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It goes without saying that nobody wants to take another human life, even if they are in the middle of self-defense. Unfortunately, there can be times when the other party may be psychologically unstable and it can mean that this is the only alternative. It would be good to hope that even the toughest criminal would have concern about the idea of taking the life of another person. As a survivor and prepper, it is important to understand that there can always be a time when you need to defend yourself, your family or protect your possessions. A lot of people will not understand that there is a difference between a taser and a stun gun. The concept is something that revolves around the amount of voltage as well as the current that is used for each device. For example, a stun gun will have between 50k and several million volts that will be applied to the pair of contacts. This can sound like a lot of voltage, however this is only instantaneous voltage. When there is contact with the skin, the voltage drops drastically to only about 2,300 volts. Even though it is drastically reduced, it can still be an effective bit of voltage that will help to get the job done. It will not be the voltage that is of concern with these weapons, but more of the applied current. A taser will work in a unique manner, where it disrupts the ability of the body to relay information to certain muscles. This can then cause the person to collapse. The stun gun ends up working to cause localized pain for the subject being touched by the probes. This is a weapon that will not cause disruption for the nervous system like you may find with a taser. Additionally, a stun gun is something that only causes pain in the area of the body where the person ends up being struck. On the other side of the spectrum, a taser will cause pain everywhere. Tasers are generally considered to be much more powerful than a regular stun gun. They can be capable of incapacitating your attacker from about 15 feet away. In order for a stun gun to be fully effective, you have to be in direct contact with the person. As you can easily see, a taser is going to offer you a protection zone between you and the actual attacker. Taser technology will not rely on pain as a deterrent but concentrates on the sensory and motor functions of the body to inhibit your attacker. Using a taser will impact the nervous system and muscular control systems to help give you a 30 second window where you can escape and go for help.

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