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Stun Master Stun Guns

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Question: How do stun guns, such as stun master stun guns, operate?

Answer: The basic idea of a stun gun (including stun master stun guns) is to disrupt this communication system. Stun guns generate a high-voltage, low-amperage electrical charge. In simple terms, this means that the charge has a lot of pressure behind it, but not that much intensity. When you press the stun guns against an attacker and hold the trigger, the charge passes into the attacker's body. Since it has a fairly high voltage, the charge will pass through heavy clothing and skin. But at around 3 milliamps, the charge is not intense enough to damage the attacker's body unless it is applied for extended periods of time.

It does dump a lot of confusing information into the attacker's nervous system, however. This causes a couple of things to happen:

The charge combines with the electrical signals from the attacker's brain. This is like running an outside current into a phone line: The original signal is mixed in with random noise, making it very difficult to decipher any messages. When these lines of communication go down, the attacker has a very hard time telling his muscles to move, and he may become confused and unbalanced. He is partially paralyzed, temporarily.

The current may be generated with a pulse frequency that mimics the body's own electrical signals. In this case, the current will tell the attacker's muscles to do a great deal of work in a short amount of time. But the signal doesn't direct the work toward any particular movement. The work doesn't do anything but deplete the attacker's energy reserves, leaving him too weak to move (ideally).

At its most basic, this is all there is to incapacitating a person with a stun gun--you apply electricity to a person's muscles and nerves. And since there are muscles and nerves all over the body, it doesn't particularly matter where you hit an attacker.

Stun gun effectiveness varies depending on the particular gun model, the attacker's body size and his determination. It also depends on how long you keep the gun on the attacker. If you use the gun for half a second, a painful jolt will startle the attacker. If you zap him for one or two seconds, he should experience muscle spasms and become dazed. And if you zap him for more than three seconds, he will become unbalanced and disoriented and may lose muscle control.


Question: Are stun guns safe to use?

Answer: Generally speaking using either tasers or stun guns is safe as long as you do so as instructed by the manufacturer. As with any self-defense device you need to be cautious not to leave them within the reach of a small child or anyone who might use it for other purposes. Keep in mind they are not toys.

Most of the stun gun models today have included some kind of safety feature to prevent accidental discharge of the device. Additional to this you will also find models that include other protective features like a disable pin, which is a wristband that is attached to the device by a pin which has to be connected to if in order for the stun gun to work.


Question: Are there stun master stun guns for women?

Answer: Yes, there are many stun master stun guns in the market today that are specially designed for women. These special designs don’t only refer to the color (pink stun master stun guns) but also in the ease of concealing them and actually going unnoticed by a possible attacker, like the case of a Lipstick stun gun.


Question: Is it safer to own a gun than a non-lethal personal defense weapon?

Answer: This can be answered only by yourself and honestly assessing your own personality. Assuming you have the training it requires to be able to handle a pistol or gun, and you also know how to maintain it properly, you need to stop and think about whether you would be able to pull the trigger when the moment comes. Most people hesitate and that hesitation only increases the danger of a bad outcome.

At the same time you should also be aware of the fact that carrying a handgun is not as easy as carrying a non-lethal weapon as they are usually more bulky and heavier.

The safety of each one is something you need to evaluate by examining your own circumstance and personality.


Question: How can I protect myself and ensure my personal safety on the street?

Answer: The best weapon you have against an attack is awareness; having stun master stun gun or pepper spray in your purse will make you feel safer, but if you are aware of your surroundings and take every precaution possible you can avoid an attack, and this is the best resolution to a dangerous scenario of attack, to avoid it. It’s not always easy or possible to avoid being attacked, mostly because you are not aware it might happen in the first place; here are some tips that could be useful:

 • Be aware and stay alert; don’t listen to music or play with your phone while you walk through a dangerous or desolate street.

• Lock your car. It doesn’t matter if it’ll take a minute to do run your errands, lock your car and park in a well light area.

• Check your car before opening the door and climbing in, there might be an attacker laying in wait, usually laying down and hiding in the back seat area.

• Avoid deserted streets late at night, someone could be waiting for an unsuspecting victim to walk by.

• Cut wide corners around buildings, don’t give an attacker the possibility of jumping and cornering you.

• Don’t offer your help to strangers, no matter how kind they might look. Serial killers often use a ruse to lure their victims by asking for help.

• Don’t accept help from strangers, no matter how tired you are or how charming the person offering help could be.

• Keep a wide personal distance when talking to people who aren’t in your private and trusted circle.

• Don’t open your door to anyone asking for help, not even if it’s an old woman claiming her husband had a car accident down the street. Call 911 for her and stay inside, don’t open the door!

• If you feel that someone might be following while you are walking down the street, cross to the other side, go inside a shop or restaurant, hail a cab or the bus. Don’t stop walking, don’t turn back and head for a crowded and busy street. Change your location and environment as soon as you can.

These are just some of the safety measures you can take in order to avoid an attack and having to use your stun gun or pepper spray. Awareness may save your life.