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SABRE FRONTIERSMAN Bear Attack Deterrent with Hip Holster - Maximum Strength & 30 Foot Range (7.9 oz)

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  • 7.9-ounce canister with dual propellant and hip holster for immediate access
  • Maximum Strength / Greatest Stopping Power - EPA Registered & Approved
  • 30 foot deployment range helps keep the threat at a distance
  • Heavy Fog Delivery System, Releases and impressive 45 grams / second
  • Field Tested by the Elmendorf, Air Force Base in Alaska
  • It cannot be shipped to California.
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SABRE FRONTIERSMAN Bear Attack Deterrent with Hip Holster - Maximum Strength & 30 Foot Range (7.9 oz) + SABRE RED Police Strength Pepper Spray - Runner Model with Hand Strap & 35 shots, 5Xs more than the competition for max protection!
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Product Description

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The Frontiersman Bear Attack Deterrent with Hip Holster is designed to provide protection you can count on in an easy to use format when hiking in bear country. The system includes a 7.9-ounce canister of quick-to-deploy deterrent spray with a holster worn in easy reach at your belt. Built for fast deployment in the event of a charge, the holster allows immediate access of the firing mechanism--so that you can actually release the spray from your hip. The spray has a 30-foot deploy range to keep a safe distance between you and the bear--and uses the strongest bear attack deterrent permitted by the EPA. The canister releases its contents quickly--in just five seconds--and disables the bear without injuring it permanently so that you can get away safely. The canister is equipped with a glow-in-the-dark safety mechanism to both prevent accidental discharge and permit immediate location for firing at night. Please note that this item is not available to ship to some states.

Product Description

The strongest bear attack deterrent permitted by the EPA, FRONTIERSMAN's 7. 9 oz. canister is equipped with a holster for immediate accessibility. The glow-in-the-dark safety permits immediate location at night and its impressive thirty (30) foot range permits deployment from a distance to increase your safety when in bear country. 7. 9 oz. Item not available to ship to some states. Expiration Date: 4 years from date of manufacture.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 3 x 9.5 inches ; 7.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. excluding certain states such as AR, CA, DC, FL, HI, MA, MI, NC, NJ, NV, NY, SC and WI.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B002E6VAHK
  • Item model number: FBAD-04
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,340 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The belt attachment is nice, making it easy to carry.
Chuck
(Mating season & sows with cubs ) Most hikers seemed oblivious to the highly recommended practice of making some NOISE... a surprised bear IS A CHARGING bear!
Leen Edwards
Though I have not had the need to use this yet, I know it will do the job it is intended for and will come in handy.
Angelscry2

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

294 of 298 people found the following review helpful By canyoneerinaz on May 16, 2012
As a former NPS Yellowstone Ranger I can tell you that this is a solid product, and if used properly gives you a much better chance of surviving a bear attack. Remember these issues, though 1)NEVER put your bear spray in a pack or anywhere where you cannot get to it and use it within 6 seconds. Bear attacks are usually very fast, and often do not happen in front of you. The bear could attack from the side, or god forbid, the back. It is similar to a car accident, it happens so fast you are stunned, 2) practice for a second or two spraying it.Know how to use it before you use it. 3)the best practice is not to rely on this to prevent an issue with bears. By the time you are under attack, you already HAVE an issue. This spray is not as effective under windy and rainy conditions, therefor, on days like that pay attention to the wind and your environment, especially by streams. Stop, look and listen. If you feel nervous, yell and CLAP YOUR HANDS as loud as you can. Always hike with groups, and make sure at least two of the people have bear spray and know how to use it.

If you get charged it will change your life. I have been several times. Part of my work, and risk you take in working in the park. I wouldn't have changed that for anything. But, pay attention in bear country. This is serious stuff.

You are more likely to have a car accident with tourists in the park than have any bear issue. But be prepared and be loud in the backcountry.
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122 of 137 people found the following review helpful By jena on November 5, 2011
my neighbor came home the other day and was surprised to find a stranger in her house burglarizing it. She had noticed a vehicle parked in front of her house and down a spell but didnt think anything of it at the time. Because we live in a rural area, she happened to have a can of this particular bear mace in her purse and it was the first thing that she reached for . She sprayed THE ENTIRE CAN on this guy and he hightaikled it to his car and took off. Apparently the fumes overcame him as he waqs fleeing because he smashed into someone and when the police arrived realized that it was the same guy. The article was in the local newspaper. Strangely, when I tried to look up the article I came across this update [...] puts a whole new spin on it ...turns out the "burglar' is a cop !! Gotta love California !!
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By L. Schlenker on September 16, 2012
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I paid a little extra to get this with the holster (the same spray can be bought with no holster). If you have not seen one, they are bigger than you would expect--more like a miniature fire extinguisher than the sie of personal sprays. I kept mine hanging from a backpack chest strap, which kept it at chest height and ready to spray without unclipping. It is a nice secure holster, that leaves the spray ready for action without removing from the holster. But after two days on the trail the belt loop stitching pulled out. So I just looped a large caribiner-style clip through the round finger hole on the spray bottle, and clipped it in the same place on my gear. This works just as good as the holster, and the caribiner does not come in contact with any trigger mechanism. I would recommend getting a large caribiner clip and saving your money--don't buy the holster.

I was impressed with how they designed the trigger mechanism and the safety lock so you could deploy this one-handed if necessary. But who really knows how these would work on a bear who wants to kill you? When we were on the backpacking trail at the Grand Teton National Park this summer, a family with no bear spray was walking through a berry patch on the trail and had to hide behind trees because a relatively young bear kept coming toward them with great interest. Another hiker pulled out some bear spray and used it on the bear, so the young bear learned a valuable lesson for both bear and man as he scampered away. I am not sure if it was the same brand, but all of the bear sprays are the same thing---same hot pepper spray as used in mace, at a higher concentration--so we can really just review the packaging and delivery of the spray.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Rex on February 14, 2012
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Everything went clik, clik! And it is a large container, should be enough to do the job if needed. I am not hunting bear, my problem is dogs when I ride my scoot around the neighborhood. I am pretty sure this will discourage them from nipping at my leg.

Two months later:
I have now had one occasion to spray a dog, only got him a small shot but it took off yelping. Now when I ride by if it hears my scoot it takes off and hides. I am sure his memory is short so I am always ready for another attack.
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27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By NativeTexasGirl on April 15, 2013
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I ordered this product to use on any home intruders and to add to my anti zombie kit. I decided to give the product a little zap to see if the sprayer worked properly. I gave a little spray outside to a small spot on the brick of my house. I did not want to spray the ground since I have a small dog that licks her paws alot. That small spray turned out to be a bigger deal than I planned. I could not breath anywhere near the sprayed area. It was choking me even inside the house. Trying to get anywhere NEAR the spot was very difficult. It also comes out with strong force. If you decide to test it to see if your nozzle is working, do not spray anywhere near a doorway or window to your house. Do not spray in a yard where there will be pets and do not have anyone near you. When you think you are in the clear, get 10x further away than you think you will need to be before spraying. Make sure that you don't spray with windy conditions. Needless to say, I will not be spraying my face to further research the product.
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