Scenario: Every morning, you take your favorite little Pomeranian, Mr. Scruffles, for a walk around your posh neighborhood in Lakeway, Texas. Both you and he enjoy your daily constitutional. You get a chance to show off your manly physique and so does Mr. Scruffles. Sadly, Dr. Excelsior’s Doberman likes neither you nor Mr. Scruffles and you fear his bite much more than his his bark. To make matters worse, you have a “thing” for Dr. Excelsior. I mean, she’s rich, cute, and damn…that Mercedes. You don’t want to stop her Doberman permanently, you just want to keep bite marks off your body for when you two spend the day at Hippy Hollow So a on-lethal weapons it is . . .
On one hand, you have a Smith and Wesson 276 37mm gas gun. It can fire rubber projectiles as well as numerous incendiary gas cartridges. They would be lethal within the confines of a car or small room, but out in the open they’ll be fine. The loud noise of the gun will call attention to Mr. Scruffles’ plight at the hands of the vicious doberman. Interestingly enough, the SW 276 has the classic DA/SA trigger of a Smith and Wesson revolver, so you could have a match-tuned gas gun!
On the other hand, there’s Sabre Pepper Gel. It’s lightweight, it fits in your pocket, and it sticks to your assailant’s eyes. It’s so simple a child could use it. Plus, if you have any gel left over after using it for defense, you can use it as a condiment on your Torchy’s Tacos. Mmm… tacos!
Which gun would you grab?
Both weapons available at Sportsman’s Finest in Bee Cave, Texas.