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Metal Cat Keychain for Self Defense
New design, made of metal yet is lightweight and strong. Use for self defense purposes only! Not a toy, although it looks like one. This unique Cat defense keychain packs a sharp punch! The eyes of the cat become finger holes and the ears become spikes when clutched in your hand to create an excellent means of surprise-defense against an attacker. The finished stainless aluminum charm includes a stainless ring for attaching keys. Finger holes are about a 12.5 ring size.
Size 3.14 X 1.96 inch. Weight: 1.5 oz. This is about the weight of 7 quarters.
The Shiny Gold model has a more polished finish. The regular gold has a matte finish.
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Restriction: Sorry folks living in FL, CA, NY, IL or MA, we cannot ship this item to you. Consider the non-metal cat keychains below
CNN: Beginning in September, you'll be able to carry brass knuckles to defend yourself if you get into a sticky situation in the Lone Star State. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed HB 446 into law on Saturday, after it carried unanimously in both the state House of Representatives and the state Senate. The bill removes "knuckles" from a group of weapons banned in a previous law that made it illegal to possess, manufacture, transport or sell a list of things that range from improvised explosive devices to homemade guns.
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