The experience submitted below demonstrates the value of always carrying non-lethal personal protection…
My high school mates who remember me being feisty would not believe what became of me after college. I grew up and calmed down. On the downside, it was as if I never knew how to stick up for myself.
Once, I found myself surrendering my money and cell phone to a mugger. He kicked me in the groin before walking away. I never wanted to feel so defenseless again. My long time buddy said to fight back with stun gun knuckles.
“Sure,” I replied, “not to forget my sharp bladed fists.” I thought he was yanking my chain until he displayed his Blast Knuckle Stun Gun in front me. It looked like brass knuckles, and it stuns for real.
The moment he wore the Blast Knuckle Stun Gun on his knuckles, it started intimidating me. His stun gun knuckles crackled like mad, and when he gave the weapon a tug, it emitted a menacing blue arc of electric shock.
This self-protection weapon, on first impressions, would have no trouble browbeating assailants. After knowing that it strikes with 950,000 volts, almost a million volts of electric shock originating from one man’s knuckles, I was sold.
Striking an opponent with stun gun knuckles, my buddy emphasized, is not fatal but can temporarily debilitate him to allow me some time to flee to safety and potentially seek assistance.
I fell victim to a second robber mere months after obtaining the Blast Knuckle Stun Gun. He harassed me, complete with aiming a handgun at my mouth, so I gestured arms-up compliance and asked permission to take my money out.
My hand grappled for the Blast Knuckle Stun Gun in my pocket, and once landing into it, I took him down. Both his upper arm and abdomen met my stun gun knuckles that he pitched forward. I raced back to my job site and requested the police.
Crime Is Real, Don’t Be a Victim!