Keep Dangerous Animals At Bay With This 950,000V Hiking Stick Stun Gun

If you're on a hike and come across a predator that's determined to protect its young or its turf, you're not going to have much luck scaring it off with whistles or loud noises. You need a deterrent that's a little more convincing, like a 950,000-volt stun gun on the end of a 56-inch hiking pole that helps you keep a… » 8/07/14 2:16pm 8/07/14 2:16pm

Victor Mouse Trap Is Really an Electrocution Dungeon

Just listen to this announcer. Have you ever heard someone so happy, nay, spiritually fulfilled » 11/03/08 8:20am 11/03/08 8:20am over rodent control? We're pretty sure he was paid to do this voice over for the Victor Multi-Kill Electronic Mouse Trap, a $100 mini chamber that electrocutes 150 mice per set of batteries, but we're also pretty sure…

Thunder Stun Gun: 750,000 Volts for 13 Bucks

You know, there are certain things you just shouldn't cheap out on—headphones, condoms, HDTVs, and I'm guessing stun guns. But since it's probably » 10/24/08 7:30pm 10/24/08 7:30pm more of a risk for the guy you're zapping, why not? The Thunder Stun delivers 200,000-750,000 volts for just 13 bucks. I'm sure it'll be fine, really. What could possibly…

Taser Tape Turns Anything Into a Taser, Like Riot Shields or Underpants

Every year, Taser demos their latest and greatest in a mock prison riot at an old penitentiary in West Virginia. This year's star is peel-and-stick taser tape, that'll turn any surface into a fully electrified no-no zappy zone. On the practical side, this stuff will be rolling out by the end of the year to instantly… » 5/13/08 7:00pm 5/13/08 7:00pm

Lipstick Stun Gun Comes In One Shade: Frazzled 'Nads

Forget DIY camera stun guns: they're just a stunt. If you want real pocket protection, these charmingly disguised stun guns can deliver 350,000 volts of agony to an assailant. Will they think it looks like you're just brandishing a tube of lippy at them? Probably not an experiment to try. They have an LED flashlight… » 4/08/08 8:19am 4/08/08 8:19am

Guy Who Uses Stun Gun on Son to Toughen Him Up Jailed, Unsurprisingly

The father of an 18-month-old child is off to jail for four years after being found guilty of using a stun gun on the boy. His reason for using the 100,000-volt Dragonfire, which resulted in muscle damage to the kid's heart, was because he wanted his son to be "the toughest cage fighter ever." Yeah, the toughest… » 1/30/08 8:40am 1/30/08 8:40am

Make a "Fun" Stun Gun for Under 10 Bucks

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I found the skull-poundingly monotonous drum beat combined with a complete lack of voiceover and "oh my, you're dumb, home viewer" finger-pointing a teensy bit annoying. But! It's super easy to follow and it looks simple enough to build your own ghetto stun gun, so much so that I might whip my own up to… » 10/05/07 3:20pm 10/05/07 3:20pm

Immobilizer Cameraphone Stun Gun (Also Works as Flashlight)

While the Immobilizer's cameraphone exterior is not so functional, its 900,000-volt stun gun works just fine. Packaged with holster that is realistic enough to make you look like a douche, the feature that we most appreciate is the 12 LED flashlight, allowing you to closely inspect your victim for ID, cash, credit… » 9/14/07 11:33am 9/14/07 11:33am

Dragon Fire Rechargeable Stun Gun Puts Lighting in Your Pocket

The Dragon Fire Rechargeable Stun Gun packs a powerful punch, smacking down bad guys with 650,000 volts of electro-devastation. Small enough to conceal in the palm of your hand, they won't know what hit 'em. And, you can blind them first with its built-in LED flashlight. But wait a minute here. I've never seen a stun… » 8/02/07 12:45pm 8/02/07 12:45pm

Blast Knuckles Stun Gun Delivers a Shocking Experience, Up Close and Personal

If a Taser is a bit impersonal for you, put on these Blast Knuckles that pack a 950,000-volt punch up-side the head. The Blast Knuckles Stun Gun is a $69.95 weapon powered by lithium batteries that lets you slam dunk and smack down any miscreant who might try to help him- or herself to your stuff or junk. » 3/12/07 1:15pm 3/12/07 1:15pm

Electro-Weapon: 800,000-Volt Lightning Rod Stun Pen Flashlight

If you're looking for a flashlight that'll make you feel more secure, maybe that smoke alarm torch we touched upon earlier is not the answer. How about 800,000 volts at your fingertips? This Lightning Rod Stun Pen and LED flashlight uses a couple of 3V lithium batteries to put the hurt on those miscreants who might… » 1/29/07 10:42am 1/29/07 10:42am