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Laws and Restrictions for
Pepper Spray, Stun Guns and Knives

Security Defense Weapons has confirmed that the laws and restrictions for our self-defense weapons listed below and in the links provided are true according to the best available information. Buyers should verify any other Local, State, County, or other Federal Laws and Restrictions that may apply.

Please note that your local government may have different restrictions, especially regarding carrying a stun gun. For instance, some areas may interpret “carrying it openly” differently. We do our best to keep our information up to date. If you are unsure whether it is legal to own or carry any of our self-defense products in your area, simply contact your local law enforcement by phone. They can provide more guidance specific to your area.

Stun Gun Laws by State

Stun gun laws vary by state and can include regulations on who can possess a stun gun, where they can be carried, and how they can be used. It’s important to check the specific laws in your state or consult with a legal professional for the most up-to-date information. Read more about Stun Gun Laws by State

Pepper Spray Laws by State

Here is a general overview of pepper spray laws in the United States, but please note that laws can vary by state and it’s important to check the specific regulations in your state. In general, pepper spray is legal for civilian use in all 50 states, but there are restrictions on who can purchase, possess, and use it.

Some common restrictions include:

  1. Age: You must be a certain age to purchase and possess pepper spray, typically 18 years old.
  2. Quantity: There may be limits on the size and strength of the pepper spray canister you are allowed to carry.
  3. Use: Pepper spray is intended for self-defense purposes only and should not be used as a weapon or for any other purpose.
  4. Prohibited places: There may be restrictions on where you can carry pepper spray, such as government buildings or schools.

It’s important to familiarize yourself with the specific laws in your state to ensure you comply. You can contact your local law enforcement agency or check the state statutes for more detailed information. Read our list of Pepper Spray Laws and Restrictions.

Knife Restrictions by State

While not an exhaustive list of knife restrictions by state because the laws and regulations related to knives can vary widely across different states and are subject to change.

It’s important to note that knife laws can be complex and nuanced, so I recommend checking with specific state laws or consulting with a legal professional for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding knife restrictions in a particular state.

Here are the Knife Restrictions by State that apply to the knives we sell at Security Defense Weapons.