Bulldog Self Defense Products - Weapons Non Lethal

 

Stun Master has been manufacturing stun guns for over 15 years
and they have proven their reliability and effectiveness time after time
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300,000 VOLT STUN MASTER STUN GUN SM-300C

$ 44.99 USD

STUN MASTER
300,000 Volts stun gun
6.5" Tall
Safety Switch
Wrist Strap
Life-Time Warranty

 

 

 

 

 

 

For over 25 years stun guns have been the choice of people looking for non-lethal self defense. Stun Master stun guns have been the choice of thousands over the last 15 years. Not many stun guns manufacturers can say that. Stun Master is one of the most trusted and reliable stun guns on the market. They come with a Life-Time Warranty.

Stun Master stun guns are simple to use and reliable. They are effective because of the low amperage shock they give. People usually think it is the high voltage of stun guns that stops an attacker. Not true. Voltage doesn't hurt anyone...it's amperage. One amp will kill someone. Our stun guns only have between 5-8 milliamps. Just enough to incapacitate an attacker without doing any permanent damage. They are Non-Lethal.

Some people have criticised stun guns because you need to touch someone for them to be effective. The reality is that most people who have a need to defend themselves find that the attacker is already within reach and usually have hands on them. That makes it very simple to press the stun gun against the attackers abdomen, neck or groin and pull the trigger releasing agression stopping pain. Just stunning them on the hand that is grabbing you will make them let go.

You shouldn't worry about being shocked should the attacker be touching you. Won't happen! The current will not pass to you.

The purpose of stun guns is to quickly stop aggressive activity and give you an opportunity to escape.

 

 

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