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Taser Devices With Laser Sight–Easy To Use!

By Gene A Dewarf

Employing Taser devices, specifically with laser sight, is a favorite topic of discussion of my brother, who is younger than me and a forensics officer. I did not take his suggestion seriously until I came face to face with a dangerous situation.

It was after work. I was walking at a building’s parking space and then saw what seemed like an unpleasant incident involving weapons. I recognized the Taser’s appearance, and I do understand how it functions. It shoots two darts connected to a wire that disable the victim briefly.

Men wearing the same black attire and holding Taser devices with laser sight made up the first scene I saw, which automatically made me think of my brother. I stopped walking when I saw them hidden at the back of the car doors.

I immediately ducked and ran for cover with the first group of people I spotted who were dressed like office workers. While we hid behind an SUV two rows away, one explained that a lady had caught a man breaking into her car.

I remember from my brother that the Taser C2 and M-26C were some of the Taser devices with laser sight, so it might have been one of those these men carried.

I assessed the situation and noticed a guy, whom I assumed was the carjacker, pointing a gun at the woman’s chest. The guys, whom I supposed were law enforcers, were trying to seize the man without putting anybody in danger.

They chose Taser devices with laser sight to avoid harming the woman, or for that matter, people like myself who were in the wrong place at the wrong time. I witnessed two of the men shoot the guy all at once from a safe distance.

One targetted the arm holding the gun, and the other, the leg part. He dropped his weapon and fell down. The Taser’s laser sight saved that woman’s life and spared ours.

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MLA Style Citation:
Dewarf, Gene A. "Taser Devices With Laser Sight–Easy To Use!." Taser Devices With Laser Sight–Easy To Use!. 4 Jul. 2010. 30 Sep 2014 <>.

APA Style Citation:
Dewarf, G (2010, July 4). Taser Devices With Laser Sight–Easy To Use!. Retrieved September 30, 2014, from

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Dewarf, Gene A. "Taser Devices With Laser Sight–Easy To Use!"

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