Cool New Taser Accessory Tools

Here we are highlighting some of the new Taser accessory tools that we are carrying at our online store. TASER® is a registered trademark of TASER International, Inc. and after 40 years from its invention, the Taser gun is still considered the premier nonlethal self-defense weapon in the world, used by over 17,000 law enforcement agencies in the United States and in over 11 foreign countries. They are close to 100% effective and save countless lives of both law enforcement officers and the crime suspects that they are pursuing.

This is just one example of how a police officer, Cpl. Rob Pinchak of the Princess Anne Police Department, used an advanced Taser M 26 on a suspect of a domestic disturbance involving a mother and her two sons. In this story Cpl. Pinchak relates in no uncertain terms how his Taser Saved the Life of a 17-year-old boy in front of his family. He was threatening everyone with a long knife.

In our article entitled ‘Self-Defense – How Do Tasers Work?’ we explained that they are handheld devices that shoot out two electrified probes that have barbs on the end. Civilian models shoot up to 15 feet away, while the police models shoot up to as far as 30 feet away. The barbed probes are connected to low-voltage high amperage wires with 50,000 volts. That makes them different from ordinary stun guns that use high-voltage and low amperage and may explain why they are so much more effective than regular stun devices.

That article goes on to explain that you have to be able to pass a felony background check before you can activate the product.

And for real aficionados of Taser guns which would include non-law enforcement professionals such as private investigators or bounty hunters, this data download kit works for the X 26C and the M26C too. It uploads recorded data stored in the device from incidents involving firings like the time, date and temperature. It is very useful in self-defense situations for providing legal evidence.

In the article entitled ‘A Taser Is A Stun Gun But A Stun Gun Is Not Necessarily A Taser’ we go into greater detail about the differences between Tasers and ordinary stun guns. There are similarities but the differences between them are huge.

Do you own a Taser? How have you used it? Please share your experience.