Pepper Spray Laws in Texas: A Comprehensive Guide to Safe and Legal Self-Defense
"Guaranteed Legal" Self Defense Products for Texas
Our "Guaranteed Legal" Promise:
When it comes to pepper spray for self defense, Texas law is clear: it's legal and allows for self-defense pepper spray usage for individuals over 18 and without a felony or assault conviction. We've done the research so you don't have to. However, you may want to double-check with local, city, or county for extra restrictions or changes which may have been enacted since the time of initially posting this. Experience peace of mind with our guaranteed legal self-defense pepper spray in Texas.
In Plain English:
Texas state laws for pepper spray & self defense products
- Pepper spray for self defense is LEGAL in Texas.
- The canister must be "small" in size (...up to 4oz is fairly small).
- User must be over 18 years old.
- User cannot have any felonies on record.
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In Legal Jargon:
What the official Texas state law says
Please note: We guarantee that as long as you are over 18 and have not been convicted of a felony or assault, any pepper spray product purchased from our website is allowed to ship and process in the state of Texas. Our guarantee applies to legality at the state level. Please check with your local city or county for any additional possible restrictions.