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Pepper Spray Laws
NOTE: Pepper Spray is legal in all 50 states, however a number of cities and states have restrictions on sizes, strengths, etc.. If you have a question, it is wise to check with you local city or state attorneys office. Defense sprays should only be purchased by those 18 years of age or older. This list may not be totally accurate or complete and cooljames.beep.com accepts no responsibility for its
accuracy or completeness.
Stun Gun and Taser Laws
NOTE: Restrictions on Stun Guns and Tasers varies by state, county and city. Please check all state and local laws and statutes. This list may not be accurate or complete and gotpepperspray.com accepts no responsibility for its accurateness or completeness.
You need a CCW license or recognized out of state license to legally carry stun guns in Wisconsin. However, you can have a stun gun in your home or business and even carry it in your vehicle if it's in a closed case. The catch 22 is that no one can sell to you if you don't have a CCW license.
Legal with restriction Under the CCW (Carrying Concealed Weapons) laws, the prohibition against possessing or going armed with an electric weapon does not apply to any of the following: A CCW licensee or an out-of-state licensee. An individual who goes armed with an electric weapon in his or her own dwelling or place of business or onland that he or she owns, leases, or legally occupies. Wis. Stat. 941.295(2g). The prohibition against transporting an electric weapon does not apply to any of the following: A licensee or an out-of-state licensee. An individual who is not a licensee or out-of-state licensee who transports an electric weapon if the electric weapon is enclosed within a carrying case. Wis. Stat. 941.295(2r). If you are not specifically allowed to carry an electric weapon (see
above) you are only allowed to carry an electric weapon in your own dwelling or place of business or on land that you own, lease, or legally occupy. Wis. Stat. 941.295(2g). You may also transport the
weapon if it is enclosed within a carrying case. Wis. Stat. 941.295(2r). The possession or carrying of an electric weapon in any other situations is a felony. Wis. Stat. 941.295(1m). Electric weapons
cannot be sold to persons in Wisconsin who are not law enforcement, armed forces on official duty or persons without a recognized out-of-state CCW license or a Wisconsin CCW license. Wis. Stat. 941.295(2)(d). A violation of this statute is a felony. Wis. Stat. 941.295(1m).
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