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Kimber Pepperblaster 2 Red, One Size

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  • Travels 13 feet in 1/10th of a second
  • No blowback, drifting or loss of pressure
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  • Just point and shoot
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Product Description

The Kimber PepperBlaster® II features an ergonomic pistol grip along with front and rear sights to increase the likelihood of hitting an assailant with the exceptionally powerful OC mixture capable of incapacitating the assailant for up to 45 minutes. A second reserve shot is available as needed. PepperBlaster II pyrotechnic drive blasts the OC out at 90 mph, greatly reducing the chance of contaminating anyone other than your target.This unit is not reusable and should be properly disposed of once both shots are discharged.Measures: 4.7" L x 1.0" W x 3.3"

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  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Switzerland
  • ASIN: B003L75SSI
  • Item model number: LA98001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
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Very nice size that fits my hand nicely.
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These red blasters that look like squirt guns are safer with much lighter legal implications.
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Looks great feels great have not used it yet I hope I never have too.
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209 of 218 people found the following review helpful By maak on June 10, 2011
I'm a rollerblader and have a real problem with off leash dogs attacking me (13 times in the last two years). I tried a regular spray can type but the wind affected it too much, it was pretty much useless. I was not sure about this gun because of the short barrel, how it might aim and if it would be easy to hit a target accurately. I can say now, after using it, that it's not a problem. I hit a dog running at me full speed right in the face about eight feet away. It stopped him cold. While I certainly don't like pepper spraying dogs (I believe it's the owner's fault) the only option is to get bit or knocked off my skates at ten to twenty miles per hour. No fun!

It's expensive to use but I called the police and he gave the owner two options; pay for the gun or get a $150 ticket for an off leash dog. He paid but he hated it.

EDIT: You can now buy a holster for this gun for about $20. It's well made and has a very secure belt clip.
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60 of 72 people found the following review helpful By P. Tran on September 21, 2011
The Pepper Blaster seems well constructed and has a nice heft to it for something that looks like a squirt gun. I have not fired it yet and hope I never have to so I cant speak of its function or durability. I do a lot of hiking, biking, and backpacking out in the boonies, often alone, and this device gives me and my loved ones some extra piece of mind, which makes it worth the $40 in my eyes.

The only thing I don't like about this product is it does not come with a holster or case. This is important to keep the Blaster clean and in good working order in case you ever need it--you never want to draw it in a confrontation only to find that it wont fire because its damaged or clogged with dirt. The holster that Kimber sells separately costs and arm and a leg. If you are in the market for a cheap alternative, I highly recommend this: AmazonBasics Universal Camera Case for Digital Cameras HF (Black). The case is a perfect fit, cheap, attaches to any belt, and looks very inconspicuous on a belt or lashed to a backpack.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By rblessedtx on July 6, 2012
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Wife loves the pepperblaster II. She keeps it on her at all times. However i would not recommend leaving in the car like we did a few times. The Texas heat has been a killer and appears to have made some of the solution leak out of the front; otherwise highly recommend.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By JM on October 7, 2011
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Running later last night than usual, appx 7:30pm, down our normally dog-less route and to our surprise, one mean one was off the chain/out of his pen. Thank goodness I carried this thing for 2 years and never needed it - worth every second of prep. I keep this PBII in my waist-line of my running shorts against my skin - was easy to get to there, as it sticks to your skin a little. Didn't have the time and didn't care how I used it because it was that quick - dog was on us; appx 15 feet away when I fired and apparently both shots went at once. Not sure why (could have been my over-anxious trigger pull) but stopped said snarling barking dog in is tracks. We walked backwards, slowly, until out of sight. So, the gun shoots like a BB gun of days past - heavy "spring" sound, and fires a wall of red goo - the spray pattern is very much like a .410 would leave, but without pellets; just red goo. Admittedly, I did not get the direct hit that I wanted, in my panic, however, the partial hit stopped the dog immediately. Got 2 more in my cart to purchase right now. Worth every penny. Jason & Rosie
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43 of 56 people found the following review helpful By gphoto on November 12, 2010
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I purchased this pepper spray gun for my adult daughter, who works in a downtown metro area, and must walk to and from an open parking lot daily. While I haven't actually used or discharged the gun myself, I used other positive reviews, and the positive ergonomics of this spray gun to make my purchase choice. This pepper spray gun falls into a reasonable very but functional bracket. It has the functional ergonomics of a hand gun, but looks like a kids water pistol. The other ends of the spectrum available are the almost useless small bottle type pepper sprayers that are difficult to aim and seldom work, and the high end pepper spray guns that look too much like a real hand gun, creating a whole additional set of problems in an urban setting. This Kimber spray gun can be accurately aimed and has two full charges, each able to shoot at what would be considered high velocity for this type of device, and out from a safer distance of around 12 feet or so. Distance is your friend in self-defense situations, and that is what the 12 feet fan spray, hand gun aiming type ergonomics, and high velocity offers. My daughter keeps it in a side pocket of a standard size purse, easy to grab at a moments notice.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Thomaswde on August 15, 2013
I'm giving four stars because I think it could be better, not because there is something necessarily wrong.
Let me also note that this review is written primarily with the idea that it would be used against a human assailant, some of my thoughts may not apply as directly to say, a dog.

I'll start with my thoughts: Device fires lower tube first, then upper. Given the high probability that deployment may be necessary inside the danger zone of 2-3 feet having the bottom tube go off first means that the first shot if aimed mid face will hit the assailant in the mouth/ chin. Certainly less ideal than in the eyes/ forehead. Having said that I also could counter argue that perhaps the the idea is that the user would want their last shot to be the most precise. Either way I'd advise any user to "double tap" if the device is ever needed to be deployed.

Pros: Range! This device is all about being able to deploy non lethal force on an assailant from as far away as possible. If you need to put a shot of OC in someones left eye from ten feet away, this is the go to. Ergonomics! Feels like a pocket pistol and has similar accuracy to a Taurus Judge or other 410 shotgun pistol but less lethality. Stopping power! Based on video demos I've seen it seems to have an immediate and debilitating effect on vision if it hits in the upper face followed by a total shutdown within 30 seconds or so if it gets into the eyes and or nose.

Cons: Limited point blank functionality. From 3 feet or less you would really need to be calm and precise because you only get two squeezes and the spread will only be 4-6 inches in diameter.
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