Pulse Taser Review
The folks at Pew Pew Tactical give an honest review of the Taser Pulse (“Taser”). Traditionally, tasters have only been available to law enforcement. The Taser Pulse though is geared toward civilian use and is legal in most states. The Taster also has all the bells and whistles you would want.
It’s shaped like a subcompact handgun, has a 15-foot range, a safety lever that activates a light and laser combo, and also a contact stun capability. [Review] Taser Pulse: Best Civilian Less-Lethal Option? – Pew Pew Tactical
According to the review, the battery for the Taster has been quite strong for the reviewer. This obviously is a great selling point for a weapon that you likely will never use. But, if you do need it, you don’t want the battery to fail you. However, the reviewer did state that some Amazon reviewers stated that batteries were lacking.
2 years and at least 20 usages of the contact stun to show my friends…my battery is still going strong. I haven’t shot dozens of cartridges but the one I did was fine. However, it does look like a handful of reviews on Amazon had less than reliable batteries. [Review] Taser Pulse: Best Civilian Less-Lethal Option? – Pew Pew Tactical
Also, the Taser has a flashlight and laser, which is great for deterrence.
Chances are most bad things happen at night. I really like the integrated flashlight and laser underneath the main cartridge. [Review] Taser Pulse: Best Civilian Less-Lethal Option? – Pew Pew Tactical
The Taser, according to the review, could be the perfect non lethal weapon in that you don’t have to get up close as you would with stun guns or pepper spray.
If you’re looking for a less-lethal option that doesn’t require you get up close and personal like pepper spray or stun guns…try out the Taser Pulse. [Review] Taser Pulse: Best Civilian Less-Lethal Option? – Pew Pew Tactical
If you’re looking for a nonlethal weapon you owe it to yourself to at least investigate the Taser and this review is a great starting point. Read more…