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The O.C. Intruder-Buster™ by Shomer-Tec is a tripline activated area-denial device that can be an effective addition to your property security. It's best deployed outdoors, in particular where there’s a natural funneling of travel such as between buildings, hedges, etc. When triggered by the tripline, the device is activated and expels a cloud of O.C. (oleoresin capsicum, or "pepper spray"), providing a strong inspiration to the intruder to quickly flee the area.
It utilizes a proprietary O.C. fogger canister made specially for this device which provides superior effectiveness. Specs: 10% O.C., 2 million SHU, 1.33% Major Capsaicinoids, non-flammable.
The O.C. Intruder-Buster™ includes one O.C. canister and one 75’ spool of Ballistic Trip Line™. Additional canisters are sold separately. Also available is an Inert spray canister unit, which is recommended for training applications. Made in USA. Ground shipment only.
SKU #: IB – O.C. Intruder-Buster™
SKU #: OCC – O.C. Canister
SKU #: IC – Inert Canister
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1. a lock manufacturer or distributor.
2. a bona fide locksmith*.
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