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More Power! Auuughhhh, Auuuughhhh, AUUUUUGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

Posted by Rob on Saturday, 20 February, 2010

In the words of the immortal Tim “the Tool Man” Taylor, “More Power! Auuughhhh, Auuuughhhh, AUUUUUGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!”

We have been working with the manufacturers and have just upgraded our some of our formidable stun gun products into even more powerful thug-whoopin’ tools. Even Tim Taylor is proud!

Our 350,000, 650,000 and our 950,000 volt Runt Stun Gun line has increased to 2.5 million, 3.5 million, and 4.5 million volts, including the now 4.5 Million volt Rechargeable Runt! Auuughhhh, Auuuughhhh, AUUUUUGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

Our 950,000 volt Pretender Cell Phone Stun Gun has beefed its way up to 4.5 million volts, and our Stun Master Multi-Function Stun Gun was already in the 2.7 million range, but we cranked up the juice to take it to the 4.5 million threshold. Auuughhhh, Auuuughhhh, AUUUUUGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

You want more power, you got it.

So, what is the difference between a small 80,000 volt Stun Gun and a whopping 4.5 million volt Stun Gun?
Whether you are packing a 80K or a 4.5M, both stun guns will render your assailant helpless using less-than-lethal voltage from the device, but you’ll have to hold the 80,000 volt model several seconds longer than the 4.5 million volt stun gun.

Also consider this, stun guns are effective on many parts of the body. But giving yourself MORE POWER,you are giving yourself the best chance to get the better of your attacker. Applying the stun gun on a body part that has greater surface area, such as their chest, abdomen, groin, kidneys, or back, will garner greater results. Zapping an area such as the arm or leg may work fine, but these areas may not grant you the same amount of surface area that you will need to maintain contact for a few seconds. Limbs are also prone to be pulled away before the stun device discharges enough juice. You want to bury the stun gun as deep and as long as possible full the full effect, much to the dismay of your attacker.

Runt Stun Gun

Be Safe, Be Prepared, More Power to You!

Auuughhhh, Auuuughhhh, AUUUUUGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

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Who Would Win a Fight, a Taser or a Stun Gun?

Posted by Rob on Monday, 11 August, 2008

VS.

How many volt stun gun should I buy?
I’ve seen them online from 80,000 volts to 2 million volts. Does the voltage really matter? What is the difference between lower and higher voltage?
Is it the amount time the attacker is disabled, or the amount of pain he will feel?
What is the advantage to buying higher voltage stun guns?
Are there any stun gun models that work better than others do?
Which is better rechargeable or standard battery powered stun guns?
What is the difference between Tasers and a traditional stun gun?
Are 80,000 volt stun guns better than 50,000 volt Tasers?

A common misconception is that the voltage of a stun gun is what stops an attacker, the higher the voltage the better. In actuality, it is not the voltage, but the amperage. From an electrical standpoint, amperage is the measurement of the amount of electrons moving in a circuit and the voltage is the measurement of how much force those electrons are under.

It is not the voltage that can harm an individual, it is the amperage. One amp is enough to kill a person, while our stun gun products typically run 5-11 milliamps. This range is enough to temporarily incapacitate someone without rendering any permanent damage.

Both Tasers and Stun Guns are low amperage devices so you are not actually electrocuted by them.

STUN GUNS

Stun Guns concentrate on an individual’s muscle group and transfers the energy stored in the device very quickly to the target and causes the muscles to do a great deal of work. Basically, the jolt from a stun gun causes muscles to twitch at a high rate of speed, which rapidly depletes the attacker’s blood sugar and causes a great amount of lactic acid to be built up in a rather short amount of time. Imagine an intense feeling of muscle failure you would get from an extremely strenuous and lengthy physical workout, then multiply it by three. The attacker is now unable to further produce energy to these muscles and their body is unable to function properly.

The tiny neurological impulses that provide direction and control to voluntary muscle movement are also impaired. An overwhelmed neuromuscular system causes an attacker to lose balance and collapse to the ground. It may be possible for an extremely determined attacker or drugged out assailant to partially overcome these effects, and contact must be maintained for several seconds to produce the desired result. Resistance to this would call for an additional period of contact to the partially dazed individual or deployment of another self defense mechanism, such as pepper spray.

Stun Guns are typically powered by one to four 9-volt batteries or two to three Lithium batteries. These batteries supply the various electrical components in the circuit with electricity, including multiple transformers, components that provide a voltage boost and reduce the amperage of the unit. As previously indicated, the actual effectiveness of a stun gun is dependent on the amperage of a particular model, the attacker’s body size, the attacker’s determination, and the amount of time you are able to hold the device to his body. The higher the voltage, the quicker the lactic acid may build up, but it is still a matter of amperage for effectiveness.

This high-voltage but low-amperage charge has what you would consider a lot of pressure, but not that much damaging power as far as intensity goes. A painful jolt will startle an attacker with a ½-second jolt. An approximately 1-2 second discharge should start to cause muscle spasms and a dazed effect on the attacker. An ideal 3-5 second zap should render the attacker disoriented and unbalanced, as well as loss of muscle control as he hits the ground.

Be advised, a stun gun is not intended to be quick ½-second tap weapon. The most effective deployment is when the stun gun is firmly pressed into a primary target such as an articulating hinge of the body (such as an armpit, shoulder socket, hip joint or abdomen) or to a secondary target of a larger muscle group such as the thigh. If you apply the stun device to an area of the body that can easily be pulled away, such as an outstretched arm, you lose your element of surprise and the effectiveness is greatly reduced.

We would suggest any of our 625,000 volt Stun Master Stun Guns to our 950,000 volt Cell Phone Stun Gun models, and any of the models in between. As far as bang for your buck goes, for under $80, these models offer quite an acceptable stopping power taking into account a good amperage and voltage ratings. We do offer much cheaper $20-40, lower powered models if cost is a concern, but realistically you want to pack some more power than a 80,000 to 300,000 volt stun gun. The most important concern would be size of the stun gun in comparison to the size of your hand, and the convenience of carrying or disguising the stun gun as a harmless cellular phone. In our opinion, while rechargeable stun guns seem more convenient, nothing beats the consistent power of a standard stun gun with regular Energizer batteries.

TASERS

Taser technology works slightly different from that of stun guns, although the term taser and stun guns are often used interchangeably. The most notable difference between the Taser and Stun Guns is the distance required to deploy. While Stun Guns are contact weapons, a taser shoots out two prongs that attach to an attacker’s clothing or skin and deliver a shocking zap from 15-30 feet away. In a pinch, C2 Tasers work as a close quarters contact stun gun also.

In contrast to the muscular attack of stun guns, TASER Devices attack the human body’s electrical system. A 50,000 volt taser would override the normal electrical activity carrying signals to your brain, affecting the signals sent to muscles to allow basic mechanical function. Basically shorting out your electrical system, individuals hit with a Taser are unable to move, tense up and just freeze in place, typically after hitting the ground.

This unique instantaneous effect is why Tasers are more effective in quickly stopping an attacker and why law enforcement typically prefer TASER Devices over traditional stun guns. Anyone can be subdues or incapacitated by a Taser, even assailants hopped up on drugs. The drawback is that the effects of a taser are recovered from much quicker, which is both good and bad, depending on the situation.

When a Taser’s probes strike an attacker, the Advanced Taser M18L must continue to fire to keep an attacker at bay. A Taser C2 has an automatic 30-second firing sequence that continues to juice an assailant so you can set the device down and run to safety while the person remains incapacitated for the duration of the cycle.

If you have ever watched the demo videos from Taser or on YouTube, you will notice a stun gunned victim recovers slowly because their muscles are extremely fatigued, while a tased and confused victim recovers much quicker as they regain control of their electrical system.

We are not talking about the videos of drunk college kids zapping each other for ½ second on the arm and laughing about it. We are talking about the fewer videos of actual stun gun demonstrations where a stun gun actually deployed properly and deliberately for the recommended period of time. It is no wonder while some people question the effectiveness of these weapons after watching some drunken kids mess around in a dorm room.

Make no mistake about it, both Tasers and Stun Guns are both reliable and effective self defense weapons.

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Stun Master 775,000 volt Stun Gun

Posted by Rob on Thursday, 5 June, 2008

Melanie loved her job. She just hated her neighborhood.

Managing one of the trendiest rockin’ nightclubs in town, she got to spend her evenings rubbing elbows with rock stars, actors, and many of the city’s elite. Her boss converted an old warehouse by the docks into a fantasy world for their guests. It kept costs down, but it also made for a pretty treacherous walk down to the parking lot at 4am.

Since she kept the place running so smoothly, Melanie’s boss really cared about her. She refused to let him pay for a car service so he gave her a Stun Master 775,000 volt Stun Gun. She remembered how he asked her to hold it by the wrist strap when walking down the block, “just in case.”

One Friday night, Melanie couldn’t wait to get home. It felt like she spent the whole night breaking up arguments and kicking drunken guys out of the club. As she marched up the block to her car, two of those guys dropped out of the shadows.

“Hey, you!” called the tall one. Melanie knew from her years of experience not to bother responding.

“You think you’re too good to serve us? You think you’re too good to talk to us?” shouted his companion.

The tall one slid right in front of Melanie, blocking her path. She clutched her car’s key fob in one hand while she dug her other hand into her satchel and wrapped it around the strap of her Stun Master Stun Gun.

“Where do you think you’re going?” asked the tall one, while the other man just snickered. He lunged for Melanie’s left hand, and she pressed the panic button on her car remote. Wailing horns pierced the silence of the back alley.

As her attacker gripped her left arm, she lunged at him with the Stun Master Stungun. Even though he held on to Melanie, she couldn’t feel any of the 775,000 volts flowing into his body. As he fell, his other hand knocked the Stun Master away from Melanie. It snapped free of the wrist strap and landed on top of him as he curled up on the ground.

The smaller attacker leaped at his buddy and grabbed the Stun Gun.

“I’ll show you!” he cried, as he pounced on Melanie. He dug the Stun Master into her abdomen and tried to activate it, not realizing that the wrist strap also serves as a disable pin – once the Stun Master left Melanie’s hands, it was useless.

Melanie didn’t get her job on looks alone, she also had some self defense training. She kicked her attacker in the shin and clocked him on the jaw as a pair of police officers raced to the scene of the struggle. She made a mental note to thank her boss for the gift – and to ask for a raise.

Protect yourself from attackers at close range with the same powerful Stun Master 775 that Melanie used. For more information go to worthprotectionsecurity.com/stunmaster775.htm

It would be nice to believe that nothing will happen to you, but the reality of it is that an ounce of protection could be worth more than a pound of cure. What is Worth Protection to you? Your belongings? Your family? Your personal well-being?

Yours in safety,

Rob

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