I do not know what had got me to leave my Pepper Pen to Shelley just before I left the library ahead of her. I merely had this dreadful thought she might need to have that much more than I might. I was departing in advance, and with Maggie. Shelley would have to walk back towards the dormitory, and it would probably be dark the second she headed for home.
It was actually my father who had insisted I lug some self-defense spray once I went away to college. He expressed it is non-lethal, and aimed completely for defensive uses. This would immobilize an assailant practically at once right after your spraying, yet the results are momentary and there is no long-term injury later.
I had seen a video of someone hit by a defense spray. He was actually howling in pain while rubbing his eyes as well as face. This would be because of the stemming burning sensation. He then went into uncontrollable coughing fits which lasted for a few minutes.
Obviously, that is the chance a user is waiting for so he or she can go away as well as report the event, if possible, to have the assailant apprehended.
Dad stated a tiny self-defense spray would fit me just fine given that this sort is easy to conceal, giving me the surprise advantage. Plus, this is much simpler to handle, what with my little hands that would possibly shake as soon as I would need to fire the defense spray.
I could hold that in my pocket, and it would continue to be conveniently accessible in case I needed this. The fact this is a disguised pepper spray, one which resembles a pen, would permit me to hold that within my hand without bring up suspicion I was actually carrying a weapon.
Father’s Pepper Shot pepper spray utilizes very fine grains that penetrate the skin quicker upon contact, raising its heat intensity. And that was exactly what happened to Shelley’s assailant as soon as he got hit from about 6 feet immediately after my good friend succeeded to push him away.
I am glad my Pepper Pen saved Shelley, though she is still a little shocked by the incident.