Self Defense Products - Stun Guns, Tasers, Pepper Spray

Stun Batons

Most effective when you need to have some distance between yourself and the person you are attempting to stun. The high voltage and extended reach of the stun baton combine to provide an effective weapon and a deterrent against attack.

Electrified Batons

By maintaining your distance, you have a tactical advantage in that they will have a hard time getting close to you. The sight and sound of your firing the stun baton in the air can be intimidating enough to an attacker and they may choose to go on to an easier target.

stun baton

One thing to consider when carrying any self defense weapon is to protect the weapon from getting into the hands of your assailant. Our stun batons provide two advantages you have in preventing this from happening. The first is the wrist strap. By using the wrist strap attached to the stun baton, the baton can not just be snatched out of your hands. It would have to be removed from your wrist in order to take possession of it.

The other advantage the stun baton offers is the electrifying charge down the sides of some models. Metal strips are ran down the length of the stun baton from the tip. The metal strips are just as capable of stunning your attacker as the two probes at the tip. By having the sides charged as well, this prevents the attacker from grabbing it as you're trying to stun him.

The length of the stun baton is another factor you should consider when purchasing one. You should consider the extra reach you'll need or want and also how comfortable it'll be to carrying it. The holster will be invaluable when carrying for extended periods.

mini stun baton

Stun Gun: Read how do stun devices work?

Prevention of dog attacks is one of the most common reason people ask about when ordering a stun baton. Many are concerned that if their dog is engaged in a fight with another dog and they stun the other dog, will it also stun their dog. The answer is no. The stunning effect will not pass through one dog and into another. Stunners are designed to pump their energy into the muscle mass of the contact region only and not pass on to other regions or to another grounded source. So, your dog will not feel the effect of the stun baton if you make contact with the other dog.

These stun batons are a favorite among security guards because of their power and extended reach. Simply touch an assailant with the shock stick and press the trigger: three to five seconds will leave the assailant dazed and temporarily paralyzed. These are the best for when you need some distance between you and the aggressor.

Stun Batons give you Extended Reach!

The 9,000,000 volt rechargeable shock baton has punch! The shock travels up and down the sides to prevent someone from grabbing it. Also includes a hip holster to keep it by your side without having to hang onto it. No batteries are needed, simply plug it in to recharge.

Our newest item is the mini shocker. It has a devastating 4,500,000 volts to stop someone cold in their tracks. Only 10 1/2 inches long but packed with power.

Stun Batons

For the telescopic version, there is metal along the sides that, when touched, will also deliver a shock. This prevents an assailant from grabbing it and taking it away from you. Molded handgrip and attached wrist strap ensures a secure hold. This version is rechargeable so you don't have to worry about replacing batteries.

How do stun devices work?

Many people have asked if electrified batons are a good choice for defending against attacking dogs. The feedback we get has always been positive for defending against dogs. Here is a story of someone who now carries one after he was attacked by a dog: Avoid a Dog Attack. If you have an experience, send us an email. We'd love to hear it.

These self defense devices can not be shipped to Hawaii, New York, Massachusetts, Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Baltimore County, MD, or the city of Philadelphia, PA.

*The voltages stated are claims made by the manufacturers of the devices and do not necessarily represent actual "real life" voltages produced by the stepping up of the power source through the use of the internal transformers.