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What Is Fox Labs 5.3 Defensive Spray
Post by Bryan Buckner
Fox Labs 5.3 Defensive Spray is simply one of the most effective self-defense pepper sprays on the market today. It is comprised of a formulation of 5.3 million Scoville Heat Units (SHUs). A Scoville Heat Unit is a measurement of the spicy heat of chili peppers or other spicy foods and is a function of capsaicin concentration. It was named after his creator a pharmacist named Wilbur Scoville. Oleoresin capsicum is the resin of one of the hottest peppers in the world. Capsaicin concentration is one of the most accurate ways to measure the strength of a pepper spray. Fox labs makes a variety of products but they all use the exclusive Fox Labs 5.3 Defensive Spray formula including their only keychain pepper spray that fires a stream pattern up to 10 feet away and has 10 half second bursts. Fox labs was one of the first, and is still one of the only manufacturers of defensive sprays that make Taser/ECD compatible sprays. Another one of their products that contains the Fox Labs 5.3 Defensive Spray formula is a 1 pound pistol grip that is used by police, security and other law enforcement agents throughout the world. It is mostly used for crowd control because it is a high density fogger with an effective range up to 30 feet away. It has a UV marking dye to help in assailant identification. Of course it can be used for individual assailant attack protection. This is very similar to the type of product used by "Dog the Bounty Hunter" as seen on TV. When you are in the market for a powerful self-defense pepper spray, Fox Labs 5.3 Defensive Spray should be at the top of your list. We have a wide variety of these fine Fox labs products along with other defensive sprays. If they are good enough for law enforcement agents across the country, why wouldn't they be good enough for you?