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While I believe most hunters are very safety conscience; I think I’ll not tempt fate by wearing something that makes it so easy to be mistaken for something to be shot.
Camofire — feel free to field test it and let me know the results but I think I’ll pass on this one.
This looks very interesting. I could see it in a car kit or Get Out Of Dodge bag easily. Primal Gear seems to be reasonable on the prices, about $129.
Personally I think it would be a valuable addition for any serious Zombie Apocalypse prepper; I’m tired of reading books where no one thinks of a quiet way of killing zombies. On a serious note, I could see having a bow or two like this as a part of my preps. There is enough game in the area to make it worthwhile, it wouldn’t give away a person’s location when used and folds up compact in case you have to bug out.
Many might think the answer is simple: The prongs of a taser send electricity directly into muscle fibers and cause them to contract uncontrollably. But that’s not the whole story. According to the website of TASER International, an Arizona company that provides electronic devices for use in law enforcement, a taser incapacitates a person by highjacking the reins of the central nervous system—the ultimate controller of our muscles.
The electrical weapon, according to TASER International, overrides the brain’s control of the body by speaking the same ‘language’ as nerves. It achieves this by emitting electric pulses that match those used by neurons, which transfer information between the brain and muscles. When these nerves are flooded with pulses that are similar to their natural frequency and strength, normal signals get drowned out and muscles contract uncontrollably.
Now check out the actions of the lady in the video; does it look like her muscles ‘contract uncontrollably”? Or does it appear the reins of her central nervous system where highjacked?
Not so much to me. The TASER was likely ineffective because the barbs were too close. The officer fired from near contact distance. And no, he didn’t use the ‘drive stun’ mode; the wires are clearly visible as he walks off screen.
Shot placement apparently isn’t just appropriate for firearms.
Some people may advocate less lethal means but given the problems with them (hey, I’m an Asthmatic & can you say “winter coats” ?) I think I’ll stick with something that I can practice with over and over again.