@awk I only had an old man feed me that once when I worked at an old folks home in the cafetria. Fucking Hascol. He was a good guy. I’d like to try once where I controlled the quantity, but never really bothered buying it. I figured if you could make sure it all ended up on the food, eating pepper spray could be a fun party trick. @yakkoTDI Never seen it.
This would be good for my wife, if she could find it in her massive bag of everything she calls a purse. Well, the purse is its own weapon, and she would probably pull the pin accidentally. I really don’t want to get shot by CCW holders.
@divddsky Can confirm. We are legally not allowed to defend ourselves in NY. I’m serious; someone attacks you here and you hurt them in self-defense, you’re looking at more jail time than the attacker.
@divddsky Is this not true ?
“In order to purchase pepper spray in New York you must be at least 18 years of age and have no record of felony or assault convictions either in New York, or another state. You may only buy pepper spray in New York from a fully licensed firearms dealer or from a pharmacist who has a permit to sell it. Before finalizing a purchase of pepper spray, you must fill out a form indicating that you are of legal age and are free of felony convictions. The total number of pepper spray canisters that can be sold to one person at one time is two.”
Per description on Amazon, the two round parts on the alarm are speakers, not buttons - the alarm is turned on by pulling out the keychain portion. Hmm - the black and red versions are on Amazon for under $18.