SABRE Frontiersman Bear Horn with On/Off Locking Top to Prevent Accidental Deployment

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F-LH-01

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Make your presence known to nearby bears for safer hikes on trails with the SABRE Frontiersman Bear Horn with Locking On/Off Top to Prevent Accidental Deployment. This bear horn has a loud, 115db horn that is audible up to 0.5-miles (805-meters) away. Push-button horn activation is simple and effortless for easy operation. This SABRE Frontiersman Bear horn features an innovative On/Off feature lock that allows you to control when the horn can sound or not; there’s no need to worry that your horn will accidentally go off in bags and pockets while you’re on the go. Easily store in a pocket or bag for quick access when you need it most. 60- 1/4 second horn bursts allow multiple uses, making it the perfect companion for excursions all season long.

  • Helps To Prevent Bear Attacks: The powerful horn helps to scare nearby bears away, making startling encounters for you and the bear less likely
  • Powerful Horn Blasts: 115dB horn and can be heard up to 0.5-miles (805-meters) away, helping to make your presence known to nearby bears
  • On/Off Feature Prevents Accidental Sound: An On/Off feature helps to prevent the horn from being accidentally deployed for worry-free carrying in packs with your other gear
  • Compact and Easy to Carry: Space-saving design easily fits into side compartments of bags or pockets for quick access
  • Multiple Uses: 60- ¼ second bursts provide multiple uses, helping to keep the many ventures ahead safer
Item Weight (lbs) 0.13
Item Dimensions 2.5 x 1.5 x 4.875
Number of Bursts 25
Liquid Volume (oz) 1.5
Package Contains Bear Horn
State Shipping Restrictions AK,HI

A CUSTOMER'S FRONTIERSMAN SUCCESS STORY

"I am sure the 'hiss' of the spray escaping the canister startled her to a point, however, the spray was upon her in an instant. She reacted immediately. She ran away basically the same direction she had approached, at approximately 45 degrees away shaking her head."

A Customer's Frontiersman Success Story

From food odor to bear spray to noise-making, learn how to create a strategic plan for reducing your risk of bear conflict (or even encountering one in the first place).

Ryan Van Duzer, Contributing Editor for Backpacker Magazine covers a recommended bear safety plan for exploring Mother Nature

When you're in bear country, you need to be prepared. Knowing what to do (and not to do) could be the difference if a bear gets aggressive. Carrying a bear spray that is readily accessible is the single most important thing you can do.
— RYAN VAN DUZER, BACKPACKER MAGAZINE
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