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  • Submitted by m_vandy on Oct 29, 11 at 12:38pm

    Not true. I've worked in a state correctional facility, and while it is extraordinarily rare, there are those who have what seems to be a natural born immunity, and suffer little to no effects at all.

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    Submitted by B1gBadB1lly on Oct 29, 11 at 4:01pm

    I'm in the military and in my job category we get pepper sprayed. And I have NEVER met anyone immune to it. I've heard of it tho. So yes, it is rare.

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      Submitted by LuvvyBoo on Oct 29, 11 at 11:17pm

      What branch are u in?

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        Submitted by B1gBadB1lly on Nov 7, 11 at 10:39am


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          Submitted by B1gBadB1lly on Nov 7, 11 at 10:46am

          sorry. i dodnt realize the caps were on.

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    Submitted by polacke on Oct 29, 11 at 8:24pm

    12 seconds? that's two rounds of combat. i would have attacked.

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    Submitted by Jennamatic_3000 on Oct 29, 11 at 2:04pm

    That's amazing.

  • Submitted by s8whiskey on Oct 29, 11 at 1:26pm

    M_vandy, how can you say it's rare? The vast majority have never been maced. That's like saying "it's rare that people don't vomit while in space". Relative terms can only be stretched so far

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      Submitted by irishcanuk on Oct 29, 11 at 2:03pm

      you're an idiot, the only way that works is if people who are less likely to be criminals or less likely to be maced are more likely to be immune than the people who are getting maced, you're an idiot

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        Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 30, 11 at 3:34pm

        I don't agree with how you said it, because name calling is rarely relevant, but my hubbs is I'm the army and he's been maced. All cops and mp's I know have gone through mace more people than you might think...

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          Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 30, 11 at 3:35pm

          in* not I'm, missed that predictive text "correction."

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    Submitted by CrazyRunner on Oct 31, 11 at 9:54am

    In the army, (U.S. is the one I am speaking of,) in order to be able to weld O.C.-- ie mace, you have to be sprayed by it first. Hurts, but I can see how some folks could power through, just to prove a point. Eyes would still water and nose probably still run.

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      Submitted by B1gBadB1lly on Nov 8, 11 at 12:01pm

      its like that with any branch. same goes for tasers. you gotta try it before you can use it

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    Submitted by B1gBadB1lly on Nov 7, 11 at 10:35am

    @Luvvyboo. AF. I'm security forces

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    Submitted by Mercen on Oct 29, 11 at 11:53am

    How is this possible? I was under the impression capsaicin is one of those substances you can't become accustomed to... Hm, time to Google it up I think...

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      Submitted by joyceam110 on Oct 29, 11 at 12:08pm

      Its not so much an immunity as it is a lack of feeling pain, or an ability to ignore the pain. Tear and mucus glands are all still affected as well as slight difficulty breathing in some people and involuntary closing of the eyes in most.

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      Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 29, 11 at 12:34pm

      Well....tasers rarely fail...kudos on faking out the cops. I imagine a witchy "I'm melting" and then giggling uncontrollably.

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        Submitted by GA_Peach on Oct 29, 11 at 12:36pm

        This wasn't supposed to be added to your comment, sorry my mobile app is evil.

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    Submitted by ly0ntamer on Oct 30, 11 at 3:46am

    I'm immune til I get sprayed in the eyes. It doesn't affect my breathing or give me a snotty nose.