hey12358y: If the Sabre didn't have that turn tab on it, I'd buy that in spades. But
that turn tab is an absolute deal breaker. Get one with the flip top, and
snap the flip top off. Great vid,
Jeremy C: Thank you for this review. Trying to get a concealed weapon permit here in
Commiefornia is more trouble than it's worth. Pepper spray and pocket
knives will have to do for now.
SuicideFixated: i'm searching for a good pepper spray for my girfriend.i actually think she
would panik pretty quickly so i need an easy and safe to use spray. what
would you recommend?
Fleece Johnson: Carry a small can of bear spray, its perfectly legal in the US.
Ali Ansar: How long can a .5 ounce can spray for? Would a .5oz be good for a girl to
protect herself, or should it something like 3-4 oz?
Y10Q: who says you have to stick with one. I would take two or three of these.
Michelle Hill: Thanks for making this great video. Very informative.
egohimselfify: That paper plate face is taking it like a champ...
Terrence Milburn: I put some on my plate with my sandwhich and almost chocked to death!!!
....poor video..... Jk lol
CaptainCool07: The foam sabre red seems to be the best imo
duncan3417: Can you tell me if you know anything about Sabre HM-80? If it is any good.
David Smith: FOAM ALL THE WAY.....
Michael J: Fox is junk.... if you don't believe me read this article:
The pepper spray industry isn't regulated hence why there can be such an
un-reputable product like Fox. Also, any spray claiming to be more than 10%
OC is more than likely misrepresenting there product. It's highly unlikely
any spray contains more than 10% OC and OC% itself doesn't mean much other
than how much pepper is in the product. Who cares if that pepper isn't
hot.. Read this if you want to be a little more educated on pepper spray/OC
Gymcrackery (Karen): Can you imagine spraying this at close range and it bouncing back onto YOUR
face.. Then you are both incapacitated together and its just a race to see
who recovers first.
chris spivey: I carry a pocket knife.sooooooo
TheTarrMan: Nice video. If we ever meet I'll volunteer to be the test dummy.
Dave Coulter: Law Enforcement loves that Pepper Gel. It sticks to whatever it lands on
jnapoli xhend: Good video. Proper self-defense is necessary.
T Dawg: I was wondering if you could speak more quickly?
Crowshill777: Fox Lab makes the best pepper spray. Five million SHU's at 15%. They have
fogger units which spray out to 20 feet. Glasses are no problem.
Leigh Ann Murray: Please make more vids on pepper spray
Brock X: I was kinda disappointed when I heard he couldn't get anyone to be pepper
Devo Macnaughton: Thanks for the video. I was looking into getting some pepper spray and this
showed a lot of variation in type. Best video out there about Pepper spray
Al Caruso: Excellent Video. Well done and informative. Thank you for taking the time
and effort to make it!!
Boob Wiley: Fox brand #1 Green Beret approved
www.alvinlove.com: Informative video I would of loved for you to try Wildfire brand pepper
spray. Thanks for the helpful tips. They are reasonably priced so practice
does make perfect.
andrenj1970: UDAP pepper spray;)
jmpgfoto1: After a very bad experience with an attacking dog yesterday (during
cycling) I bought a Sabre 3 in 1 (personal keychain unit) that I'll attach
to handlebars since I need something immediately but I think the Fox Labs
is the best according to friends & fellow cyclists. The Fox is on order and
will arrived soon. Bottom line, when dealing with an aggressive dog he will
likely be within a couple of feet by the time you can spray him but you
will be moving in the wind so you don't want something that will go off in
all directions as you'll miss the dog and get yourself. The stream units
seem to be best from what I see and hear plus you want something REALLY
strong like the Fox and similar sprays. Pet stores were selling Halt! but
the stuff seemed more centered on not harming the animal than protecting
Andrea Bray: very good video dude! unfortunately, here in Italy we've got very
restricted laws on Oc spray.. but this was really useful anyway
FutureLaugh: great review- what do you think of the pepper guns?
EagleDefenseProducts Dave Hammett: Excellent information and analysis, will share with friends, family, and
GuardDogsUK: This is classed as a firearm in the UK and as I am 17 I can get 3-10 years
in prison for this. However, I had a group of people trying to mug me once
and as I fought back (hands and feet), they didn't get arrested at
all...however I got detained by the police for kicking back with my TKD
I wish I could carry some pepper spray. The police say "if you carry it,
criminals use it"...I rather criminals using pepper spray than someone
slashing my face open with a knife of beating me up to death/giving me
Bryan Rae: None of these compare to the 18%oc wildfire fire spray, 3,000,000 scoville
capwlf: Good demonstration, don't worry about the plants, animals & insects in the
HomeGunTraining.wordpress.com: FYI, an antigun organization is using your video to promote their company.
Miley Cyrus: imagine spraying that in someones nose
nonokitty: this was very helpful, thank you so much! i think i've made up my mind
after watching this. and i appreciate the plate as your subject instead of
a real person.
Payper Planes: Thank you for all the info, although it seems you said a lot of extra stuff
that didn't need to be said, when most people just want to see how it works
and how effective it is.
I think the Saber looked like it works the best. I would use it if someone
attacked bare handed, not a weapon. For a weapon, you get the gun - same
for forceful home entry: if you break into my house, I'm not going to
pepper spray you, you're going to get shot. Period.
Leigh Ann Murray: Make more videos of pepper spray plz I want to learn more about fox labs
pepper spray, ruger pepper spray, streetwise pepper spray and wildfire
evangelon2: Thank you for the video, it was very helpful
RIVER_CITY_TACTICAL: gel based sprays are more useful in a corrections or jail setting, as they
can spray through the bars, the second one used, is intended for hand to
hand combat deployment, #3 is an old design made for women with small
fingers, and only has an effective use of 1 year, or when deployed, that is
it, and effects don't last long, #4 is good for dogs and going on walks,
but again effects don't last long, #5 is great for corrections intended as
well, and highly recommended for everyday carry, effects last for about 45
minutes and will kick back up when water is used or if the person starts
sweating, #6 and 7 are great for extended everyday carry at a high rise or
something of that effect, and effects last just as long as #5, overall, a
foam is the best option of all you tested, you can get a holster for the
#5 option that is legal to open carry in most states, or to just blouse a
Sweden: I wish pepperspray was legal where i live
1122Maikel: If the pepper spray doesn't work. Time for plan B. Draw my concealed
lavatube11: In response to "A.Byrd":
Wasp spray is ineffective (different ingredients that only affect insects)
and probably against federal law. Read the analysis at the end of the
tiredtridude: The gel doesn't give you as many blowback issues if there is a slight