1-mode 150lm LED Flashlight with Electric Shock Stun Gun

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1-mode 150lm LED Flashlight with Electric Shock Stun Gun

http://www.sunsky-online.com/view/241142/1-mode+150lm+LED+Flashlight+wit...

Ok this is just cool. I don’t have any idea how bad this product is but it’s cool.

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With that side shocky button, it should make for an entertaining pocket EDC light… J)

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texaspyro wrote:
With that side shocky button, it should make for an entertaining pocket EDC light… J)

LOL that is true. I have a couple of buddies that I should gift one of these to. They are the type that loves a good practical joke. Not sure if getting your nuts fried falls into that category, but it would be interesting to see how it turns out.

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might this be a good light for someone at the police academy?

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For the record the effect stops as soon as the current path is broken. Ignore Hollywood and the claim on the product listing; you will not “ disable the attacker temporarily for several minutes.”

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might this be a good light for someone at the police academy?

No. Generally it will either not be allowed by policy or at the minimum expose them to issues with liability when they get sued. Every law enforcement officer in America at least gets sued…repeatedly. If the department uses Tasers they’ll be issued. Those allow both a ranged effect by firing the probes along with electrodes for direct contact.
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Hi Gardner. My wife says the most effective area is the groin. With a foot connected to it. And welcome.

 

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There are often just little light bulbs in these things no way 150lm maybe 10lm