The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously voted Monday to vacate a Massachusetts ruling on stun guns, arguing they are protected under the Second Amendment.
Scientists are always looking for ways to invent new less lethal tools. Here’s a new tool that sounds interesting. It’s called the Pogojet
A Kentucky coroner has said blunt force trauma is the likely cause of death for a man who died when police hit him with stun guns after he became combative following a weekend rollover crash
Technology, ease-of use, and cost-effectiveness of Bushnell’s wireless, networked trail cameras keep them at the top end of the specialized market.
A teenage girl in Denmark is facing criminal charges after using illegal pepper spray in self defense against a man who was sexually assaulting her.
In what looks to be the most one-sided portrayal of how to take down violent criminals, we bring you this often entertaining Japanese net gun commercial.
California-based Covered Six, in association with Condor Elite products, promoted a revamped product and new use of a ballistic shield at SHOT Show 2016.
Ah, oleoresin capsicum, otherwise known as OC or pepper spray, can cause skin depigmentation, burning, sinus irritation and just overall make you feel miserable.
Do I think a spin off of the pepper ball guns used mainly in corrections facilities will work well against armed attackers on the street? No way
Less-than-lethal weapons have their place in self defense but the Salt gun is certainly a weapon, so all the talk about how it’s safe is disingenuous.