The Sportsmans Guide has the 2-in-1 Rechargeable Stun Gun and LED Flashlight for $50 - $5 off with coupon code SG1287 + $10 shipping = $55 shipped. Features rugged weatherproof aluminum construction, rechargeable NiCd battery, red LED "armed" indicator, 6 LED flashlight, and outputs 1,000,000 volts.

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    ontheweb Ben's cred: 53
    Posted 9:28 pm PST 12/31/10

    Please, no testing the taser on the kitty unless it is the neighbor's.

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    ffireflyy Ben's cred: 21
    Posted 10:02 pm PST 12/31/10

    is this legal?

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    Lobster Ben's cred: 43
    Posted 10:09 pm PST 12/31/10

    Finally! No more wildly swinging my stun gun in the dark!

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    pigonthewing Ben's cred: 103
    Posted 10:46 pm PST 12/31/10

    I'm just gonna start stun gunning the air like this and walking towards you. If you get hit, it's your own fault

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    mr.ed Ben's cred: 350
    Posted 3:36 am PST 01/1/11

    See you in court, bub. And on the 11 o'clock news. Your own personal hell.

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    Nivram Ben's cred: 332
    Posted 4:26 am PST 01/1/11

    Oh, gosh, Mister Mugger! Here, let me shine my flashlight on your hand, while you take my wallet.... Rolling Eyes

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 695
    Posted 4:38 am PST 01/1/11

    Better to be in court judged by 12 than be in a casket carried by 6.

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    maloo Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 5:10 am PST 01/1/11

    Stun Guns / Tasers cannot be shipped to CA; CT; Wilmington, DE; HI; Crawford county, IA; Dennison, IA; IL; Annapolis, Baltimore and Howard counties, MD; MI; NJ; NY; Philadelphia, PA; RI; WI; C; MA; Canada or Puerto Rico

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    CasperImproved Ben's cred: 211
    Posted 9:58 am PST 01/1/11

    A stunningly bright vibrator... what will they think of next?

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3855
    Posted 12:06 pm PST 01/1/11

    holding out for the stun gun/HD camcorder/youtube uploader combo.

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    darylzero Ben's cred: 14
    Posted 12:12 pm PST 01/1/11

    hold on rapist, this thing has a flashlight and I don't want to miss you...

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    jukajibajoo Ben's cred: 45
    Posted 3:21 pm PST 01/1/11

    PSA: Stun guns are not considered entirely non-lethal and are increasingly becoming recognized as only less lethal than actual guns. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to shoot someone with it, be prepared to live with the consequences of killing someone.

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    Trollsprinkler Ben's cred: 65
    Posted 5:32 pm PST 01/1/11

    #12 may be confusing a stun gun with a taser. Stun guns don't shoot. They just shock on contact. Are these as potentially lethal as a taser?

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    S_Klass Ben's cred: 152
    Posted 7:53 pm PST 01/1/11

    #13 Stunguns have the same disabling mechanism as tasers except for the lack of projectile capabilities.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3855
    Posted 1:44 am PST 01/2/11

    Yes either is potentially lethal, though it is unlikely if used as directed. There is a greater potential for the stun gun to not be used as directed because it can recharge several times and be fired while the taser will eventually run out its gas cartridge and need darts reloaded (and they're expensive).

    Using the same circuit a stun gun is more likely to deliver a higher voltage if it nearly touches bare skin because it doesn't have the impedance of the wires.

    However, it depends on the situation. Hand to hand it might be easier to touch bare skin in the winter with the stun gun than to shoot the taser darts through outer clothing till they get close enough to skin to arc the gap, and if the darts do hit skin you typically have a larger path for the current so it effects the body more, assuming you were standing a few feet away so you get some spread between the darts.

    On the other hand, odds are slim you'd find the exact same circuit in a stun gun so it is apples/oranges. When in doubt, use both. Wink

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