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Pulse

What comes with my Taser?

The Taser Pulse comes equipt with a laser, an LED light, 2 live cartridges, 1 soft holster, a lithium power battery pack, and a target.

Are the cartridges replaceable?

When you buy a Taser, it comes with live cartridges to use for self defense. You may easily purchase replacement cartridges once you use those or buy them to have on hand should you use your taser. You may also purchase training cartridges to use for practice. These cartridges are blue and the live ones are black to prevent mixing the two.

How do the cartridges work?

Each live black cartridge contains a primer, gas capsule, probes, serialized tags, and conductive wires. The probes are what shoots out and attaches to an attacker, attached to the conductive wires down which the electrical current travels. The serialized tags are specific to each cartridge to provide proof at a crime scene what taser was used. The blue training cartridges come with the same primer, gas capsule, and probes, but the tags are not serialized and wires are not conductive. They will not cause incapacitation like the live ones and should only be used for practice and training purposes.

Can I use the cartridges with other tazers?

Both the black live replacements and blue training cartridges are compatible with the Taser Bolt, Pulse, and C2 tazer guns.

How far does the Pulse shoot?

The TASER Pulse has a 15 foot range, giving you the advantage of distance from an attacker. You want them to be at least 10 feet away from you in order for the probes to land far enough apart for the electrical current to work properly. They will be immobilized for 30 seconds giving you time to make a Safe Escape. If the attacker is close to shoot them with the probes or you shoot them while too close making the electrical current insufficent, you can touch them with your device and "stun" them, just like a regular stun gun.

What happens after I run away from the attacker?

When used for self defense, leave your tazer gun at the scene of the crime, since it is attached to the assailant, so that you may run to safety. Taser will replace your device for free. This is called the Safe Escape Product Replacement Program. 

What makes the Taser Pulse easy to use?

The pulse's small pistol shape allows for discreet concealed carry. Aim at your target with laser precision and flashlight. The flashlight will also blind a would be attacker. The pulse has a trigger just like a real gun, making it easy to shoot.

How long does the battery last?

The battery is long lasting, for about 50 firings. The device has a battery indicator light to notify you when it is running low.

Can I practice with my device?

It is always good practice to train with your Taser. You will act in a stressful situation how you practice with the device. Use the target included with your device to practice, get familiar with how it feels to fire the weapon, and the distance it fires. Practic  holstering it and drawing it from the holster. Each taser comes with a soft holster. You may also purchase a nylon holster with a strap to help keep the taser in place on your belt.

Does the Pulse come with a rechargeable battery?

The lithium power magazine is not a rechargeable battery, however, you may buy a replacement.

Do I need a license to carry a Taser?

No, in states in which tazers are legal, you aren't always required to have a license to carry a tazer.

In what states are Tasers legal?

They are completely legal in many states in which there are no restrictions.

The following info is the latest found regarding restrictions and bannings here in the US.

  • In New Mexico, Delaware, and West Virginia, you must have a license to concealed carry a Taser.
  • Background checks are required in Minnesota and Maryland.
  • Permits are required to own a taser in North Dakota, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Mississippi.
  • Background checks, CCW, and FOID are required in Illinois.
  • Tasers are only allowed as home defense in Connecticut.
  • Tasers are banned in New York, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Jersey.
  • All states not listed above are free from restrictions.

 

 

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