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Mini Stun Baton Taking The Self Defense Product Market By Storm

Looking for a self defense weapon that is powerfull and effective, yet small, lightweight, and dependable? Well the truth is that there are numerous products that meet the above criteria. One such product that we really love is the Stun Master Mini Stun Baton. This mini baton is relatively new to the stun gun market, but it is quickly gaining a loyal following. This little guy measures just over nine inches long and about two inches in diameter. It is small in size but this stun baton sports 4.5 million volts of stopping power at 3 - 5 milliamps. This mini stun baton takes safety seriously and has several features to keep the user out of harms way. With a stun baton or any weapon, the users worst nightmare is having their weapon taken and used against them. This mini stun baton has a safety wrist strap with pull pin that keeps the unit from being taken and used against you. If the stun baton is taken, the pin will pull out rendering the unit useless. Traditional stun guns use batteries which need to be replaced approximately ever 6 months. This can get expensive or time and it's not very user friendly. This stun gun is rechargeable which means you will never have to purchase replacement batteries. The wall outlet prongs are built right in, all you have to do is plug it into the an outlet for about 8 hours. Accidents happen, but this stun baton has 2 levels of safety built in. First, the switch has to be turned on and second, the trigger must be depressed. If both buttons are not engaged at the same time the unit will not fire. Another great feature is the integrated LED flashlight! This is a Stun Master brand which means you can count on it, but it does come with a lifetime replacement warranty. This mini stun gun works well at deterring both humans and aggressive animals. One of the most popular uses is defense against aggressive dogs. As a general rule, a one-half second contact will repel and startle an attacker, giving some pain and muscle contraction. One to two seconds will cause muscle spasms and a dazed mental state. Over three seconds will cause loss of balance and muscle control, mental confusion and disorientation. Our recommendation is to stun for as long as it takes to get yourself to safety. The electrical shock that comes from the unit is not strong enough to from the person being stunned to the person doing the stunning.
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