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If you don’t want to carry a firearm — if you can’t carry a firearm (thanks to a victim isolation zone) — the Mace Pepper Gun 2.0 is a good choice. Maybe not the best choice . . .

The Mace Pepper Gun 2.0 is twice the size of a Kimber Pepperblaster in every direction. But the Mace Pepper Gun’s still a great way to annoy a bad guy. The latest version features . . .

a disorienting LED strobe light. Pull the trigger once to activate the steady LED flashlight feature. Pull the trigger a second time and the pulsating strobe light is engaged.

The Mace Pepper Gun with Flashing Strobe delivers a targeted stream of OC pepper spray up to 20 feet, and a constant stream from any angle.

The trigger activated, dual mode LED light disorients an attacker and helps to accurately aim at the target. Integrated Picatinny rail allows you to attach accessories to your Pepper Gun.

Wait. What? Red dot? Night vision? Anyway, $59.99. And yes, there is a holster. And no, the gun doesn’t fire flares.

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  1. …methinks I might buy one for the missus, being in the “victim isolation zone” of the San Fransisco south bay area that we are.

    This looks much easier to deploy the irritant than fumbling around with the latches on typical canisters.

  2. I would buy one and an OWB holster for open carry and walk around everywhere with one of these so I can entrap a cop into using excessive force against me for no reason and sue the department for millions of dollars.

    • Stupid stuff aside, I like pepper sprayers that are gun shaped because they’re easy to aim with and with the added light, for low light events, you can blind a person with the light then spray them in the face. They’re not going to be doing much when their eyes and nasals are burning and can only see a big black blot when they open their eyes.

      I just hope the water cartridge is refillable to ward off stray cats.

    • You volunteering? There never seems to be an angry bear around when you want one…
      Between the repeat shot capability of this or a Taser Pulse, I’ll take the Mace.
      Realistically though, I’ll stick with the easier-to-slip-into-a-pocket and not-trying-intimidate-the-perp-with-its-appearance canister.

  3. why the fuck would you want a gun…that is not a gun? as we have seen with many bear sprays, these POS get defeated by the fucking wind people. no thanks.

    • Because this isn’t a free country and there are still too many places where our civil rights are prohibited by law.
      Also: sometimes, a gun isn’t the best answer. Example – a belligerent but unarmed drunk. Fill his snoot with pepper and walk away. You’re allowed to chuckle to yourself as you listen to his swearing/crying.

  4. I carry a SabreRed peppergel thingy. Mostly for 4 legged critters. Works really well too(and only 15bucks).Carried a PepperBlaster for years but limited to 2 blasts. Neither was ever spotted by an inquisitive type…unlike this thing.

  5. …well, I just bought the the three-pack on Amazon (gun, holster, refills). If the missus doesn’t want it, I’ll carry it.

  6. “Pull the trigger once to activate the steady LED flashlight feature. Pull the trigger a second time and the pulsating strobe light is engaged.”

    Ugh. Stupid.

    If you hit the person with the pepper spray and they’re still a threat you can’t run away from, drop this stupid thing and 1) knife the motherfucker or 2) kick them in the balls and then throw knees into their face until they’re either unconscious or beaten so badly that they’re nice and docile so you can easily wrap them up in a rear naked and put them to sleep.

    Then leave/call the cops/take them back to your basement and chain them to a radiator for fun and games later… whatever suits your fancy at that point.

  7. How long does it take the bad man to cover 21 feet?

    How long does it take the average user of this effed up product to draw? Even if they have the gun out, how long does it take for them to point, and figure out how many times to pull which trigger to make it go spray? And EVEN IF it’s a perfect application of product, how long does it take to incapacitate the BG? 30 seconds? Yeah, I’ve watched plenty of people in training go 30 seconds or MORE beating on a BG in a RedMan suit before they could go no more.

    And then there’s the whole issue of carrying something that 99.9% of the population would identify as a gun.

    9-1-1: What is your emergency?

    Bystander: There’s a person with a gun at 26th and California.

    9-1-1: We’re sending officers. What’s the suspect description?

    Bystander: [Describes the idiot carrying the Mace Pepper Gun 2.0]

  8. Just keep in mind that a seasoned criminal will likely have been exposed to it at some point in his career if he’s ever ended up in prison and after the first time you ever get sprayed, the fear factor of it wears off a little, spray and run as fast as you can if your in California.

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