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Old June 1, 2016, 10:52 AM   #84
Lohman446
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The sprays are constrained, and considering you are probably within two paces of the attacker, you're not going to be affecting bystanders very much, if at all.

As an aside, the loss of a parent is a far greater trauma for a child than an asthma attack.
Part of the curve here for me is the idea that I never considered pepper spray so I have had little concern for how it worked or how it would impact an area etc. I have also given little concern until very recently to how one would deploy it or its effectiveness (I will accept at face value it is going to be rather effective against most people).

Now I am working through, in my mind, potential problems associated with it and alternatives to it. Its weighing the annoyance (and value) of adding another tool vs the value (and annoyance) of learning and practicing an alternative to that tool.
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