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What is the History of the Taser?

In the USA many law enforcement agencies use Tasers. Tasers are also used around the world. Taser delivers a 50,000 volt electric shock to the attacker that overrides his central nervous system causing uncontrollable muscle contractions and instant collapse but not a death or injury.

Taser is named for a 1911 boy's action story by author Victor Appleton. The fictitious tale is about a young crime fighter who stops criminals by incapacitating them with an electric rifle he made. The name of the boy in the story was Thomas A. Swift. The story was entitled: “Thomas A. Swift and his Electric Rifle”. The inventor of the first true electric non-lethal devise named his invention T A S E R after the initials of the story title.

The Arizona corporation Taser International manufactures and sells these non-lethal products. There are several models. Starting in 1994 the first devise was called the "Air Taser". In 1998 the "M26" came out and in 2003 the "X26."  Police report that the use of Tasers lowers injury to police and the public. Police also use Taser in addition to other non-lethal force.

Does the Taser Bolt have a rechargable Battery?

No The Boldt by Taser has a litium battery pack that will eventually need replacing and can be purchased right here.

What is the distance the Taser Bolt will reach?

The Taser Bolt can shoot a perp up to 15 feet away from you.

Does Taser's X26P offer the highest take-down power available?

Yes  the X26P series offers the highest take-down power made by Taser.

Does Taser have new technology in it's X26P weapon?

Yes The TASER X26P has innovative Shaped Pulse™ and Electro-Muscular Disruption (EMD) technologies designed to temporarily overrides the central nervous system. By doing this it limits muscular control. This Taser X26P debilitates even the most aggressive persons whether or not they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

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