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P.S. Products Eliminator Pepper Spray Making a Difference

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When my friends ask me to help them out with their self-defense needs, I’m always happy to oblige. Though not anti-gun, some of my girlfriends are not ready to take the step of purchasing a gun quite yet. For these ladies, I always buy them pepper spray. Pepper spray is easy to operate, you can take it where guns are restricted (except maybe an airplane) such as dance clubs, and it comes in concealable packaging similar to lipstick, or you can put it on your key chain so you never forget it. In fact, I rely on pepper spray when I can’t carry my gun. Two years ago, four of us gun-toting women took a road trip to New Orleans for Saint Patrick’s Day. Being that it was New Orleans and St. Paddy’s Day, there were plenty of adult beverages consumed. Needless to say, we left the guns locked up in the safe at the hotel and instead carried our own personal P.S. Products Eliminator pepper spray units the entire time we were in the Big Easy.

Eliminator pepper spray is made of the highest-grade oleoresin capsicum and measures 2 million scoville heat units. It has an effective range of 12-to-15-feet and includes a marking dye to identify an assailant. Eliminator pepper spray is an effective self-defense tool, as it takes from 30 minutes or more to recover from a blast. It is available in 2%, 10%, and 15% formulas.

When Cheaper Than Dirt! picked up a promotional flier for P.S. Products Eliminator pepper spray advertising P.S. Products collaboration with Arkansas Enterprises for the Developmentally Disabled (AEDD) for the packaging and assembling of the Eliminator pepper spray, it made me very proud to say that I own P.S. Products.

According to Olivia Pate, an Account Executive at P.S. Products, the owner of the company, Billy Pennington, was approached by AEDD offering their clients (developmentally disabled) to work at the company. AEDD bought all the equipment that was necessary to assemble the product. AEDD clients also do the barcoding and labeling for the Eliminator pepper spray. P.S. Products pays per piece and then AEDD pays their clients. P.S. Products has continued to work with AEDD for over 15 years. Pennington says, “So far our relationship with AEDD has been a wonderful experience and we look forward to many great years ahead.” As the flier says, “with every Eliminator purchase, you help make a difference.” P.S. Products, based out of Little Rock, Arkansas not only make pepper spray, but a host of other self-defense-related items, such as holsters, handgun concealment, stun guns, and cleaning kits. They design and manufacture their own products and hold 13 patents.

P.S. Products carries a wide variety of top-quality items, Eliminator Pepper Spray, Zap Stun Guns, BullsEye Gun Cleaning Kits, Peacekeeper Gun Concealment, and Fox Labs International Pepper Spray. Their innovative products include the Blast Knuckles, the Double Trouble—which is the highest voltage stun gun on the market at 1.2 million volts—and the hidden handgun clock (with working clock). I can’t wait to get my hands on their gun concealment globe that is coming soon, as well as being excited to see what P.S. Products develops in the future.

Buy Eliminator Pepper Spray in 4 ounces, 2 ounces, 0.5 ounces.

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  1. My question does not relate to pepper spray but, I thought someone may be able to help. My question is: How do you measure barrel length? I have a new S & W 22LR with a bull barrel that I think is 7″. What measurement is used to determine length? Thanks for any response…….

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