Duke Defence provides high-caliber riot and tactical gear and accessories that enhance the safety, accuracy, speed, and performance of law enforcement, military and firefighting professionals. The protection of military, law enforcement officers, and security officers, who are engaged in dangerous situations, is imperative. Combined with the other Duke non-lethal systems, it is an optimal solution to preserving life while maintaining order.
Duke Defence provides the following riot and tactical gear:
- Duke Grenade
- Riot control gear
- Gun bags
- CO2 and HPA bottle pouches
- Bulletproof vests
- Laser sights
- Tactical mountable flashlights
- Blitzer mounts
- Various CO2 and HPA bottles
For further assistance contact:
Erika Olivier | Sales
The NEW Duke Pepper Grenade has been proudly developed and patented in South Africa. Our intention from the start was to offer a non-lethal solution that conforms to international human rights standards*
Filled with our world-beating pepper powder, the units pack a serious sonic punch of approximately 110dB and a 5m pepper dispersion to each side. It also has significant hang-time of the pepper, so that it affects even the toughest assailants.
The Duke Pepper Grenade has a detonation time of approximately 4,5 seconds, which offers the thrower enough time to lob the grenade into the desired area, but not enough time for the targets to escape the pepper dispersion radius.
The Pepper Grenades are drop-safe with the safety pin and military grade pressure spring preventing any accidental detonations. We have put the grenades through a rigorous testing process to ensure total safety for the carrier, thrower, as well as the intended target.
Our grenades contain no harmful chemicals, no primers, and no thermal reactions, so there is no fire or explosive hazard, which makes it intrinsically safe. Upon detonation, there is no shrapnel released, only the pepper is dispersed.
We have an optional tripwire attachment as well, please contact our sales crew for any more information.
The grenades do not fall under the international explosives acts, so they are totally legal to use in a self-defence situation.
* The voluntary principles on security and human rights. http://www.voluntaryprinciples.org/