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Shipping Restrictions

Restricted Shipping In The US

California | Massachusetts | New York | Portland, OR | Washington D.C.

There are restrictions, product markings and other requirements in the U.S. that vary by state, municipality or jurisdiction dictating where a Prepared2Protect™ pistol and projectiles can be sold, recieved, owned, carried and/or used. Every purchaser is responsible for checking and obeyingthe state and/or municipality laws that govern their use and/or ownership of P2P products.
We DO NOT ship products to consumers who live in these areas:

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California

The device can only dispel the pepper chemical in aerosol form, not as a projectile.

Massachusetts

Human formula pepper spray (chemical), although allowed, cannot be legally shipped to a MA state address.

Section 122C.
(a) As used in this section and section 122D, "self-defense spray" shall mean chemical mace, pepper spray or any device or instrument which contains, propels or emits a liquid, gas, powder or substance designed to incapacitate. (b) Whoever, not being licensed as provided in section 122B, sells self-defense spray shall be punished by a fine of not more than $1,000 or by imprisonment in a house of correction for not more than 2 years. (c) Whoever sells self-defense spray to a person younger than 18 years of age, if the person younger than 18 years of age does not have a firearms identification card, shall be punished by a fine of not more than $300. (d) A person under 18 years of age who possesses self-defense spray and who does not have a firearms identification card shall be punished by a fine of not more than $300.

New York

It may be legal to carry defense sprays in NY, but pepper spray (chemical) can not legally be mailed to any city or county in New York.

PEN § 265.20
14. Possession in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph of a self-defense spray device as defined herein for the protection of a person or property and use of such self-defense spray device under circumstances which would justify the use of physical force pursuant to article thirty-five of this chapter. (a) As used in this section “self-defense spray device” shall mean a pocket sized spray device which contains and releases a chemical or organic substance which is intended to produce temporary physical discomfort or disability through being vaporized or otherwise dispensed in the air or any like device containing tear gas, pepper or similar disabling agent. (b) The exemption under this paragraph shall not apply to a person who: (i) is less than eighteen years of age;  or (ii) has been previously convicted in this state of a felony or any assault;  or (iii) has been convicted of a crime outside the state of New York which if committed in New York would constitute a felony or any assault crime. (c) The department of health, with the cooperation of the division of criminal justice services and the superintendent of state police, shall develop standards and promulgate regulations regarding the type of self-defense spray device which may lawfully be purchased, possessed and used pursuant to this paragraph.  The regulations shall include a requirement that every self-defense spray device which may be lawfully purchased, possessed or used pursuant to this paragraph have a label which states:  “WARNING:  The use of this substance or device for any purpose other than self-defense is a criminal offense under the law.  The contents are dangerous - use with care.  This device shall not be sold by anyone other than a licensed or authorized dealer.  Possession of this device by any person under the age of eighteen or by anyone who has been convicted of a felony or assault is illegal.  Violators may be prosecuted under the law.”

15. Possession and sale of a self-defense spray device as defined in paragraph fourteen of this subdivision by a dealer in firearms licensed pursuant to section 400.00 of this chapter, a pharmacist licensed pursuant to article one hundred thirty-seven of the education law or by such other vendor as may be authorized and approved by the superintendent of state police. (a) Every self-defense spray device shall be accompanied by an insert or inserts which include directions for use, first aid information, safety and storage information and which shall also contain a toll free telephone number for the purpose of allowing any purchaser to call and receive additional information regarding the availability of local courses in self-defense training and safety in the use of a self-defense spray device. (b) Before delivering a self-defense spray device to any person, the licensed or authorized dealer shall require proof of age and a sworn statement on a form approved by the superintendent of state police that such person has not been convicted of a felony or any crime involving an assault.  Such forms shall be forwarded to the division of state police at such intervals as directed by the superintendent of state police.  Absent any such direction the forms shall be maintained on the premises of the vendor and shall be open at all reasonable hours for inspection by any peace officer or police officer, acting pursuant to his or her special duties.  No more than two self-defense spray devices may be sold at any one time to a single purchaser.

Portland, OR

14A.60.030 Tear Gas and Stun Guns

A. For the purposes of this Section, the following definitions apply: 1. Tear gas, mace, pepper mace, or any similar deleterious agent: a sternutator, lacrimator, or any substance composed of a mixture of a sternutator or lacrimator, including, but not limited to chloroacetophenone, alpha-chloroacetophenone, phaenylchloro-methylketone, orthochloro-benzalmalononitrile, oleoresin capsicum, or any chemical or combination of chemicals, whether in liquid, solid form, or gas capable of generating offensive, noxious or suffocating fumes, gases, or vapor capable of producing temporary discomfort, permanent injury, paralysis, immobilization, tears, nausea, or other illness. 2. Tear gas weapon: includes but is not limited to any shell, cartridge, or bomb capable of being discharged or exploded, when the discharge or explosion will cause or permit the release or emission of tear gas or oleoresin capsicum, mace, pepper mace or other similar deleterious agent. 3. Stun gun: an electrical device that transmits an electrical charge designed to incapacitate humans or animals. B. It is unlawful for any person, corporation, or association to offer for sale, sell, furnish, transport, carry, possess, or use, within the City limits, any tear gas weapon or stun gun.

Washington D.C.

D.C. Official Code § 7-2502.12

...the self-defense spray must be propelled from an aerosol container...

No Shipping to Canada

Pepper spray designed to be used against people is considered a prohibited weapon in Canada. The definition under regulation states "any device designed to be used for the purpose of injuring, immobilizing or otherwise incapacitating any person by the discharge therefrom of (a) tear gas, Mace or other gas, or (b) any liquid, spray, powder or other substance that is capable of injuring, immobilizing or otherwise incapacitating any person" is a prohibited weapon.

The above list of restrictions is not entirely exhaustive and is only provided as an example and representation of restrictions that exist.