Pepper Projectile Launcher State Laws

Pepper Projectile Launchers are legal in most states with specific regulations to owning, purchasing, and possession of a pepper projectile launcher.

 

See state regulations listed below.

California Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: Live projectiles and/or tear gas are illegal. Alternative kits with water inerts and rubber balls are offered 

Connecticut Launcher Laws

Regulations: Pepper powder launchers are likely regulated like firearms 

Sales Restrictions: Cannot be possessed by a felon or minors

                                   SABRE does not currently ship 

Delaware Launcher Laws

Regulations: Pepper powder launchers are likely regulated like firearms as where concealed carry requires a license

Sales Restrictions: SABRE does not currently ship 

Washington D.C. Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: Currently illegal

Massachusetts Launcher Laws

Age Restriction: Ages 15-18 must obtain a firearms ID card to purchase

Sales Restrictions: Pepper launchers must be purchased at a licensed firearms dealer 

                                   SABRE does not currently ship 

Michigan Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: Currently illegal

Minnesota Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: Currently illegal

Montana Launcher Laws

Regulations: Pepper powder launchers are "treated" like firearms

Additional Information: No restrictions listed. Contact local authorities for additional information

Nebraska Launcher Laws

Regulations: Considered a "destructive device"

Additional Information: No restrictions listed. Contact local authorities for additional information

New Jersey Launcher Laws

Regulations: Pepper powder launchers are regulated like firearms

Additional Information: Contact local authorities for additional information

New York Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: Currently illegal

North Carolina Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: Currently illegal

Texas Launcher Laws

Sales Restrictions: May be illegal. Contact local authorities for additional information

                                   SABRE does not currently ship 

Utah Launcher Laws

Regulations: Treated as a “dangerous weapon,” which is regulated by (76-10-505) and (76-10-506)

Sales Restrictions: Cannot be possessed by a felon

Additional Restrictions: Not permitted on or about school premises 

West Virginia Launcher Laws

Regulations: Treated as a “deadly weapon,” which is defined by Code 61-7-2

Additional Restrictions: A state-issued license is required to carry a concealed deadly weapon

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Disclaimers

The possession and/or sale of SABRE defense sprays, SABRE Red defense sprays, FRONTIERSMAN and SABRE Wild Bear Attack Deterrents, Protector Dog Attack Deterrents, SABRE pepper projectile launchers and SABRE stun guns are legal in most cities and/or states in the United States. However, some cities and/or states have chosen to establish certain restrictions surrounding the possession and/or sale of these products. To the best of SABRE’s knowledge, listed are the most current legal restrictions for cities and/or states.

Check your local laws to determine the legality of carrying SABRE, SABRE Red, FRONTIERSMAN, SABRE Wild, and Protector products in your area. SABRERED.com consumers are responsible for understanding the local and state laws concerning the purchase and use of Security Equipment Corporation's products. The consumer agrees that Security Equipment Corporation's products are not intended for illegal use. Security Equipment Corporation is not responsible for misrepresentation by the consumer nor the illegal use of our products.