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Counter Assault Bear Deterrent Spray with Belt Holster - 8.1oz

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Bear bear arms.

Encountering a bear on the trail isn't exactly fun, but it can be less painful if you're prepared with the Counter Assault Bear Deterrent Spray and Belt Holster. This powerful canister of bear spray lasts for over seven seconds and covers 30 feet, so you don't have to be right in Griz's face for it to be effective, and sits snugly in the hook-and-loop belt holster for easy emergency access.

  • 30-foot spray distance
  • 7.2 second spray duration
  • Hook-and-loop belt holster
  • Item #CTA0001

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Better to have it and not need it

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is great and I have never had to use it! I would like to keep it that way! First, it is reasonably priced, but still gives me the security that I need. The holster has a belt loop and holds the trigger securely., this helps reduce the chance of accidental discharge. It has a glow in the dark tab to show you where you need to slide the safety. Also the nozzle is red so that you do not accidentally shoot it in your own face. Would recommend and will update if I ever need to discharge it :)

Necessity in the Wild

    Counter Assault makes awesome products to keep you safe in the wild and this Bear Spray is something that I always keep with me whenever I am camping or backpacking way out in the wilderness. I haven't had to use it yet (knock on wood) but if I would ever run into a situation that I would need it, it's always reassuring to know that it's going to do the trick. My friend had to use it the one day I was hiking with him and it's crazy how far it actually sprays as well as works! Overall, it is something that is easy to carry on your side or throw in your bag so why not keep it with you.

    Perfect size, easy to carry with you

      Haven't had to fend off any bears yet, but it's still reassuring to have Counter Assault at your side in the Backcountry. The 8.1oz size is light and compact. Easy to carry on your belt or in the side pocket of your pack. There's a reassuring story on the packaging as well. Apparently the man who invented counter assault also survived a grizzly attack by using it. If that's not a good enough field test for you, I don't know what is.

      Trusted Spray

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Counter Assault is one of the only bear sprays I will trust and take into bear country. They are proven to be effective and something I will never hike without. Luckily, I have not had to use it yet, although coming up on a grizzly and getting it in hand, ready to spray is quick and easy. It comes with a belt holster to have it right at your disposal, and the safety is very easy to get off.

      Feel free to reach directly out to me with any questions about the spray, or hiking in bear country!

      Never Hike Without It

        In my life I have owned 3 cans of bear spray and wouldn't go hiking in bear country without it. Paired with bear aware knowledge, you can feel secure hiking in the backcountry with counter assault.
        To use properly:
        Check the wind direction - you don't want it to spray back into your face. I have been in the vicinity of someone releasing a can and struggled to breath.
        Wait for the bear to be making moves toward you - there is no need to spray a peaceful bear. Tell it hello and hopefully it will wander away.
        If the bear is aggressive or bluff charging you, this is a great time to go ahead and spray. It is best to make a Z shaped wall in front of you starting with the top. A bear charging typically has its head close to the ground.
        My mom was attached in the 80's and was able to survive because of her bear mace. The Griz pushed her out of the way to get to her friend. After coming to her senses, Mom was able to grab her bearspray, spray the bear, and it immediately left.
        No kidding, this stuff saves lives.
        Don't leave it in your car though! It can explode in high heat and will ruin your car.

        Security

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Took this backpacking through Teton National park strapped to the front of my pack with the holster. Stayed secure, was easy to remove quickly. Makes me feel secure in bear country along with my bell and bear canister.