Whichever side of the gun ownership debate you stand on, it would be hard to argue against the fact that not every dangerous situation needs to be resolved in a lethal manner. Whether it’s drunk neighbours trying to enter the wrong house, unarmed robbers trying to get into your car, or shitfaced hooligans looking for a fight, these are situations you might want to deal with proportionally and not lethally. The SALT Pepper Spray gun is loaded with rounds filled with a powdered pepper spray that creates a chemical cloud upon impact, incapacitating anyone in the vicinity. With a range of 150 feet, compared to a traditional pepper spray’s 6 foot range, the SALT lets you maintain a safe distance between yourself and your threat. With a muzzle velocity of 320 feet per second, even without the chemical irritant, the impact from each round is like being hit with a 50mph fastball. A 7 round magazine lets you fire several shots in quick succession, overwhelming your subject with a painful barrage that is sure to make them turn around in no time, and leaving you free of the hassle of undergoing an investigation for your use of a firearm. It’s $389, and each self-defense kit comes with 1 pepper spray gun, 10 pepper spray rounds, 10 practice rounds, 1 magazine (7-round), 2 co2 cylinders, 1 lockable case (lock not included), 1 easy to follow user manual.