Tear Gas Police Grade

Item #: 80110




Police Grade Tear Gas with an effective range of 6 feet, guaranteed to be the strongest, most effective tear gas available. FedEx Overnight shipping is not available for this product.

Immediate Incapacitation

A direct hit to the eyes, nose, or mouth is not necessary for 100% effectiveness. The unique, highly-concentrated combination of Tear Gas, OC and UV Dye quickly takes effect to give you the upper hand.

  • Tear Gas 3-in-1 formula causes profuse tearing, shortness of breath and disorientation
  • UV dye leaves a long-lasting residue to support investigation and identification
  • Contains 20 bursts with a spray range of 12 feet, but always replace after use
Law Enforcement Grade

Compact and easy to carry, all you have to do is grab your spray and go. And, thanks to reliable safety controls, there is no need to be concerned about accidental misfires.
  • Flip-top Safety Cap Prevents Accidental Discharge
  • Finger-grip Design for Optimal Targeting Accuracy
  • Belt Clip for Law Enforcement Duty Belt or Tactical Vest
  • Built-in keychain for Dual Purpose Convenience

Triple Action Police Tear Gas is ready if and when you need it. Simply put your thumb under the flip-top safety cap and press down on the actuator button to spray. Tear Gas is for Sale to Law Enforcement and Professionals in the business.

Tear Gas

Tear gas, formally known as a lachrymator agent or lachrymator (from the Latin lacrima, meaning "tear"), sometimes colloquially known as mace, is a chemical weapon that causes severe eye and respiratory pain, skin irritation, bleeding, and blindness.

In the eye, it stimulates the nerves of the lacrimal gland to produce tears. Common lachrymators are OC gas, PAVA spray (nonivamide), CS gas, CR gas, CN gas (phenacyl chloride), bromoacetone, xylyl bromide, syn-propanethial-S-oxide, and Mace (a branded mixture).

Tear gas refers to any of a group of substances that irritate the mucous membranes of the eyes, causing a stinging sensation and tears. They may also irritate the upper respiratory tract, causing coughing, choking, and general physical debility.

Tear gas, or lachrymatory agent, refers to any of a number of chemical compounds that cause tears and pain in the eyes and sometimes temporary blindness. Tear gas can be used for self-defense, but it is more commonly used as a riot control agent and as a chemical weapon.

Lachrymatory agents are commonly deployed for riot control by law enforcement and military personnel during relatively peaceful times; but not during war times as using tear gas is prohibited by various international treaties.

How is Tear Gas more effective than pepper Spray? Certain people that can withstand exposure to pepper spray, but cannot withstand the effects of tear gas, other than by wearing a gas mask. Pepper spray is milder and much safer in terms of it not causing permenant damage.

What neutralizes tear gas? It's not possible to neutralize tear gas. There are few things you can do to reduce the impact. The two most common types of tear gas used are chloroacetophenone (CN) and chlorobenzylidene-malononitrile (CS).

Tear "gas" generally consists of aerosolized solid or liquid compounds (bromoacetone or xylyl bromide), not gas. Tear gas works by irritating mucous membranes in the eyes, nose, mouth and lungs. It causes crying, sneezing, coughing, difficulty breathing, pain in the eyes, and temporary blindness. With CS gas, symptoms of irritation typically appear after 20 to 60 seconds of exposure and commonly resolve within 30 minutes of leaving (or being removed from) the area. In combination with OC "oleoresin capsicum", capsaicinoid or OC gas, the onset of symptoms, including loss of motor control, is almost immediate.

As with all non-lethal or less-lethal weapons, there is some risk of serious permanent injury or death when tear gas is used. While the medical consequences of the gases themselves are typically limited to minor skin inflammation, delayed complications are also possible. People with pre-existing respiratory conditions such as asthma are particularly at risk. They are likely to need medical attention and may sometimes require hospitalization or even ventilation support. Skin exposure to CS may cause chemical burns or induce allergic contact dermatitis. When people are hit at close range or are severely exposed, eye injuries involving scarring of the cornea can lead to a permanent loss in visual acuity. Frequent or high levels of exposure carry increased risks of respiratory illness.

Use of tear gas in warfare, as with all other chemical weapons, is prohibited by various international treaties that most states have signed. Police and civilian self-defense use is not banned in the same manner. Armed forces can legally use tear gas for drills (practicing with gas masks) and for riot control. Tear gas exposure is a standard element of military training programs, typically as a means of improving trainees' tolerance to tear gas and encouraging confidence in the ability of their issued protective equipment to prevent chemical weapons exposure.

Use indoors or outdoors for 100% effectiveness within 12 feet.

Flip Top Safety Cap, Finger Grip Dispenser, Keychain, Belt Clip

Tear Gas + OC + UV Dye

Chloroacetophenone (CN) Tear Gas, Oleoresin Capsicum Capsaicinoid (OC) and Ultra Violet Dye visible only under "blue light"

Stream pattern reaches up to 12 feet

Up to 20

Direct facial contact causes eye discomfort, coughing and an intense burning sensation to the skin. Indirect contact also causes profuse tearing, shortness of breath and disorientation. Effect including loss of motor control is almost immediate. Effects lessen within 45 minutes to one hour.

Place your thumb under the flip-top safety cap and press down on the actuator button to spray.

Approx. 4.5" x 1.25" x 1.5" 18 grams

Mace Brand Tear Gas is 100% TSA/FAA compliant for checked baggage airline travel. For any questions, please check with the airline.

Store in cool dry areas away from direct heat and sunlight. Do not store in places where temperature may exceed 120 Degrees or fall below 32 Degrees to avoid leaks and loss of function and effective range.

Mace Brand Tear Gas lasts for four years from the manufacture date. Each unit is labeled with an expiration date.

Tear Gas Canisters, whether expired or unexpired, should be disposed of in accordance with all local, state and federal regulations.

You must be 18 or older to purchase Mace Brand Tear Gas.

This item is not available to residents in RI and HI. Residents in these states may not purchase Mace Brand Tear Gas unless they are a government law enforcement officer.

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