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Tac-700 Launcher

March 30, 2012
PepperBall Technologies’ TAC-700 launcher fires up to 12 rounds per second and features a high-capacity 200-round hopper, an automatic feed system, and a honed barrel.

Chemical Agents

April 28, 2011

View our roundup of nine chemical agents and customizable launchers created for either indoor or outdoor use with inert training rounds or impact projectiles. Chemical agents include liquid or powder barricade penetrators, OC-Vapor grenades, aerosol projectors and pepper projectiles.

Less-Lethal Launchers: Reaching Out and Punching Someone

March 15, 2011

Today, police have a wide variety of tools and munitions for exerting less-lethal force on individuals at greater and greater distances. Extended range less-lethal impact weapons have been refined to the point that they are both accurate and extremely effective when deployed correctly.

Handheld Projectile Launcher

September 1, 2007
The SA-4 PepperBall system launches four ImpactPlus projectiles with rapid-reload capability. When fired from the SA-4 launcher, projectiles strike with 20 foot-pounds of stopping power and release four grams of hot pepper powder to subdue suspects.

PepperBall Technologies SA-10NX PepperBall System

January 1, 2006
The new SA-10NX from PepperBall Technologies is designed to help achieve suspect compliance, suspect marking, inmate management, personal protection, barricade extraction, animal control, and more. The handheld launcher is powered by carbon dioxide and works with all PepperBall projectiles. Custom designed SA-10NX shoulder or thigh holsters are available, as well as a removable rail for mounting laser sights or other accessories on the launcher.
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