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  • challl80

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    Anybody know the law concerning pepper spray and minors(16 year old)
     

    txinvestigator

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    Anybody know the law concerning pepper spray and minors(16 year old)

    There is none.

    The only laws are a person cannot have a chemical dispensing device. other than a small, commercially available device sold for personal protection.

    So a small, pocket or keychain sized pepper spray is not prohibited.
     

    challl80

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    Thats what I was finding on the state website...i read the whole statute regarding weapons...no other mention anywhere.

    I did find that the potato gun I made 20 years ago is illegal...DOH
     

    challl80

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    lol...letting my child carry it. She's 16, works in a high profile shopping center and there are bad people out there. She shoots very well...but I already understand that legality...lol
     

    Gunns0902

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    Wouldn't a tazer be a better idea. My problem with OC is that the cylindrical shape makes it hard to find the locking mechanism and point it in the right direction. And Tazers are a tad more intimidating. They sound like they hurt. Now as to the legality of the issue I will have to defer to someone more knowledgeable.
     
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