Archive for September, 2013

Ruger Flashlight Stun Gun

Monday, September 30, 2013
posted by SmartStun 10:21 AM

We told you there were coming……Ruger Stun Guns!

Ruger Flashlight Stun GunWe’re now taking orders and they should begin shipping within the next couple of days.  We’re initially starting out with only the Ruger Flashlight Stun Gun as the demand for smaller sticks and lower voltage handheld units is not very high.  We’ll add those later.  For now, though, don’t delay on checking out one of the best made flashlight stun guns available.

You’re already familiar with the Ruger brand as being great quality weapons.  This model is no different.  High grade aircraft aluminum casing, 6 ultra bright LED’s, rechargeable battery…..all this gives you a reliable flashlight that pulls double duty as a great weapon of self defense.

-by E Harris

-by SmartStun Stun Guns

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Walking Cane Stun Guns

Wednesday, September 25, 2013
posted by SmartStun 5:38 PM

Whether you’re needing a cane or walking stick to walk with and want protection or you want some form of lengthy protetion against attacking dogs, the ZAP Stun Cane is very much worth considering.   They extend up to 36″ in length, good for tall people using a cane to walk with or good for reaching into an attacking dog’s body.  The deliver enough amperage and shock to stop any dog and most human attackers, too.

For dog’s though, they typically don’t even have to touch the animal.  Animal’s can generally sense the zap stun canenegative electrical charge in the air and they hear the electricity.  They know something “not nice” is happening and, 9 times out 10, will stop a full on charge just upon a test fire of the stun gun or stun cane.

They have a built in rechargeable battery and an ultra bright LED flashlight integrated into the handle for easy access.  Don’t delay in ordering, though, Christmas Season is almost upon us and, it seems that no matter how much inventory of canes we order each Fall, the manufacture is unable to keep up with demand and the cane sells out into back order status rather quickly.

Its a great weapon and protection.

-by E Harris

-by SmartStun Stun Guns


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Ruger Stun Guns

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
posted by SmartStun 3:22 PM

I just received notice that Ruger has gotten a stun gun manufacturer to make stun guns and utilize the Ruger Ruger Stun GUnsname.  Thus, Ruger Stun Guns have been born!  They are not yet available for shipping and I’m awaiting the actual dates of availability.  But, it should be merely weeks and certainly in time for the 2013 Christmas Season.  Boy, talk about wanting to get a great 2013 Christmas Gift Idea!

Give somebody a Ruger Stun Gun.  That just sounds cool!

We’ll have more info available on our site as we get more info from the manufacturer.  As always, we’ll test them out before we begin selling them.  So, you’ll know if you see them available on SmartStun, they are worth having.

-by E Harris

-by SmartStun Stun Guns

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So Many Stun Guns….Which One to Get?

Thursday, September 5, 2013
posted by SmartStun 11:15 AM

There’s no denying, there are a lot of models of stun guns available.  So, which one should you get?  I mean, which one is not going to be a piece of junk?  Which one will work and actually put somebody back away from me?

Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to the question.  But, lets first start by acknowledging that there are many pieces of junk.  Let it be said that virtually any stun gun with more than 5 million volts of electricity IS junk.

Simple electrical rule:  watts (total power) = volts x amps

So, what does this mean?  The battery can only generate so much power (watts).  So, as voltage of a stun gun increases, amperage HAS TO GO DOWN.  High voltage equals relatively Low amperage.  Basic electrical rule.  So, the super high voltage models, do not generate much amperage.

What’s amperage, you say?  Well, let me start by stating what Voltage is:  Voltage is the “push” behind the electricity.  High voltage is needed to penetrate thick clothing. But, voltage DOES NOT stop anyone.  Voltage delivers the electrical current.  And, its the electrical current, another word for amperage, that actually stops someone.  Voltage delivers amperage.  Amperage is what penetrates into the muscles, causing them to spasm, causing mental fatigue, and potentially, causing the victim to fall down or be dazed.

So, if a stun gun has high voltage, it CANNNOT generate enough amperage to cause much problem for its target.

Now, with that said, there are many lower voltage stun guns that are also crap, too.  So, let me give you a few brands that are considered by most industry experts to be good quality units:

  • Stun Master (many are good; some are not)
  • Phazzer (good)
  • ZAP by PS Products (good)
  • Omega (excellent)
  • Barracuda (Highest Amperage Available at 4.5 milliamps)
  • Runt (2.5-4.5 Million Volt models – good; newer 10 million volt models – junk)

This is not to say that these are the ONLY good stun guns, but these are the ones we’ve used and believe in.  Bottom line, stay away from super high voltage models.

-by E Harris

-by SmartStun Stun Guns



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