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PepperBall Technologies to Offer ChemArmor Pepper Spray

November 13, 2002  | 

PepperBall Technologies has acquired defensive pepper spray manufacturer ChemArmor, expanding its less-than-lethal product line.

"Our goal is to arm law enforcement with an array of powerful, effective non-lethal weapons," said Jose Marrero, PepperBall Technologies president and CEO. "The ChemArmor acquisition gives PepperBall access to the next generation spray that delivers five times more potency than the leading industry pepper spray."

The defensive pepper spray is available now under the PepperBall brand name.

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