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Supplying "Dick & Jane" With Fox 5.3>Should I Get Them Stream Or Cone?

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by ULVER, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. ULVER

    ULVER Dixie Rebel

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    I've carried both. I see pros & cons with both, as well.

    Corrections tried another company's foam product. It sucked. No more foam. Inside a facility or on the street.

    The cone seemed to take effect quicker than the stream, but inside you were up close, and didn't have to worry about wind. The stream was pinpoint and affected less area, but aim had to be spot-on.

    Most of my buyers now, are younger gals. College students, joggers, grocery getters. Far different than the confines of a building.

    Thoughts>? :dunno:
     
  2. jnc36rcpd

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    For civilian self-defense, a cone or fog is usually preferable. I actually prefer a cone for duty use, but understand the arguments for foam/gel or stream.
     

  3. NC Bullseye

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    Cone by all means, hitting a moving target with a stream is not easy for those that don't practice. The cone works great and is not really that much bigger of a spray pattern. It's not like a "fog" spray.