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What are Inert Pepper Sprays?

Inert pepper spray, also known as practice pepper spray or practice sprays, is a non-active version of traditional pepper spray. It contains only water and/or dye and are designed for self-defense training purposes. Inert pepper sprays offer users the ability to safely practice with the same device they would use in an actual confrontation without causing any harm. Practicing with inert pepper sprays allows users to become familiar with the proper usage, feel, and sound of using a real device so that they can be better prepared in an actual emergency situation.

What are the laws for Inert Pepper Sprays?

Inert pepper spray laws vary from state to state. In most states, these products are legal for adults over the age of 18 years old to carry and use in self-defense situations. However, some states have specific restrictions on the size of containers that can be legally purchased and carried. It is important to check your local, state, and federal laws before using any type of defensive product as they may contain different requirements or restrictions on their sale and use. Generally speaking, it is illegal to possess inert pepper sprays if you are a convicted felon or a minor under the age of 18 in certain jurisdictions. Additionally, some states also prohibit carrying inert pepper sprays on school grounds or other public places where firearms are prohibited.