Pepper Blaster II Manual

Pepper Blaster II Here is the official manual for Pepper Blaster II and the previous model called simply “Pepper Blaster”. As you might know the previous model looked like a travel soap case, it had no grip and no sights. It was easy to carry because of the built-in clip but more difficult to aim because you could not align it with the target reliably.

Other than these features the both models of Pepper Blaster are basically the same: the use the same pyro-drive to shoot the load of pepper gel out of the barrel toward the target. Yes, it does shoot it but it is not a firearm, so it is classified just as a pepper spray. Concerned about restrictive gun laws where you live? Pepper Blaster II could be just the solution you are looking for. See for yourself:

The high velocity of each blast (90 MPH) improves the chance
that the liquid irritant will penetrate around
eyeglasses, through cloth face masks and other masks
with eye openings. Upon contact, the eyes of the
assailant should immediately close and the effects will
likely be felt within seconds. Symptoms typically last
for 45–60 minutes with no lasting after-effects.

The pain and irritation is nothing new: all pepper sprays work like that but what is different about Pepper Blaster II is the speed of delivery (90 mph), the force of the shot, and the range of the straight shot (13′). The shot happens instantly and can not be blocked, dodged or run away from. regular pepper sprays do not offer that.

Is it potent? You bet: it’s one of the strongest solutions on the market, right after the Wildfire and next to FoxLabs. Here:

This product contains 10% oleoresin capsicum at
4 million SHU, approximately 2.4% capsaicinoids, a
strong irritant derived from cayenne peppers.

So, 10% concentration of the 4,000,000 SHU-strong extract yields 400,000 heat index (“nozzle heat”). That’s strong alright and very painful on contact.

Pepper Blaster has an automatic switchover between the barrels after the shot, so all you need to do is just press the same trigger again and the next shot will be fired. Trigger resistance is 6.6 lb (3kg). It’s good to prevent accidental discharges but sure enough is not the only safety feature. Pepper Blaster is equipped with a swing-away trigger guard that protects the mechanism from firing. The  guard simply pivots away from your index finger when you push your finger to reach for the trigger.

You can download the Pepper Blaster manual here.

If you don’t know what Pepper Blaster is check out this video:

If you want to buy one, do it here.

Above all: stay safe!


Operation Mode: Trigger-operated percussion primer, automatic charge switching, pyrotechnic power driven piston.
Content: Two separate charges of oleoresin capsicum liquid irritant.
Minimum Safe Discharge Distance: 2 feet (.61m)
Maximum Effective Range: 13 feet (4m)
Charge Velocity: 90 mph (132 fps – 40m/s)
Charge Volume: .21 oz. (6 ml)
Liquid Irritant: 10% OC (oleoresin capsicum) with approximately 2.4% capsaicinoids in solution.
Operating Temperature: -4°F to 176°F (-20°C to 80°C)
Trigger Resistance: 6.6 lb (3 kg)
Safety Device: Swing-away trigger guard reduces risk of unintentional discharge.