TASER PULSE

TASER PULSE

AXON formerly Taser International recently released a new ECD weapon for the consumer market known as the Taser Pulse. This new weapon is said to deliver the same stopping power as the law enforcement models such as the X26 and X26P. Unlike the previously released Taser Bolt this new platform is designed similarly to a compact semiautomatic pistol in order to provide shooters with a familiar feel in use. The unit incapacitates it's target via controlled pulses for 30 seconds through electric probes that feature fish hook darts which are fired from the weapon using compressed gas, not gun powder. The built in battery provides enough life for 50 firings of the weapon. The weapon provides a 15 foot engagement distance and a one shot capacity with the same touch stun capability as all other Taser units. The Taser Pulse has a shaved ambidextrous thumb safety, integrated laser and LED flashlight by the front of the trigger guard, as well as...
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Taser M26C

Taser M26C

Taser was the brain child of Jack Cover a NASA researcher who originally began developing the weapon concept back in 1969. In it's early stages Taser was introduced as a firearm as it utilized a pyrotechnic discharge to fire it's electric darts. In the late 1990's the Taser M26 was introduced and was the second model next to the Air Taser that did not use a pyrotechnic charge but instead used compressed air to fire it's projectile dart cartridge. It was first deployed by law enforcement agencies around 1997 and was in use for approximately eight years prior to the introduction of the Taser X26. The Taser M26 has proven to be one of the most reliable and robust Tasers ever constructed, but it's size and technology may render it a dated weapon by some opinions. The Taser M26C (consumer model) is the size of a standard firearm and offers one shot to the user. The cartridges sold by Taser to consumers...
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