dealsblast knuckles 950,000 volt stun gun with holster…

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I'm sorry... but that is awesome. Or maybe I'm not sorry at all.

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I am going jogging, just so I can use this baby.

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Call of duty Zombies !!! Those knuckles are sweet

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"Well hello there, game changer"

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if you're punching someone with 'blast knuckles', I'm not sure you really need the electricity to stop an attacker...

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@tonytuba: HA! great reference. Pam Poovey is one bad MF

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If I ever have to use these, there is no way I am not saying "Behold the hands of Zeus!" as I strike the attacker.

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These are ridiculous ... ridiculously awesome!!!

Willing to bet that they are illegal in a lot of states Look to see if brass knuckles and/or stun guns are illegal before ordering.

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So... how extensive is the quality control on these? It seems like punching with electrical components attached to your hand may not be the safest design in the world D:

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@lotsofgoats: this is one of those products you shouldn't think about too much. just buy it and hope for the best

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@ndcouch: I mean I'm in NY so I'll never be able to get one of these in the first place. All I have is thinking ._.

I'm surprised at the lack of Thor references. Also, there's a clear Thunder Punch reference to be made a la Pokemon.

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This hand of mine glows with an awesome power!

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The closest thing to a Falcon Punch.

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Last words "I wonder if this thing is working?"

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"The Blast Knuckles Stun Gun has a unique patented design giving you full control of it's awesome power."

*its.

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Please note that despite what television would lead you to believe, stun guns do not just knock people out. It hurts, but they don't just fall down.

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@bigshtank: They aren't brass... They are plastic.

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@kharmakazy: Check your laws, they ban all types, especially plastic ones because they are undetectable by metal detectors.

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@bigshtank: These do not function as knuckle duster or brass knuckles. They aren't even really designed with punching in mind.

You check YOUR laws... literally any item used as a weapon is a weapon according to the law.

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As someone who has owned a pair of these for around 5 years and has had multiple occasions for use(I didn't used to live in the best area) I can say that these hold up pretty well over time. the batteries are a bit of a pain, being cr123a or something like that, but these have kept myself and my wallet safe on more than one occasion. If anyone has a specific question about these I'd be happy to answer it

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@ecp:
Have you ever found reason to use it on your own wedding parts?

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@ecp: Bull. These aren't any more effective than punching someone. The shock is mild and temporary.

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Never take a knife to a gun fight. This is even worse unless you're talking about nothing but fisticuffs. In that case, this is an advantage.

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Certainly gives "donkey punch" a whole new meaning...

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@kharmakazy along with mild pain, they also cause significant muscle spasms. also, for full effect you don't quickly punch someone, you have to hold it against them for a second or two which isn't all that hard if you apply force. On all 3 times I've had occasion to use it(against a knife once, and twice fists) the moment I made contact their focus jumped from robbing me to getting away. I'm not saying these will take someone completely out or save you in a severely mismatched fight, they will however give you a significant leg up and give people a reason to think twice.

Also I feel I should mention that anyone who has even a small amount of skill with knives would likely be better defended with a knife than with one of these. The primary advantage to these is the lack of long term damage and therefor legal liability at least in states where you are permitted to defend yourself.

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@breaddrink: not there, though I have tried it on my own leg and buttocks. Just don't sit on a wedge when using it on your butt unless you're interested in a painful faceplant.

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