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Is Bear Mace For Self Defense Really Necessary?

In this day and age, with a 24 hour news cycle that we are all subjected to, we have noticed an increasing use of alarmist tactics to get your attention. After all, the talking heads and their bosses are in a very competitive business. A good example of this is the increasing use of large numbers in headlines. The headline used to read something like "storm system hits Midwest." Now it would say "90 million residents at risk from storm." The thinking is the higher the number the more important it is. Our point is this. Sensationalized headlines are becoming so commonplace that we are numb to them. They don't even mean anything anymore. So getting back to our basic question-is bear mace for self-defense really necessary? Let's just put it this way, the Alaska Fish and Wildlife organization, the Sierra Club and many other knowledgeable organizations say that if you go into the back country-bear territory-without a bear pepper spray you are making a serious mistake. Our bear mace for self defense contains the strongest allowable EPA approved CRC components of 2.0% capsaicinoid concentration. It has a range of 35 feet and the 9 ounce container empties and six seconds. It is dispersed as a fogger which is excellent against multiple assailants or in this case against a bear attack. Bear mace for self-defense against bear attacks has been proven to be more effective than a handgun. When some bears get shot with a handgun it just irritates him and makes them more aggressive. Study after study has shown that in a potential bear attack situation, there mace for self-defense is absolutely the best. If you feel a bear attack is imminent disperse the full contents of the canister so that the pungent aroma of the spray creates a wall of mist between you and the bear. If the bear continues to advance towards you he will walk into the spray and be repelled by it. Bears have noses that are much more sensitive than human noses. The moral of the story: never go camping, hiking, fishing or hunting in the back country without In this day and age, with a 24 hour news cycle that we are all subjected to, we have noticed an increasing use of alarmist tactics to get your attention. After all, the talking heads and their bosses are in a very competitive business. A good example of this is the increasing use of large numbers in headlines. The headline used to read something like "storm system hits Midwest." Now it would say "90 million residents at risk from storm." The thinking is the higher the number the more important it is. Our point is this. Sensationalized headlines are becoming so commonplace that we are numb to them. They don't even mean anything anymore. So getting back to our basic question-is bear mace for self-defense really necessary? Let's just put it this way, the Alaska Fish and Wildlife organization, the Sierra Club and many other knowledgeable organizations say that if you go into the back country-bear territory-without a bear pepper spray you are making a serious mistake. Our bear mace for self-defense contains the strongest allowable EPA approved CRC components of 2.0% capsaicinoid concentration. It has a range of 35 feet and the 9 ounce container empties and six seconds. It is dispersed as a fogger which is excellent against multiple assailants or in this case against a bear attack. Bear mace for self-defense against bear attacks has been proven to be more effective than a handgun. When some bears get shot with a handgun it just irritates him and makes them more aggressive. Study after study has shown that in a potential bear attack situation, there mace for self-defense is absolutely the best. If you feel a bear attack is imminent disperse the full contents of the canister so that the pungent aroma of the spray creates a wall of mist between you and the bear. If the bear continues to advance towards you he will walk into the spray and be repelled by it. Bears have noses that are much more sensitive than human noses. The moral of the story: never go camping, hiking, fishing or hunting in the back country without bear mace for self-defense.
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