Last week we covered how to safely draw, fire, and escape with a TASER Pulse. Today, we will go over everything you need to know about this TASER device.
In previous Training Tuesday posts, we've covered the basics of TASER vocabulary, the functions of a TASER device, its components, and how to draw from a holster. Today, we put all those together with a drill lead by our TASER Instructor Sara.
Here at TASER, we know that not everyone is comfortable with using their device right out of the box. That's why we're excited to announce The Lighting Club, a monthly subscription program that equips you with cartridges while also coaching your practice so you can get comfortable with your device and be confident in self-defense situations.
The TASER Pulse device has a substantial battery life and is designed to last for 2 years or 50 full 30-second cycles. However, if you have armed your device and noticed the yellow or red battery indicator light, it is time to purchase a new battery. Once the new battery has arrived, reference the video below for a step-by-step demonstration!
Whether you have a TASER Pulse or TASER Bolt, proper maintenance is integral to ensuring that you're ready to protect yourself and loved ones in a real-world situation.
This week, we are ending study of cartridges and answering the most common questions about TASER Pulse and TASER Bolt cartridges.
Loading a TASER cartridge into a TASER Pulse or TASER Bolt seems simple enough, but proper technique is important to ensure safety to you and bystanders. Check out the steps below and a training video from TASER Instructor Sara Morrell.
We've covered the importance of safely carrying your device in a holster or a bag in the last few weeks, but how should you draw your TASER device from the holster should you need it? TASER Instructor Sara Morrell shows us in today's #TrainingTuesday post.
As we've learned from previous #TrainingTuesday posts, there are many advantages to carrying a TASER device in a holster, fixed to your waistband. However, this is not always feasible. Today, we explore other options for carrying your TASER device.