"No device helps
at the moment
of attack, unless it is with you..."
Carry the sleek,
S P I T F I R E ® on your key ring.
Slide button forward off Safety — then
press down firmly to fire. Remember to
spray by sliding button completely forward, and then press
down with extra firm pressure to the bottom of
the button's downward motion. Practice first using
two thumbs to press on the button, and then practice using
Spitfire® has an internal Automatic
Safety. Due to its child resistant design,
it will no go off unless you want it too.
hit an attacker's face without aiming, especially when grabbed
from behind. Spray his face and eyes. Temporarily
blinding him creates the opportunity for you to get away.
A REAL WALLOP
Spitfire's cone of atomized pepper particles
makes it easier to hit the attacker's face,
and has a quicker effect than a stream or
foam of pepper spray. 8 shots of police-strength pepper spray
(heat rating of 2 million SHU) out to 8 feet in a cone pattern.
Effect lasts for about 30 minutes.
usually happen within arms length. When you raise other
pepper sprays to aim at close range, the attacker can react
by grabbing. Only Spitfire® is
designed so you can surprise him with a shot
from the hip.
SNAP-FREE® KEY RING
No device helps at the moment of attack unless it is with
you. The sleek, lightweight Spitfire® is designed
for the quickest release from your key ring without turning
off your car. Snap it back together again to reuse.
Know your pepper canister is still loaded by simply
dropping the red canister into water at room temperature.
If it floats up and breaks the surface, replace it. If not,
it is ready to use.
canisters work best for about 24 months. Check the expiration
date printed on the pepper canister and perform the Float
Inexpensive pepper canister
refills are available wherever
you buy Spitfire®.
laws in some areas may regulate possession or use of pepper
spray. Check with your local law enforcement officers about
the sale and use of pepper spray in your area. Federal law
prohibits transporting pepper spray on passenger aircraft. Spitfire,