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O.C. Pepper Spray Course

Now that you have chosen to add a personal defense spray to your pre-planned responses you need to learn the truth about O.C. and other chemical aerosol defense sprays.  What are its limitations and restrictions.  When you are legally allowed to use a chemical spray,  the techniques for use and carry that will work best for you and why it is only a "force multiplier" not a body guard in a can.  Now is the time to learn, not when you are being attacked. This is similar training to how today's law enforcement community is trained.  

Why Do I Need A Class To Use It?

Police carry OC spray, but they generally aren't allowed to until they take a class. You should have similar training if possible. Most failures of OC to effectively control a situation stem from the inappropriate application or use: too near, too far, or too much spray used. Training will show you how to avoid these mistakes.

How Pepper Spray Works:
Pepper Spray or OC (Oleoresin Capsicum) is a derivative of HOT CAYENNE PEPPERS and is the newest defensive spray agent. Contact with mucous membranes (eyes, nose, throat and lungs) will cause IMMEDIATE dilation of the capillaries of the eyes, resulting in TEMPORARY BLINDNESS and instant inflammation of the breathing tube tissues.

3 hour course (Interactive Lecture and Training)

Course Outline:

  • What is O.C. (Oleoresin Capsicum)?

  • Michigan Law And O.C

  • How To Choose Your O.C. Device

  • How To Carry

  • Deployment Techniques

  • When  to Use a Defensive Spray

  • Multiple Applications.

  • Effects of O.C.

  • When To Disengage

  • Decontamination Procedures

Inert spray unit provided for training

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