Bastard deserved it! Great idea to keep that around, especially for a woman
What was used? Didn’t seem like regular mace.
He got benched while being in the hot seat
Paul K McGriff
What was it?!
What was it?,!
A gorgeous display…
Now that’s a spicy meatball.
Any weapon available is better thn no weapon at all. Weapons give you control of a situation not of your making and minimize damage to you. I prefer a 45 automatic pistol, but peper spray and a chair beat bare hands!
Use Whatever Is Available At The Time Of Need.–Continue To Use Until The Threat Is Over…!!
That was sweet!
I used my God 5.3 just the other day. I had the full intent of bobbing and weaving while lighting him up….. Only problem is he ran immediately. I chased after him with my stun gun asking him to come back and finish robbing me. He did not.
“Pepper? I put it on my plate “
Billy mc dougal
Doesn’t work on Mexicans they just ask where the rest of the food is at!
It’s always good to have something on you that lets you choose non-lethal violence.
chair beats hammer
Say if you were in a similar situation where someone smashes you with a chair exactly like this video (from behind, can’t move forward, etc.) what would be your first move after getting smashed the 1st time?
PEPPER SPRAY,WHY DO YOU THINK COPS USE IT ALL THE TIME(AT LEAST UNTIL THEY HAD TEASERS) STILL VERY EFFECTIVE WEAPON CLOSE -UP.
WITH A CHAIR AS A CHASER!
I never thought I would get sprayed with pepper spray so I never spent time imagining what it would be like, however I took a security job on a military base and they hose you in the face, right across your eyes with the same pepper spray that you will be carrying. It felt like it was probably military grade stuff!
it was very enlightening. It affects everyone differently, some people can power through it and it usually does not work as fast as it looks like it did in this video.
The exercise is supposed to help you know how “you “ perform after you’ve been sprayed.
this really does help one make intelligent decisions about want to do in a difficult situation
…..after being sprayed by someone else or when choosing a strategic time to deploy your own pepper spray . There are a lot of situations where the person deploying the pepper spray can get it in their eyes as well: wind, confined areas and an attacker that doesn’t stop rushing you. … if I was ever sprayed in a violent situation I would make an immediate decision to Flee or kill my attacker, knowing that in 60-90 seconds I would be fairly defenseless.
In training after they spray you they run you through a course where you fight off an assistant in hand to hand combat then defend yourself with a baton before holding a suspect at gunpoint and arresting him with handcuffs. All the while forcing yourself to open your eyes enough to see what you’re doing.
The pain is very easy to block out but opening your eyes is hard. I think that anyone who is serious about self-defense should have someone spray them with pepper spray so if it happens they know what to expect .
Also helpful to know is that water doesn’t do a very good job of washing it out of your eyes. cold water simply feels good on your burning eyeballs. So don’t think that you’re going to just splash your face with bottled water and make a miraculous recovery.
It is a crazy world out there and that job sucked. Experience Makes us more confident.
Excellent assessment of fact-based self-defense, Many Shoes. A lot of people don’t take into account the chaotic nature of the spray. When I taught people to use it, I had them do what I called a “vampire tuck” where they put their nose in the crook of their elbow to reduce the amount of spray that makes contact with their own face if they were to have to use it close quarters. Worst-case on a windy day they could spray and immediately lift their elbow to cover their eyes for a second.
Thanks for sharing the vid Trav. I always carry pepper spray. The stuff is dirt cheap, and has to be just about the most humane weapon one can use for self defense. No fuss to carry. Much easier to justify it’s use in court as well, so less hesitation to use it to defend yourself. Seems to be a bit of a delayed effect though, and it’s possible a truly determined attacker could fight through it some. There’s Marines on youtube getting sprayed and then carrying on doing jumping jacks. But it seems to alter the actions of most…just enough…
I just showed my knife to a guy who hit me with the ratchet end of a a car anti theft device. He turned around and left. I pepper sprayed a guy who sucker punched me and his partner backed off when I aimed it at him.
I had the option to stab the guy who sucker punched me but I chose the appropriate PPE.
The People’s Republik of California has pretty much banned all weapons now. 2.5 ounces of pepper spray is about it.
If fighting there is no he started it officer. You both will be arrested and charged with battery. You now have a criminal record. Pepper spray helps you look like a victim.
“Would you like hot sauce with that, sir?”
“No, just give me the money or I’ll bash you with this hammer….AAAAAACHK, what the FUCK?!?”
“Taste justice, motherfucker!”
I used to sell them a lot of years ago, and what I would teach is to practise spraying it off your hip so the attacker would not see it pointed at them and put their hand or arm up to block it or just close their eyes and turn away as they continue in on you. The type i sold would shoot a stream like a squirt gun, it held about eight,one second blast. I think most are like that now, so that in outdoor use the wind could not blow it back in your face
I would advise to tape a paper plate with drawn on eyes about face high to the back of your garage once a month or two, shoot for the eyes, (off your hip) then touch the area with your finger and put it on your cheek. If it don’t burn a little, get a new one because I believe the shelf life is only about a year. P.s. My product was called ChemShield in the early 80s.
I carried some poorly designed pepper spray in my front pocket many years ago. Sprayed myself on the frank and beans while pulling it out of my pocket. Just a warning for other idiots out there. Bit I do agree, pepper spray is great. Good reminder, thanks Trav!
Works good – only problem is the stuff is illegal here in Canada. Use it on an assailant and you get charged with assault with a deadly weapon. In other words, the dirt bag get off with a slap on the wrist and you end up in jail and with a criminal record. Want to know what else is screwy? The mail delivery guy carries pepper spray to use on your dog. That’s fine. But if my wife carries the very same stuff in her purse and uses it on an attacker in the parking lot at night – guess what? She gets charged. Still, I’m going to get some of that stuff and take my chances. Thanks for the link.
I have not been pepper sprayed, but I see now your incapacitated for a looong time.
TBH I thought pepper spray acted quicker, if the bad guy was more committed he could have done a lot of damage before he became impaired.
Got exactly what he deserved!😱 I’ve used Pepper Spray on several occasions because I didn’t want to go to prison for stabbing a guy. It worked on everyone except a guy that was on some really strong dope. He got arrested by the way, not me.
Ah, justice served. Nice.
That was me favorite chair! Now the legs are all bent!
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