As we move into the summertime vacation season, Paul discusses some special considerations for being Armed on Vacation. Our Student of the Week asks about ammunition storage and expected shelf-life.
Summertime also means the beginning of hurricane season. We’ll take a moment to consider storm preparation and sort out practical from paranoid.
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Great podcast. A couple of questions:
What size pepper spray and were to carry it for vacation wear carry?
Do you have confidence in the keychain size pepper sprays?
Have you had any positive or negative experience with Fox pepper spray?
Finally, for those that might like to take the shirt of at the beach, Thunderwear/Smart Carry has worked well for me.
hunden008 99% of keychain units are worthless in my experience. FOX is my preferred OC and I have sprayed innumerable humans and dogs, rabid raccoon, snakes. Gift that keeps on giving. 3 oz can w/flip top cap. Thanks for listening!
Thanks for the input.
Do you carry it on your belt/waistband or in a pocket? (It is not a small item to carry around).
hunden008 studentofthegunhttps://www.studentofthegun.com/archives/8-site-pages/79-sotg-3-0-episode-13-ballistic-problem-solving-use-of-force-and-the-s-t-a-r-precision-rifle.html Our Episode on Pepper Spray