Restricted Items

The majority of the items on our site are for sale to responsible adults that are of legal age to possess them. Some items may be restricted in their use or possession based on location. We’ve outlined some of these restrictions below, but this is by no means an exhaustive list. Please verify with your local police department or state attorneys office the legality of possessing any of the products ordered from us. As always, our products are intended for lawful use for recreation or self-defense.

Pepper Spray

Pepper spray is legal to own in all 50 states, but some states do not allow it to be ordered off the internet or there are limitations on the composition of the chemicals and/or size of the canister. We will note this on the description of any pepper sprays we sell and also flag these during checkout.

Rather than keep our own list of restrictions by state, please check out the following links from Wikipedia on state restrictions. They both will open in a new window.

Pepper Spray restrictions by State

Legailty of Pepper Spray in the US

Knives

This is a hot topic. There are federal, state and local laws and regulations over knives as some are considered weapons. We view them as tools to be used by responsible adults, but we don’t make the laws. We don’t sell knives that are considered restricted by federal law, but you should also be of legal age and check the knife laws in your state before ordering any knives from us.As above, check with your local police department and/or state attorney’s office if you are unsure.

Here is what Wikipedia has listed regarding knife laws by state:

Knife Legislation in the US