- n. A handheld device made by Taser International intended to immobilize another by delivering an electric shock; a stun gun.
- v. To shock an individual or animal with a handheld device with the electric shock that it delivers; to stun with a stun gun
- v. figuratively To strike verbally or gesturally with ill intents.
“Coming back at them with “A taser is too murder!” is going to make you lose the case.”
“Does this mean that a muscle-incapacitating taser is morally allowed to be more painful than a pain gun?”
“Charge Mounties in taser case, Polish watchdog says”
“Whilst the XREP looks really spiffy, it has a range which, whilst twice that of a current taser, is still only about 20m (IIRC).”
“A normal CS spray or taser is out of the question because they need a close deployment A CS grenade could be deployed from a distance, but the gunman could simply go into another room to avoid the ‘gas’.”
“The taser is not a cure-all, nor is it to something to be feared.”
“I believe we all need better protection and in my force taser is being rolled out to no armed officers which i see as a positive step.”
“Optimal target range for the taser is 7-10 feet with a maximum of 14 feet.”
“The rationale for using the taser is that it protects the cops and that it was her fault because she didn't sign the traffic ticket ... or exit the vehicle when "requested".”
“The taser is a case in point, it has gone for a substitution for lethal force to a method of immediate compliance.”
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