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pepper spray carry laws?

What's the law regarding pepper spray in and around chicago?
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i believe it's un-restricted..
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it's illegal in NYC

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How about spraying pepper spray in the air vents of the SUV that just tried to run you off the road?
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How about spraying pepper spray in the air vents of the SUV that just tried to run you off the road?

Oh man that would be sweet justice One of those moster hummers. Too bad it would blind the driver and they'd end up killing someone that had nothing to do with it.

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bike jackers beware! I have a 1lb cannister of fox labs 2% OC gas @ 5.5 mil SHU attached to my motorcycle
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bike jackers beware! I have a 1lb cannister of fox labs 2% OC gas @ 5.5 mil SHU attached to my motorcycle
and where are the nozzles gonna be aimed at, and what release mechanism?? this could be interesting...
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i believe it's un-restricted..

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bike jackers beware! I have a 1lb cannister of fox labs 2% OC gas @ 5.5 mil SHU attached to my motorcycle

i would be really interested to know how you plan to set that up or use it if necessary????? sounds very interesting.
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What's the law regarding pepper spray in and around chicago?
It is illegal to discharge pepper spray within any enclosed room within a Class C-1, C-2, or certain Class F Assembly Units (i.e., nightclubs). CMC 8-24-045.

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Most of you probably wouldn't be able to do this because you have mirrors. I had another good spot next to the frame by my left leg but I don't think it's such a great idea with the warning label reading don't get hotter than 120 degrees

This has been wheelie test and approved also

Depending on where the person is I could either leave it in the holster and pull the pin and spray (it has limited movement so it doesn't tip upside down during wheelies). Or it's pretty easy to draw. I'm thinking the intimidation factor alone should work though. When I go places I just throw it in my back pack or in the trunk
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Where the hell are you riding that requires this kind of "intimidation"? Planning to piss a bunch of people off sometime soon?

I wonder what your local LEO's will think of this invention?

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have you actually had any incidents where a cage is being too aggressive or anything like that?


i know it has happened to some people this year already.
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we can always toss stink bombs at suvs. I use to buy them when i was a kid, but i dont know, if they still make them.
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damn, here i thought you were gonna set it up as a alarm/protection system, not a stupid holster!!
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Pretty sweet idea. I'm guessing you end up riding in areas that you don't feel safe?

I think you should get a taser set up as well. Maybe even a beanbag shotgun! Pepper spray can be very difficult to use effectively in certain situations.
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People have attempted to run me off the road numerous times. Some people may not agree with wheelies (I know most of you don't) but cagers should respect the fact that I stay in my own lane and go with the flow of traffic. In the last two weeks I've had a guy in the left lane on 355 come around me, pull in front of me and slow down to 35mph IN THE LEFT lane to try and force me to set the wheelie down... Of course I just slowed down with him and then switched lanes, and went in front of him and slowed down (still on one wheel). Then then next day on 83 just north of North ave. I had a guy who was without exaggeration a block in front of me come to a complete stop in my lane because I was doing a wheelie at about 40mph. Then you get the assholes that just dont care and take your lane over.

I'll stop ranting now. I think if people see a 1lb cannister of pepper spray they may think twice before they try and run me off the road.
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not to mention riding in the hood is pretty much the only place the cops dont care about anymore
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People have attempted to run me off the road numerous times. Some people may not agree with wheelies (I know most of you don't) but cagers should respect the fact that I stay in my own lane and go with the flow of traffic. In the last two weeks I've had a guy in the left lane on 355 come around me, pull in front of me and slow down to 35mph IN THE LEFT lane to try and force me to set the wheelie down... Of course I just slowed down with him and then switched lanes, and went in front of him and slowed down (still on one wheel). Then then next day on 83 just north of North ave. I had a guy who was without exaggeration a block in front of me come to a complete stop in my lane because I was doing a wheelie at about 40mph. Then you get the assholes that just dont care and take your lane over.

I'll stop ranting now. I think if people see a 1lb cannister of pepper spray they may think twice before they try and run me off the road.
i'm sorry, but wtf is pepper gas gonna do to someone in a cage? Other than give them another reason to be assholes...
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i'm sorry, but wtf is pepper gas gonna do to someone in a cage? Other than give them another reason to be assholes...

certain things you just can't post on a message board.. use your imagination.


It's pretty hot in the summer, lucky most cars have AC
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damn, here i thought you were gonna set it up as a alarm/protection system, not a stupid holster!!
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