What is a taser gun
TASER gun is a less-lethal weapon. It is designed to incapacitate
a target from a safe distance without causing death or permanent injury.Any
taser should be treated as a serious weapon and should only be deployed in situations
where the alternative would be to use other force measures which carry similar
or higher degrees of risk. Therefore if you decide to buy this non lethal weapon
we, or taser will ask you for proof of age prior to the weapon being activated.
How a taser gun works and how it is different from a stun
One popular variation on the conventional stun-gun design is
the taser gun. They work the same basic way as ordinary stun guns, except the
two charge electrodes aren't permanently joined to the housing. Instead, they
are positioned at the ends of long conductive wires, attached to the gun's electrical
circuit. Pulling the trigger breaks open a compressed gas cartridge inside the
gun. The expanding gas builds pressure behind the electrodes, launching them
through the air, the attached wires trailing behind. (This is the same basic
firing mechanism as in a BB gun.)
The electrodes are affixed with small barbs so that they will
grab onto an attacker's clothing. When the electrodes are attached, the current
travels down the wires into the attacker, stunning him in the same way as a
conventional stun gun. The main advantage of this design is that you can stun
attackers from a greater distance (typically 15 to 20 feet / 4 to 6 meters).
Most Taser gun models also have ordinary stun-gun electrodes, in case the Taser
electrodes miss the target. Some Taser
guns have a built in shooter-identification system. When a police officer
fires the Taser electrodes, the gun releases dozens of confetti-sized identification
tags. These tags tell investigators which gun was fired, at what location. Some
Taser guns also have a computer system that records the time and of every shot.
Tasers are only one way to conduct current over greater distances.