Anatomy of a TASER Pulse

Posted by Anthony Carli on 2/13/18 12:00 AM

Before surgeons are given a license to wield a scalpel, they undergo years of education and training to understand where vital structures in the human body are located. Though the TASER Pulse is far less complex, there is still a benefit to understanding where important features are located, both inside and outside of the device, to help you build confidence in your ability to use it for self-defense. 

Study the diagram above and refer to last week's vocabulary lesson if you need a refresher on any of the components you see. 

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Next week on #TrainingTuesday: Examining the differences between law enforcement and civilian TASER devices.

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