Friday, July 25, 2014

Many People Say Taser When They Mean Stun Gun, And There Are Differences!

Both are very powerful self defense units that women and men can use to protect themselves from attackers.
Stun guns and Tasers come in many colors, shapes and sizes.
But for some reason, many people confuse the term for 2 different weapons that offer personal protection. Below you will see why they're different and what makes them unique in their own way. The only thing that a Stun Gun and a Taser have in common is that they both use electricity to take a criminal down and that they are non-lethal. If you use either one of them against a person, you won't rot in jail, because of it!

Stun Gun Units (from $17.97)
- Non lethal, lightweight, no kickback
- Need to touch an attacker with it, even works through clothing
- Takes a person down within 2 to 5 sec. (add time w/alcohol or drugs)
- Requires recharging depending on how often used or placed on shelf
- Includes LED flashlight that temporarily blinds attacker if shined on face
- Safety button to prevent accidental stunning
- Holsters are included for most units

Taser Units (from $299.99)
- Non lethal, lightweight, no kickback
- Shoots out 2 probes that attaches to attacker up to 15 ft. away
- Takes a person down within 2 to 5 sec. (add time w/alcohol or drugs)
- Includes red Laser Sight beam for perfect aiming
- Can keep tasing for 30 seconds if placed on ground while you escape
- No kickback, can be used by women or men without straining their arm
- Stun gun backup after using probes
- Taser International replaces if stolen, w/police record of theft
- AFID (Anti-Felon Identification), program enforces accountability
- Requires new Lithium Power Magazine approximately after 50 uses
- Includes LED flashlight that temporarily blinds attacker if shined on face
- Safety cover to prevent accidental tasing
- Cartridges are required for each shot
- Holsters sold separately or included with Gold Packages

All of our Stun Guns and Tasers are excellent self defense products for women or men. The only big difference is the distance required for using them and the price.


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