CLOSE RANGE USE
A taser can be used at close range by activating the charge when pressed onto the attackers skin. The charge will cause excrusiating pain to the attacker until the charge is released.
LONG RANGE USE
A taser is capable of launching probes up to 15 feet away that attach to an attacker and release a charge that causes muscles to lock up. The result is involuntary muscle movement in the attacker, which allows a victim time to get to a safe place.
Legal to carry with the exception of local and state government building and open public school grounds.
Tasers are a non-lethal means of personal protection that allows an attack victim to immobilize the attacker and escape.