Rob Pincus demonstrates the use of Sabre Red Pepper Gel, a chemical agent designed to be used in close quarters such as rooms, hallways, work spaces and vehicles. The problem with mist- or fog-type chemical sprays is contamination. The bad guy may get sprayed, but the air around you will be filled with the spray also, and you may feel the effects. With Sabre Red Pepper Gel, the chemical agent is suspended in a thicker solution that will stick to the bad guy’s face. There is no misting effect and therefore no contamination of the air.
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