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    I assume if someone controls your hand, and makes you touch yourself w/ it, you get blasted. Would that be the case? Pushed into your own leg or something.

    Remember the prank, "why you hitting yourself?". Add voltage.

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    thats 0.0000001% of chuck norris punch power...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja View Post
    I assume if someone controls your hand, and makes you touch yourself w/ it, you get blasted. Would that be the case? Pushed into your own leg or something.

    Remember the prank, "why you hitting yourself?". Add voltage.
    ^^^^^^^^
    This

    And JNP's thoughts.

    This makes this not a valid self-defense tool. It would be great for sucker punches and muggings and stuff.

    How much do these things cost again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff View Post
    Knuckle Stun Gun Blaster 950KV Zap Knuckles




    http://www.defensedevices.com/knuckl...gun-blast.html

    Good idea? Bad idea?

    While you may hold onto it easier, it seems like a a regular tazer may give you a bit more range. What do you guys think?
    Um. How could this possibly be a bad idea?
    **** just buying one, where do I sign up to invest?

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    this would make an interesting element to competition, hell I'd sign up for it, really make you use that taisabaki lol.

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    Well, from my point of view, I'd definitely promote this thing, If I was a point contact "fighter".

    Actually, having shotokan experience, I see a lot of use in this. I'd even say maybe more than boxing/MT etc.

    One touch, one kill* can finally be real : ))
    *Metaphorically speaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necroyunus View Post
    Well, from my point of view, I'd definitely promote this thing, If I was a point contact "fighter".

    Actually, having shotokan experience, I see a lot of use in this. I'd even say maybe more than boxing/MT etc.

    One touch, one kill* can finally be real : ))
    *Metaphorically speaking.
    Stun guns don't really incapacitate with a touch. In the instructions on them, they say that could take up to 7 seconds (!) of continuous contact. I've been stun-gunned by one of the cops I train with, and a quick touch definitely gets you on your toes, but not out. But its difficult to hold it on someone continuously, because their body will instinctively jump away from it with spinal reflexes that are very fast.

    IMO, the most fool-proof way to incapacitate someone with a stun gun is to get a bodylock (from the front or rear) and use both hands to pull them close/press the stun gun into them, then fire as needed. This is actually best done with a conventionally shaped stun gun, not the knuckle kind. This seems like one of the high percentage ways of keeping many seconds of continuous contact while they may be thrashing to get away, and the underhook position should be able to neutralize any attacks that might come up. You're also in a good position where you could even put them on the ground nicely when they're out, instead of letting them fall from a standing position where they might hit their head on the ground or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    Stun guns don't really incapacitate with a touch. In the instructions on them, they say that could take up to 7 seconds (!) of continuous contact. I've been stun-gunned by one of the cops I train with, and a quick touch definitely gets you on your toes, but not out. But its difficult to hold it on someone continuously, because their body will instinctively jump away from it with spinal reflexes that are very fast.

    IMO, the most fool-proof way to incapacitate someone with a stun gun is to get a bodylock (from the front or rear) and use both hands to pull them close/press the stun gun into them, then fire as needed. This is actually best done with a conventionally shaped stun gun, not the knuckle kind. This seems like one of the high percentage ways of keeping many seconds of continuous contact while they may be thrashing to get away, and the underhook position should be able to neutralize any attacks that might come up. You're also in a good position where you could even put them on the ground nicely when they're out, instead of letting them fall from a standing position where they might hit their head on the ground or something.
    Hmmmm....Do you know if these knuckle guns can handle a punch?

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