to use your Stun Gun
the Stun Gun
that no part of your hand or body is closer to the contact
probes than the switch and safety zone plate. (About 1 1/2")
Getting closer than this to the contact probes can result
in you receiving a mild shock.
press the switch, a charge will fire across the the front
of the unit between the test probes.
continue to fire as long as you hold the switch in, and will
cease firing the the moment you release the switch and allow
it to return to it's normal position. Fire a test charge for
only a one second duration as a longer fire may damage the
probes and will deplete the battery very quickly.
test firing, you will need to discharge the unit. This is
done by touching the units probes against a piece of metal.
You will see a final spark and the unit will then be safe.
Failure to do so may result in you receiving a shock if you
inadvertently touch the probes within 5 minutes of the last
recommended that you have your stun gun out and ready when
walking thru a potential dangerous area such as a parking
lot or while walking your dog. Make a habit of it. Stun
guns are contact devices and do not shoot anything
out of it. The best points of contact would be the upper hip,
below the rib cage or the upper shoulders. This is due to
there being nerve centers at those points, however the stun
gun will work when touched at any point of the body. If touched
to an arm or leg - it will stun that limb but it may not affect
their whole body. As a rule of thumb - aim for any area on
the torso. Hold the stun gun against the assailant as long
as is necessary to incapicitate them and allow you to escape.
(1-5 seconds depending on voltage)
using you cannot suffer a charge back to your own body, even
if the assailant is holding you.
product are very easy to use and have both a safety switch
as well as trigger switch. If at anytime you have questions,
feel free to contact
also want to look at our FAQ's