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Utah State Pepper Spray Laws, Rules & Legal Regulations

Q: Is Pepper Spray Allowed / Legal in Utah?
A: YES! Pepper spray is legal to purchase, use & carry for self defense purposes.

More on Utah Pepper Spray Regulations

Video Explanation of UT State Laws

Utah Pepper Spray Law Explanation

Unfortunately, crime rates are increasing in many places throughout the United States. Protecting yourself should be a priority. In the state of Utah, it is completely legal for you to carry and use non-lethal self defense products to defend yourself.

When properly used, these types of self defense products can significantly increase your chances of escaping a dangerous situation. Pepper spray or an electronic incapacitation device (such as a stun gun) can give you the time you need to get away from an assailant.

In larger cities, such as Salt Lake City, Utah, crime rates continue to rise. There is a higher incidence of violent crimes, including rape, robbery, assault, and homicide. While you may choose to carry a firearm, you may want the choice whether or not in a given a situation you want to use it—or perhaps, if you can, use something that doesn’t have potentially permanent consequences.

Pepper spray is a perfect solution. The oleoresin capsicum (pepper spray’s active ingredient) causes an assailant to be temporarily blinded and can cause burning pain. While this will not permanently harm the person, it can make all the difference in helping you gain those precious moments to get yourself to safety and get help.

Take the time to shop in our online store to find products that you can carry while in the state of Utah to protect yourself. Your personal safety should never be at stake!


What the Official Utah State Law Says

Title 76 Chapter 10 Part 5 Section 501

Utah Criminal Code

Chapter 10    Offenses Against Public Health, Safety, Welfare, and Morals

Part 5 Weapons

(Does not include pepper spray)

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Last Updated: July 2017