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UDAP 9.2oz Bear Sprays
$44.99 - $54.99
UDAP 9.2oz Bear Sprays - The Pepper Power Fogger is the most efficient way to dispense large amounts of OC on to a subject in the shortest period of time.
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UDAP 9.2oz Bear Sprays - The Pepper Power Fogger is the most efficient way to dispense large amounts of OC on to a subject in the shortest period of time. The fogger's enhanced range, broad spray pattern and inhalable particle size make it the most effective aerosol tool available to stop a bear attack simply by virtue of its ability to disperse large amounts of OC into the area.
Includes Chest Holster
2.0% Capsaicin and related Capsaicinoids
Proven in dozens of wildlife attacks
3.3 million scoville heat units (SHU)
10% Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)
Range up to 30 feet plus
(OC) Oleoresin Capsicum - Hot Red Pepper
Zero ozone depletion potential
Powerful dispersion, Shotgun Blast pattern
Manufactured to ISO standards! The highest quality of standards
Oil-based for Lasting Airborne Disbursement
Glow-in-the-dark safety for ease in locating at night
Chris Zuccato of Georgetown, KY - April, 23 2011:
As an avid western elk hunter in Idaho, there is always a chance of a grizzly encounter while bow hunting. While I have been fortunate to never have to use my bear spray, it is a comfort to know that it is there on my hip should I need it in a bad situation. The safety clip on the top also makes it safer to carry, and I don't worry about peppering myself accidently should I accidently bump it while putting it on my belt or hiking.Ryan of McCall, ID - July, 14 2011:
Last year I saw a couple of Black Bears while hiking. So this yaer I'll be ready.
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