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If you are over the age of 18 and have not been convicted of a felony or an assault- we guarantee* any pepper spray, self defense, or security product listed on this website are legal to ship/use/carry in the state of Georgia at the time of purchase. Most cities and counties simply comply with the state level laws, however, we recommend you check with your local city or county police department for any additional restrictions.
In Plain English:
Georgia Pepper Spray Law Explanation
- Pepper spray is LEGAL to buy/carry/use/ship to Georgia
- Must be a minimum of 18 years old
- Cannot have any convicted felonies on record
- For self defense purposes only
Georgia’s big city residents have been increasing over the last 2 decades, especially in the state’s capital of Atlanta where major infrastructure improvements were made in preparation to host the 1996 Olympic Games. Big cities, especially ones that serve as major travel or event hubs, will almost always have issues with aggravated assault, attacks and other violent crime. In 2012 Atlanta was considered the 6th most dangerous city with more than 200,000 residents. However, you CAN reduce your risk of becoming a victim of crime with some simple state legal tools.
Pepper spray is a readily available safety tool that is easy to carry and use to protect yourself against an attack or assault. Pepper spray is legal to ship, carry, use and purchase in the state of Georgia for the purpose of personal self defense. We were unable to locate ANY state law restricting it. Georgia state also does not restrict the type or size of pepper spray products either. All the products on our website are legal to ship, use and carry in Georgia. Occasionally cities will have their own self defense pepper spray regulations, but rarely are they much different than state laws.
Additionally, we recommend you educate yourself about how to avoid risky safety situations, how to escape an attacker, and how to stay aware of your surroundings. Safety information and tools combined help you protect your safety.
What the Official Georgia State Law Says