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Safety Precautions If Opponents Are In The Midst

By Barten D Bailey

After Levi had a row with a neighbor we believe is a dirty policeman, we thought it best for our family to stay clear of him to avoid hassle. A family guy just like my husband, this neighbor hasn't pursued the fight, either, therefore all of us can exist together peacefully in our street.

We all visit the same grocery store, hardware store, bowling alley and also other neighborhood joints, though. It can't be helped that Levi comes across the cop occasionally. My better half has a Stun Master curved stun gun as a safety net.

Father purchased a similar stun gun ten-odd years back. That was just how I acquired the idea. Stun weapons are non-deadly. You run and also hide while their disabling effects last for 20 to 40 minutes. Your attacker is going to be put to justice, but with no untreatable damage suffered.

How stun guns work is by dumping a rapid charge of electricity directly into the body with which it's in contact. The people receiving the electric current is going to then fail to move his muscles and also maintain his own bearings, and could fall over ultimately.

Now, my other half doesn't want to provoke this likely dirty police officer into anger. I rang father for guidance, and low voltage stun weapons were his response. These varieties shoot hundred-thousands of volts out instead of millions.

Father explained also that low amperage prevents both low and high voltage stun guns from becoming lethal weapons. One amp is lethal, but his very own stun device runs on just five to eight milliamps.

Levi bought a low voltage variation of father's weapon, a 100,000-volt curved stun gun which has a wrist strap. This is six inches long, and came equipped with a lifetime warranty. He bought one for himself, and another for me.

Dad was rather amused. His own Stun Master stun gun can fire 3.5 million volts. He was swift to say that our weapons is going to take Levi's enemy down as capably as his own. "And trust me," my daddy added, "if he ever crossed me, I'd take him down."

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