Pepper guns to be added to Milwaukee police arsenal


By Bob Purvis
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

As soon as July, more than 100 officers will be carrying PepperBall guns, powered by compressed air that launches pellets filled with concentrated pepper spray powder.

The department will use the guns for six to 18 months as part of a pilot program with PepperBall Technologies Inc.

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