SABRE Tactical Stun Gun with LED Flashlight - Extremely Strong Pain-Inducing Stun Gun for Self-Defense with Wrist Strap, Belt Clip, Holster, Warranty & Free Training Video – Deliver an INTOLERABLE PAIN-INDUCING 1.139 microCoulomb charge. Volts are a LIE! Watch the myth busting video provided on the left
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- LEARN THE TRUTH-WATCH THE VIDEO ON THE LEFT! Volts DO NOT INDICATE strength! The US Natl Inst of Justice confirms CHARGE, measured in microCoulombs (µC), is the TRUE measure of strength! 0.5–1.0 µC = PAIN | 1.0+ µC = INTOLERABLE PAIN
- EXTREME STOPPING POWER! This tactical and strong pain-inducing stun gun has an impressive 1.139 µC charge (intolerable pain)—reliable protection when you need it most! Independently tested by Rassettica Testing Limited [see exam certificate on left]
- VERSATILE & IMPROVES NIGHT VISION - LED flashlight with high, low and strobe settings helps light your path to safety
- DURABLE & ACCESSIBLE - 7” x 1.4” / 17.6cm x 3.5cm; includes wrist strap, belt clip and holster
- SAFE TO CARRY & NO BATTERIES NEEDED - Safety switch prevents accidental discharge; includes rechargeable battery (cord included) and access to a free training video
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If you've ever shopped around for stun guns, you have seen plenty of extremely high voltage claims - possibly up to 300 million volts. These astronomical figures sound impressive - but the truth is, when it comes to stun guns, voltage is not the correct indicator of stun gun strength. High voltage claims are not only wildly misleading, but also physically impossible. In fact, 30,000 is the maximum voltage that could jump across stun gun contacts spaced one centimeter apart. Any larger voltage claim violates the laws of physics (Source: Physics for Scientists and Engineers. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company, 1999).
SABRE takes pride in transparency and quality assurance. So we decided to get the facts on stun gun strength, and pass our knowledge on to you, the consumer, who may one day be in serious danger and in need of a product you can trust. So, it’s up to you to take charge of your safety and get the truth about the products you entrust with your life. With SABRE, you can come to a purchasing decision that provides you with the ideal stun gun to suit your lifestyle.
The Popular - And Dangerous - Stun Gun Myth
Myth: Voltage indicates stun gun strength.
Fact: What indicates strength is microCoulombs, which measures charge (current x time).
'Delivered charge' is the best indicator of the potential electro-stimulation. It is measured in microCoulombs. (Source: National Institute of Justice).
Reliable Claims for Peace of Mind
How strong are the stun guns on the market today? We got the facts with Rassettica.
SABRE takes safety and product development extremely seriously, so we teamed up with Rassettica Testing Limited, North America's leading independent conducted energy weapon (CEW) testing company.
Rassettica helped us uncover an unfortunate truth about the stun gun industry: Consumers have been misled – and with no government standards or regulations in the stun gun market, it is all too easy for companies to take advantage of this. The most important takeaways from our testing is the voltage does not indicate stun gun strength, and is commonly overstated, providing a false sense of security while propping up a dangerous myth.
Every SABRE stun gun model has been independently tested to accurately identify its correct strength. Don’t fall for false advertising claims. Choose a proven brand that has been tested by industry experts to maximize your safety!
Stun Gun Strength Test Results
The National Institute for Justice also reports that stun guns that emit 0.5 microCoulomb or more produce pain (when used on most sober, emotionally stable people). According to the National Institute for Justice, stun guns that emit 1 microCoulomb (uC) or more produce 'unbearable pain' (when used on most sober, emotionally stable people).
At SABRE we only make product that you can reliably count on in your moment of need.
If you've ever shopped around for stun guns, you've seen plenty of extremely high voltage claims - possibly up to 100 million volts. These astronomical figures sound impressive - but the truth is, when it comes to stun guns, claims like these are not only wildly misleading, but also physically impossible. In fact, 30,000 is the maximum voltage that could jump across stun gun contacts spaced one centimeter apart (Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Regular Version). Any larger voltage claim violates the laws of physics. Unfortunately, there’s no government regulation in the stun gun industry, leaving consumers vulnerable to products that aren’t nearly as strong as they’re claimed to be.
GET THE FACTS – WATCH THE VIDEO ON THE LEFT! The fact is that Charge, measured in microCoulombs (µC), indicates stun gun strength (National Institute for Justice).
With a 1.139 µC charge, this SABRE stun gun is extremely strong, and induces ‘INTOLERABLE PAIN’ according to the National Institute for Justice. MAXIMIZE YOUR SAFETY with extreme stopping power when you need it most. You’ll also benefit from a built-in 80-lumen LED flashlight featuring high, low and strobe settings to help light your path to safety. For maximum accessibility, this stun gun features a wrist strap, belt clip and holster. This rechargeable stun gun does not require batteries, and is safe to carry thanks to its safety switch.
Top Customer Reviews
The pros are that the stun-feature is of course concealed, having the appearance of a tactical flashlight. The light is super-bright- enough to blind someone quite easily, and this also delivers a quite nasty shock with an element of surprise-- It might even be possible to get this through security checkpoints, etc. I carry this as a secondary weapon on my weak side in a cross draw position, and carry pepper spray on my strong side.
The cons are that the included belt holster is made from an inferior grade nylon that won't stand up to much- and would be quite prone to being snatched off your belt with relatively minimal force. I would recommend buying a tactical flashlight holster and throwing the factory-shipped belt holster out upon receipt. Another negative is that the switch to activate the stun feature is quite small and located on the tail cap- It would be difficult to activate in a defensive situation. Another disadvantage is that the button to activate the stun feature is on the side of the light, as opposed to being on the tail cap, and the stun button is quite easy to press. This means that it will be difficult to activate the stun feature while holding the flashlight with a tactical grip, and you can't carry it in your belt holster while it is armed (unless you want to take a risk of a nasty shock.) The worst feature about this device is that it has no anti-snatch technology, such as a removable pin, etc. Which means an assailant can potentially snatch this from you and use it on you-- which could be highly probable given the fact that the device can only be used in close-quarters hand-to-hand combat situations, unless you take advantage of being able to use it without warning to the would-be assailant.
Overall, I would only recommend this for someone with a good bit of defensive tactics and force continuum training.
The loud crackling sound upon discharging the arc is its primary function. The possible threat of serious electrocution is usually enough to discourage most aggressors. And though this product does not have the capacity to inflict real harm, it certainly appears to.
This threat, accompanied with the flashlights ability to remove the confidence through anonymity from your assailant, does give its wielder a temporary tactical advantage.
Again, stun guns are NOT designed to be used as weapons. Despite how they are advertised, or the tremendous amount of volts they can deliver, it's the milliamps that actually create a potentially dangerous or lethal shock. Stun guns do NOT administer anywhere near enough of these to even temporarily incapacitate.
If the threat of mild electrocution does not discourage your attacker, an actual shock from ANY stun gun most likely won't either. And you will need to rely on an actual weapon. One designed to deliver an incapacitating or lethal blow. So always remember to LEGALLY carry a reliable primary weapon such as a knife, blunt trauma tool, or even a firearm. Sometimes a stun gun just isn't enough.
That being said, this is still a fantastic tool that can also serve several other useful purposes. It's high amount of lumens make for great general flashlight. It's easily rechargeable. Sturdy construction. And it makes enough noise to be considered a sizable deterrent. Also great for preventing or stopping animal attacks.
I recommend this product for any who wish to deter violence before dangerously attempting to end it with more.