My fiance is an outdoorsy kind of person. Whenever possible or at least once per month he schedules a hiking trip with his buddies or his colleagues.
Concerned for his safety from wild animal assaults while outdoor camping I bought him a Bear Mace that I came across while shopping on the internet. I have heard all about bear sprays from online ads and how they have saved the lives of numerous outdoorsmen.
Hikers who get into national forests that are usually the natural home of bears are encouraged to take bear pepper spray with them. Having one of those handy whenever camping or hiking can lessen the number of deaths due to bear assaults. Likewise the number of bears slain as an act of self-defense is also decreased.
Bear repellents when sprayed on a bear make it leave instead of inciting it to attack as a form of defense against the individual.
As self-defense weapons bear sprays bring about momentary debilitating effects only thus no environmental law is being disobeyed. The bear can still rejoin its group as soon as the repellents effects have faded away.
I have found out however that bear pepper spray should not be utilized on another individual. Im a bit worried about this actually given that my fiance as well as his buddies become a little rowdy occasionally.
The Mace Bear Repellent Spray which I bought for my groom-to-be could spray about 30 feet a safe enough distance between the bear as well as my partner. It can be used just once considering that the container empties at around 5.4 seconds.
Right now I have bought two more sprays as reserves. I can only hope that a bear attack never happens but if it does then at least let my fiance remember that he has a Bear Mace in his belt pack. After all it is always alertness as well as common sense that help save somebody in the end.