Which pepper spray to carry?

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    I use Bodyguard for my duty spray. They make a 2oz version in a cone or stream and it contains 15% OC which is the highest I've found yet....it'll almost make you cry thinkin about the pain the other guy is in
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    Sabre red or Fox. Ive been hit with Sabre for LEO training.......it sucks :) From what I understand Fox is like twice as hot...trust me, unless someones druged up or just immune to that stuff it'll stop em. Or at least give you time to get outta there
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    I received the Spitfire keychain OC the other day. It is far better sized for my pockets than the standard Fox, Sabre and DPS keychain units (which all use the same plastic mold as far as I can tell).

    Not only is the Spitfire about 10% smaller, it has a more streamlined shape that doesn't catch on pockets. The safety on the Spitfire is also more reassuring and the keychain release is smaller too.

    Here are some photo's of the Spitfire on the left with the Fox keychain unit on the right for comparison.

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    spitfirevsfox.JPG

    I realize the Fox has a little more capacity and reach, but it's useless to me in that form factor, and the safety doesn't inspire confidence.

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    My vote is for Fox.
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