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Can Taser weapons really immobilize an assailant?

Taser is a single shot weapon manufactured to briefly incapacitate a subject through use of an electrical current which temporarily interferes with the body’s neuromuscular system. It uses "electro-muscular disruption (EMD)" technology. These devices utilize a powerful 50,000 volt electrical signal to completely override the central nervous system and directly control all muscles. This EMD effect causes an uncontrollable contraction of the muscle tissue, enabling the Taser device to physically debilitate a target regardless of pain tolerance or mental focus. They are specifically made to stop even the most elite, aggressive, and focused combatants. Rather than merely interfering with communication between the brain and muscles, its EMD systems directly tell the muscles what to do, leading to muscle spasms, until the target is in the fetal position on the ground. The TASER device provides for optimum safety for both the user and also the assailant by having unsafe situations quickly under control before force escalates to deadly levels. There have been many reports that TASER devices disabled assailants and most likely saved the user's life.

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