Back by Popular Demand the TASER M26c, aka TASER M18

TASER International has brought back the civilian Taser which was modeled after the police Taser M26. They have changed the name of this citizen model from Taser M18 to Taser M26c. The reason for the name change is attributed to the change in watts and pulse rates. Here are the differences:New TASER M26c:...more

Send Your Child Safely to College

Fall is gradually getting closer and before you know it, your daughter or son will be headed back to college or going for the first time. ...more

Fiesta Puerto Rico Booth

Well we were hoping to take many pictures yesterday of the festival, but the weather did not cooperate. I managed to take a photo of our booth with Susan chowing down... and that was about it. The music and food was great, but not very many people showed up since they predicted a 70% chance of rain. And rained it did, more like pouring buckets throughout the day. ...more

Buy a Taser or a Stun Gun?

This article is to inform you, as a future self defense product purchaser, the differences between 2 products, both of which use electricity as a means of protection. Main Differences ...more

If you miss your target and you are out of cartridges, you can also use the TASER C2 as a ...more

Shopping for a Gun or Taser?

There has been an increase of firearm purchases recently in the U.S. Whether this increase is due to the government administration considering the return of restrictions on semi automatic weapons or the increase in crime, Americans are buying ammunition and firearms by the thousands. ...more

Don't take my Taser!

Many of us are traveling for Spring Break, business meetings or other planned events. Some of us will go to the airport instead of driving or taking a train to our destination. As a safety precaution we always carry a self defense product such as a Taser. Beware that your self defense product, be it a Taser, mace pepper spray or stun gun are considered hazardous materials in airports. ...more

I see that you're invested in Taser International yourself, selling them from your site. That ...more

TASER Inventor Dead at 88

John H. Cover Jr., who invented the non-lethal weapon called the TASER, passed away February 7th, 2009. John 'Jack' Cover had Alzheimer's Disease, but died from complications of pneumonia. ...more

TASER C2, M18L and X26C Features

If you plan to purchase a TASER, there are basic differences between them that you might want to take into consideration. Below is a list of features each citizen model has. Included are the C2, M18L and the X26C. These are the only models available to the general public. Persons who wish to purchase any of these models, also have to pass a simple background check. This is to prevent felons from purchasing TASERS. TASER C2 ...more

A WomenOnGuard.com customer in Texas, uses TASER on a client

A customer of WomenOnGuard.com called us on the phone today. She lives in Texas and purchased a TASER X26c from us last week. The woman wanted to let us know that she had to use her TASER against one of her clients and also wanted to thank us. ...more

Safety Gifts For The Holidays

There is nothing better than a safety gift that will protect the life of a loved one or your own. ...more