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What does a Taser do to you?

A Taser is an electrical weapon that uses electrical current to disrupt voluntary muscle control, causing "neuromuscular incapacitation." When the weapon is discharged, two metal probes are fired at the target. The probes are connected to the Taser by thin wires, and they deliver a small electrical charge to the target. This charge causes the muscles to contract involuntarily, and the person hit by the Taser is unable to move. When you are hit with a Taser, it sends an electrical current through your body that causes muscle contractions. This can be extremely painful, and can make it hard to move or even stand up. Tasers are designed to deliver a high-voltage, low-current electrical shock. This shock disrupts the body's muscle and nervous system functions, causing an individual to lose control of their muscles. The individual will usually fall to the ground and will be unable to move for a short period of time.

How long do I get support?

Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind texts it is an almost unorthographic life One day however a small line

Do I need to renew my license?

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