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Feel Safe By Carrying A Cheetah Stun Gun

By Fred Noriender

The cheetah stun gun can stop a grown man from assaulting you in just a split second. There are several models to choose from that vary in size and power, so you can find one that you will be comfortable with. You don’t need to be afraid any longer, check out this easy to carry and safe method of self defense.

One of the cheetah stun gun models is the Little David, this model is made to be carried on your wrist. If anyone tries to pull it off your wrist there is a kill switch that will stop it from working, so it cannot be used on you. There are models small enough to fit in a pocket but powerful enough to put 1.5 million volts of electricity through an assailant.

One of the other models is the spy stun gun. It looks like a cigar case and is mainly used by people who want a little more room between them and their assailant. This cheetah stun gun has a built in flashlight and packs 950,000 volts of electricity.

The cheetah stun gun is purposely made with a sound blast feature that is so loud that it alone may scare off an attacker. I like this feature because it will draw attention to what is happening and may keep you from having to use the stun gun or being shown on one of the fights caught on tape that so many people set up now, just so they can be seen on the internet.

Most of the cheetah products have the ability to make the blast sound without even turning on the stun gun feature. I like to compare the sound to that of a pump shotgun. When someone hears the pump action of the shotgun, they do not want to get close enough for you to have to use it. It is the same with the blast sound from a stun weapon.

There is a lifetime warranty on every cheetah stun gun, so you do not have to worry about it breaking down. Only high quality components come with this type of warranty. All of the cheetah stun gun models have rechargeable batteries, just keep it on the charger when you are at home and it will be ready for you when you are leaving the house.

The are several different models of the cheetah stun gun and each one of them will drop your assailant to the ground, which gives you enough time to get away. I hope that you will never have to use a cheetah stun gun, but it gives you a feeling of safety just knowing that you can take action when necessary, so you will never feel like prey again.

Fred Noriender discusses self defence at his website, Learn more about hapkido techniques and real street fights.

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Noriender, Fred "Feel Safe By Carrying A Cheetah Stun Gun." Feel Safe By Carrying A Cheetah Stun Gun. 26 Jun. 2010. 5 Dec 2014 <>.

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