Can I buy Pepper Spray or MACE® in My State?
The She's Safe checkout system is unlike any other on the web. If you happen to attempt to purchase an item that is not legal for sale in your area, our unique software will automatically remove the item from your cart and notify you that due to known restrictions, the product is not available in your area. Unlike other self defense retailers that will delay your purchase, calling you at a later date and inform you that your products will not be shipped, we have made the investment to be sure that you get the products you need, when you need them.
New York State & Pepper Spray:
New York residents may only buy self defense aerosols
from licensed firearms dealers or licensed pharmacists. If you place an order for delivery here the item will be removed from your cart. There are numerous online sources to help in finding a licensed dealer near you.
Massachusetts & Pepper Spray:
Massachusetts residents may only purchase self defense aerosols
from licensed firearms dealers. If you place an order for delivery here the item will be removed from your cart. There are numerous online sources to help in finding a licensed dealer near you.
Michigan & Pepper Spray:O.C. Pepper Spray
can be no stronger than 2% of the active ingredient. C.S. is the only tear gas accepted and can be no larger than 35 grams per can. To view Michigan approved self defense sprays
please click here
. Again, if you accidentally order an item that not not legal for sale in Michigan, the product will be removed from your cart.
Wisconsin & Pepper Spray:Tear gas
is not legal for sale, or use. O.C.
products containing a maximum active ingredient concentration of 10% O.C. and a weight of 1/2oz. - 2oz. (15-60 grams) are permitted (pepper spray
concentration and size will be noted in the product description). The product may not be camouflaged, and must have a safety feature designed to prevent accidental discharge. The product must have an effective range of 6 to 20 feet. All self defense sprays
must be clearly labeled restricting sale to any person under 18 years of age and must be sold in tamper-proof packaging.
To our knowledge pepper sprays
, in some form, are legal in all 50 states. We do, however, recommend that you familiarize yourself with the laws in your area governing the sale and use of these products. You can always call local or state law enforcement if you have any questions. The above list are the those restrictions that we are aware of, however, She's Safe, Inc. accepts no responsibility for its accuracy or completeness. Please don't let "I'm not sure if its legal" deter you. Find out you local laws and learn how to better defend yourself