|By Marketwired .||
|August 18, 2014 04:30 AM EDT||
AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- Arc Angel Industries (www.ArcAngelStunGuns.com), a leading tactical stun cane, stun flashlight, stun gun and stun stick manufacturer, announced the roll out of a new patented Stun Cane designed for AARP members, senior citizens and other active adults who will find comfort in knowing that they can use Conductive Electronic Device (CED) technology to defend themselves in public and at home against a wide variety of perpetrators.
In a growing trend throughout the United States, many consumers who once struggled with idea of carrying a loaded gun, firing a weapon toward an unknown audience of unintended victims or being charged with felony crime for brandishing a weapon or firing a weapon within city limits are now buying stun guns to protect themselves.
"In today's complex world of regulations for carrying or displaying a loaded weapon, the legal repercussions of shooting and/or killing someone or risking the chance of discharging a high powered weapon that might shoot a bullet through multiple walls, places a heavy burden on people who want to protect themselves," said Glenn Willey, Arc Angels Industries' CEO.
"The cool thing about our stun gun's technology is that it only causes a temporary condition, which is non-lethal and allows citizens to escape potentially dangerous situations without pulling out a gun and shooting someone," Willey continued. "Disabling a dangerous person takes less than 5-seconds and allows potential victims to seek safety and contact police. It's a win-win situation for everyone including innocent bystanders that might be standing in harm's way."
Stun Canes are an excellent choice for active senior citizens who like to take their pets for a walk or members of neighborhood watch groups that patrol their homeowners association's streets at night. They are an excellent device for protecting pets from coyotes and can zap bad guys without fear of going to jail like George Zimmerman.
Stun Gun/Stun Cane Education Links:
- What is a Stun Gun or Stun Cane?
- How does a Stun Cane work?
- What is Conductive Energy Device (CED) technology?
- What's better? Stun Gun vs. Taser?
- Top 10 Stun Gun Features & Benefits?
Arc Angel Industries is currently signing up manufacturer representatives, distributors, value-added-resellers and authorized-dealers who want to carry Arc Angel's stun canes. Arc Angel also provides an affiliate marketing program that allows tactical gear bloggers, tactical supply websites and tactical security ecommerce sites to earn nice commission checks for selling electronic stun gun devices. Call (800) 431-0868 to talk with an Arc Angel Stun Gun Program Manager.
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