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TASER ECD's Superior Non-Lethal Self Defense Weapons

For years Taser electronic control devices (ECD's) have been used as the first line of defense for law enforcement officers across the country. Until recently, ECD technology was only available to professional police officers. Now civilians (without a felony conviction) can take advantage of this superior TASER ECD technology for non-lethal self-defense. TASER ECD's work by interfering with the brains communication with the muscles. Once fired, compressed nitrogen propels two sharp probes up to 15 feet at 135 feet per second. Upon contact, electricity is transferred from the probes to the body at the point of contact. The result is an instant loss of the attacker’s neuromuscular control and any ability to perform coordinated action. The initial shock is delivered for 7 seconds and is followed by multiple 1.8 second shocks for a total of one 30 second cycle. The continuing electricity which flows for 30 seconds disables and then controls the attacker giving the user time needed to get to safety. This cycle ensures that the nervous system of the target does not recover instantly to allow him to remove the probes. Studies continue to confirm the safety of TASER ECD's. In fact, TASER's have saved more than 75,000 lives from potential death or serious injury to date and that number continues to grow daily. A report released together by 29 law enforcement agencies cites that suspected injuries are reduced by 60% when less-lethal weapons are deployed. The same report found that 100% of Taser implementations reduce officer and subject injury. TASER offers everything law enforcement desires in a non-lethal self-defense weapon. TASER ECD’s provide the user with the ability to stop a threat quickly and effectively from a distance. All of this without any serious injury to the attacker makes TASER the self-defense choice for both police and civilians. For more information visit our C2 TASER® Information Page
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