifying dye that may be used to assist identify an attacker. 1/2 oz. leatherette holster with rhinestones, locking actuator, and fast key release keychain Effective up to a distance of 6-8 feet. There are 6-10 one-second spurts in this video. The canister's dimensions are 4 1/4 inches by 1 1/2 inch."
Self-Defense Pepper Spray
Pepper spray is commonly used in the United States and is promoted as a useful self-defense weapon. While Pepper Shot with Rhinestone Holster may be effective in repelling an assailant, many people who possess it have never used it. There are few published research on civilian pepper-spray usage, especially among first-time pepper-spray users. It would be beneficial to do a research with first-time pepper-spray users to assess how the design, especially the safety feature, influences reaction time and overall performance. The study was divided into two parts: a survey to learn about user perceptions and a lab experiment using a two-by-two randomized block design with two different pepper spray designs (side-slide safety and flip-top safety) and two different pepper spray starting locations (purse or pocket) as the manipulated factors. The reaction times of the flip-top pepper-spray and the side-slide pepper-spray were found to be significantly different. There was also a substantial difference in reaction times whether the trigger finger was the index or thumb, but no change in response times when the pepper-spray for location was used (purse or pocket). The side-slide gadget was voted the most effective self-defense equipment by the participants.
Because there is no other research on first-time pepper-spray users, let alone civilian pepper-spray users, a lot can be learned about how well people use these devices in a real-world situation, and how well pepper-spray allows an individual to protect himself or herself in a highly stressful situation. Some of these issues are discussed in this paper.