Will a taser work against a large threat? You betcha.

Will a taser work against a large threat? You betcha.

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    Will a taser work against a large threat? You betcha.

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    Yeah, but not for very long!


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    And the women come out to cut up what remains,
    Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
    And go to your God like a soldier.

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    Long enough to shove the guy with the camera between you and the bull!
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    PETA is gonna throw a fit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by titleist View Post
    PETA is gonna throw a fit!
    They already did, this is more than a few years old. The red Taser is specifically designed for agriculture use, and delivers a different charge for large animals.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    I could tell the bull wasnt in a good mood when he got up. Pay-back is hell.

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    I'm no tree huggin', animal rights, save the spotted owls pansy, but that was just mean.......!
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    Short term effect. The only thing that protected the shooter wasn't the taser. It was the pipe fence.
    Considering yourself to be defenseless is the first administrative step to becoming a victim.

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    Learn from this, as it's a clear-cut example of how immediate the recovery is. All it takes is ignoring what one is "supposed to do" when struck by a Taser. Whaddayagot when your Tasing is done, when attempted by a single person lacking backup and cuffs? One angry and motivated attacker, with little way to stop him.

    Quote Originally Posted by David in FL View Post
    ... but that was just mean.......!
    I agree. In a sense, it should really have been in a fully-enclosed space, where the true effects of Tasing the bull could play out. Simply zapping the bull for effect is petty. Want to do a study? Show the real results ... and the real limitations against a motivated target.
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    If that Bull ever have the opportunity to be alone with that guy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch View Post
    Yeah, but not for very long!
    From live bull, to fake looking statue, to mad as hell.

    Guess it would be nice to have, because a few seconds could mean a lot. Still, did not take long for angry bull to get up once charge ended.

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    "not for human use"
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    I'm sorry, but that is just hilarious! Cow-tipping in the new age, LOL.
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    It's a good thing the bull wasn't full of PCP.
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    Holy cow! That taser literally knocked him stiff.

    Reminded me of Gene Hackman's line about training horses in Crimson Tide:

    Capt. Ramsey: ...You just stick a cattle prod up their ass and you can get a horse to deal cards.
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