Stun guns have been around since the 1930s. A farmer who wanted to move his cattle along more quickly got the idea of an electric cattle prod. The rest as they say is history. Stun guns have come along way since then. They have a tremendous track record with military and law enforcement agencies throughout the world. There isn’t a police officer in this country that doesn’t have some kind of stun device on his utility belt. How’s that for an endorsement?
Stun devices are one of a group of products called self-defense products whose sole purpose is to disable an attacker for a short duration to enable you to get away and seek help Guns for sale discreetly UK.
They all do that in different ways. Pepper sprays, for example, are the only self-defense product that relies on pain for results. They use a derivative of cayenne pepper, which is one of the hottest peppers in the world. It is called oleoresin capsicum or OC for short. A 10 percent solution is the most common in pepper sprays.
A short spray in the phase of OC causes intense pain, tearing of the eyes so bad the eyes may close, shortness of breath, choking and coughing. Pepper sprays are the most widely used self-defense product in the world.
Stun guns on the other hand, work differently but are just as effective. They are hand-held devices with two metal prongs on one end. The prongs conduct an electrical charge that short-circuits the bodies’ muscular system. It causes the muscles to over work very rapidly. That rapid work cycle depletes body’s blood sugars levels so the assailant has no energy left.