Will I get shocked when using stun gun?
If I use your mini stun gun zap 950 while someone is grabbing my arm will I get shocked?— Betsy T.
Dear Betsy, you asked an excellent question! Moreover, nobody has ever asked us that and the answer definitely deserves to be published in the blog. Thank you!
Your concerns about the stun gun use are well understood.
We have a good news for you:
the electricity from stun guns cannot be passed by touching the person being hit, or by the person grabbing your arm or, even, by standing in a puddle with them.
Here is why: the electric current produced by stun guns travels from one electrode of the stun gun to another. The electrodes are close to each other, spread less than an inch apart.
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So when you touch someone with the stun gun you touch them with both electrodes. The power will travel very short distance through the assailant’s body but with incapacitating effects on the whole muscle and nervous systems. The power does not “stray” away from the path between the two electrodes.
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The ZAP 950 stun gun you’ve selected is one of the most popular stun guns due to its tiny size, portability and tremendous voltage (almost a million volts!). Good choice!
Also: when you buy the ZAP 950 here we will also give you a real PS-2 bottle of pepper spray for your keychain, as a gift.
I would like to know how to prevent a keychain pepper spray from spraying me accidentally. Is there a lock or something that I can undo easily in case I need to use the spray?
all keychain pepper sprays, including Mace, that we sell do have safety locks.
The locks work just fine — no accidental discharges!
Great information you have posted here!
. Thank You!
To: Wendy L.
From: H CUTLER, retired police detective and stun gun and pepper spray instructor
The locks work fine on the OC (pepper spray) cans. However, you need to be careful. Over time, carrying the OC can in your purse can dislodge the lock so the can will spray if the button is depressed in some way. The can also needs to be protected so that it is not dented. That can cause the can to leak OC or perhaps just lose the propellant so nothing comes out of the can when you depress the button. I have seen women’s purses where those things have actually occurred.
Also, I strongly recommend that you take the can out of the key chain holder. If an attacker sees you have a can of OC he may try to take it away from you or even spray you with it! Carry the can in a pocket and hold it in your hand concealed if you become nervous about someone. Also, when a woman is attacked she puts her hands up to defend herself and DROPS HER PURSE. I have seen numerous cases of that. If your OC is in your purse
when you are attacked you probably will not get a chance to reach it in time! Always carry the can ON YOU, not in a purse. BEST WISHES and I hope nothing bad ever happens to you!
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