Massachusetts Pepper Spray Restrictions

by Trent Warner
(Martial Art Warrior Training Hall)

Massachusetts residents can only purchase self defense pepper sprays from a licensed Firearms Dealers in the state of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Pepper Spray laws have been updated:
The law in Massachusetts remains the same except for one change. If you are over 18, you do not need a FID card (firearm license) to purchase pepper spray anymore.

However, you still need to be licensed to sell it and age needs to be verified. That means that people in Massachusetts still cannot buy pepper spray on the Internet.

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Nov 13, 2013
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Massachusetts State Law Concerning Pepper Spray
by: Anonymous

"FROM Section 131 Licenses to carry firearms; Class A and B; conditions and restrictions
(c) Either a Class A or Class B license shall be valid for the purpose of owning, possessing, purchasing and transferring non-large capacity rifles and shotguns, and for purchasing and possessing chemical mace, pepper spray or other similarly propelled liquid, gas or powder designed to temporarily incapacitate, consistent with the entitlements conferred by a firearm identification card issued under section 129B"

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