WildFire Hot 18% Pepper Spray with Pistol Grip
Pepper spray is not just for pedestrians who regularly walk through dangerous areas. It is also for defending yourself inside or around your home or car. Walking alone is not the only time you are vulnerable to attack. You are open to other vulnerabilities in the presence of either your car or your home. Having a car even makes you a more valuable target than any pedestrian. A criminal would have more to gain by attacking a person with a car, but not if the car owner were armed with a pepper spray with pistol grip.
The large size of the WildFire 9 oz. 18% Pepper Spray with Pistol Grip makes it ideal for car or residential use. In a 9-ounce canister, its contents are good for 38 one-second bursts, more than enough to take on several attackers at once. Because it can shoot up to 20 feet, you can maintain a safe distance between yourself and your attacker when using pepper spray for home defense.
Its sheer size and pistol grip immediately identify it as a weapon. For some lawbreakers, the sight of large pepper sprays is intimidating enough to deter them from attacking. If that does not do it, the disabling effects of pepper spray will, especially since WildFire hot pepper spray can deliver these effects much more intensely.
WildFire is formulated with 18% OC or oleoresin capsicum, the chemical from which spray 'hotness' comes. Regular pepper spray is 10% OC, which is enough to cause instant searing pain and blindness on any human unfortunate enough to receive a dose in the face. Swelling immediately happens around the areas of the eyes, mucous membranes, and airways. Uncontrollable coughing, tears, and mucus ensue as the body reacts to these adverse effects, all of which are much more intensified when 18% pepper spray is used. If not immediately treated, the effects of WildFire can last for 2 hours or more.
While pepper spray is non-lethal, the 18% type can instantly give your attacker the worst pain they have ever experienced in their life. Scientifically, this experience can be expressed as 3 million Scoville Heat Units. The result is utter immobility.
Whether you are using WildFire hot pepper spray as a home pepper spray or auto pepper spray, it is a quick and easy way to dispatch assailants. The pistol grip design especially allows it to be deployed efficiently, with a motion that most are already familiar with.
If you are considering using WildFire as a car pepper spray, keep in mind that storage temperature is important. A cool and dry place is always the best place to store vehicle pepper spray. If your place of residence can get really hot sometimes, it is best to bring your pepper spray along when you get out of the car and not keep it in there. High temperatures can cause leaks, which can contaminate the air of your car's cabin unexpectedly. If you are keeping it in the house, pick a place that does not get too hot or too moist.