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Take Down Line

Take Down Line

Take Down brand is a line of OC pepper and tear gas sprays manufactured by Mace Security International Inc.

March 7, 2016

Take Down Tactical Handle

Take Down Tactical Handle

Mace Security International, Inc. returns to a core business of supplying less-lethal tactical munitions and weapons systems for law enforcement, corrections, and military markets.

January 30, 2015

Take Down OC Pepper Spray

Take Down OC Pepper Spray

Mace Security's Take Down offers a complete line of OC and OC/CS blended sprays; now available in canisters using Omnidirectional Technology. SHOT Show Booth #20141

January 10, 2014

MK-9S .7% OC Vapor

MK-9S .7% OC Vapor

Safariland's First Defense MK-9S .7% OC Vapor in its Defense Technology brand features an intense concentration of major capsaicinoids in a non-flammable, EDW-safe formula and produces a high-volume mist, exceeding CRT and DOT flammability protocols.

September 30, 2012

Pink OC Spray

Pink OC Spray

Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) is offering yet another color to choose from in its popular Defender family of Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) personal safety devices.

May 23, 2012

ProtectoJet Model 5

ProtectoJet Model 5

The ProtectoJet Model 5 is a pepper ejector that can deploy OC, CS, or CN as a fog. Evaporated solution contains powerful floating-in-air particles that will affect a large group of aggressors within a few seconds from up to 60 yards in still air.

March 30, 2012

Pepper Gel

Less-lethal OC weapons are now available in a gel form from Mace Security International. Take Down 10-percent pepper gel is a nontoxic, nonflammable, water-soluble gel that contains 1.4 percent capsaicinoids concentration and has more range than Mace stream products.

January 1, 2005

Cap Stun Training Program

Zarc International's Cap Stun pepper spray training kit includes one holster, three inert training sprays, a video, an audio CD, a training manual, paper targets, and an examination sheet. Follow the simple video, audio, and print instructions, practice the training drills, and send your completed exam back to the company for your certification. You must score 100 percent on the test to become certified.

November 1, 2002