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Stun gun pen or Stun Pen
Stun Guns cannot be shipped out of the United States

Discontinued and replaced by the streetwise stun pen and flashlight found here

All Raptor products have been replaced by higher quality Streetwise Products.

Raptor Stun Pen with Case

Raptor 200k Volt Stun Pen with Case
Item Number: RSP

The Raptor Stun Pen measures only 5 inches long by 1 inch wide so it is small enough to slip in your shirt pocket or purse, yet it is packs 200,000 volts of stopping power. It works by disrupting the message the brain sends to the voluntary muscles. Simply touching an attacker with a stun pen for three to five seconds will deliver a high voltage shock causing loss of balance and muscle control, confusion, and disorientation bringing him to his knees and making him incapable of further aggressive activity. Full recovery takes about five to ten minutes and there is no permanent harm. Features a safety switch to prevent accidental discharge and includes a free case. Requires two 'AAA' batteries. Please note: to get 200,000 volts into a stun gun this small causes it to function a little differently than our other models. When pushing the trigger there is no visible arc (spark). To fire the unit you must hold the trigger down for a second to charge the capacitors. An orange light will come on indicating it is ready for use. If the unit is charged and you do not use it to protect yourself you must touch the prongs to a metal object in order to safely discharge it.
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How stun guns work

How Stun Guns Work
by Tom Harris

 Table of Contents:
Introduction to How Stun Guns Work
The Body's Electrical System
Disrupting the System
Standard Stun Gun
More Electrodes
Flying Tasers
Liquid Charge

Flying Tasers

One popular variation on the conventional stun-gun design is the Taser gun. Taser guns work the same basic way as ordinary stun guns, except the two charge electrodes aren't permanently joined to the housing. Instead, they are positioned at the ends of long conductive wires, attached to the gun's electrical circuit. Pulling the trigger breaks open a compressed gas cartridge inside the gun. The expanding gas builds pressure behind the electrodes, launching them through the air, the attached wires trailing behind. (This is the same basic firing mechanism as in a BB gun.)


The electrodes are affixed with small barbs so that they will grab onto an attacker's clothing. When the electrodes are attached, the current travels down the wires into the attacker, stunning him in the same way as a conventional stun gun.

The main advantage of this design is that you can stun attackers from a greater distance (typically 15 to 20 feet / 4 to 6 meters). The disadvantage is that you only get one shot -- you have to wind up and re-pack the electrode wires, as well as load a new gas cartridge, each time you fire. Most Taser models also have ordinary stun-gun electrodes, in case the Taser electrodes miss the target.

Some Taser guns have a built in shooter-identification system. When a police officer fires the Taser electrodes, the gun releases dozens of confetti-sized identification tags. These tags tell investigators which gun was fired, at what location. Some Taser guns also have a computer system that records the time and of every shot.

Tasers are only one way to conduct current over greater distances. In the next section, we'll look a relatively new long-range stun weapon that doesn't use any wires at all.


Stun Abuse

The companies that make stun guns specify that the weapons should be used conservatively, only for self-defense or incapacitating an unruly person. Unfortunately, stun guns are commonly used as torture devices in many parts of the world.

Amnesty International reports that a number of governments routinely use stun weapons to extract confessions from political prisoners. These officials know that electrical torture leaves less evidence than many other methods. The shock from a stun weapon is extremely painful, but it doesn't leave an obvious wound. So, while stun guns might be relatively safe weapons when used correctly, they can be quite dangerous in the wrong hands.



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