SABRE Red Spitfire Pepper Spray

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posted on March 20, 2013
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3/20/2013

“Making grown men cry since 1975,” SABRE Red pepper spray has been widely used by both civilians and law enforcement agencies. The company’s Spitfire spray puts its potent formula into a discreet package.

The Spitfire has a quick-detachable keyring, can be fired from any angle—including from the hip or over the shoulder—and uses an ergonomically sound safety wherein the activation button must slide forward before it can be depressed. Available in black, red and purple, the Spitfire can also be had in zombie green and pink, sales of which will be honored with a contribution to the National Breast Cancer Foundation from SABRE Red.

Contact: Security Equipment Corp.; (800) 325-9568; www.sabrered.com.

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