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Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)    
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1 Pack       SKU:  266-552-001
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    Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)

    Feature:
  • Small and light weight for easy carry
  • Power by internal Ni-MH battery
  • Power off / Light / Stun mode switch
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Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)
Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)
Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)
Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)
Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)
Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old)
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Stun Gun with LED Light Toy (This Product is Not Intended for Children under 12 Years Old).
Average Review: (3.67 out of 5)  based on 12 ratings.   Total # of Reviews: 12 user reviews.  Write a review

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Cute "toy". Gave a surprisingly good jolt. Really not suitable for kids. Or for people with pacemakers. Or people with weak bladders and/or loose sphincters. Also, don't try it in the office, unless you want H.R. (and/or the police) knocking on your door/cubicle. Only problem: Died very quickly. I guess it's hard to electrocute someone with 1 Ni-MH battery.
  (0 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
Jeff G. on 10/2/2013

Ha! Funny gag with a "catch". Worked well, though the battery died quickly. Definitely not for kids. Ouch!
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Jeff on 5/6/2013

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i bought 2 of these. Left it on the counter at work just to see who would be the first to touch it. While i was out on deliveries the assistant mgr decided to be nosey HAHAHAHAHAHA good for him. I heard about it later on,that alone was worth the price. BUT my second one seems to have come with a short or half dead battery so im not pleased with the china quality of merchandise here. Ya never know what to expect.

  (1 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
Gary on 5/19/2012

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its great for fun..

  (1 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
lalani on 5/8/2012

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It was a fun gag toy for a few mins, then gave it away to a friend, who also got some kicks out of it then gave it away. The shock was actually harder than expected but still not enough to do any real damage. Recommended for those who got a few bucks to waste

  (4 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
David on 10/29/2011

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This is a "grown up" toy that's meant as a gag. When you press the button while holding onto the metal on the handle, YOU get shocked! This is a nice gag to trick those older kids who try to do things to their younger siblings/friends (there's always one in every family!). After a while, that kid gets wise and stops trying to shock people (because he,himself, is getting shocked!).

  (7 people found this comment helpful, 4 did not)
Albert Din on 6/17/2011

This thing is great! if you hold it with your fingers away from the metal on the "bottom" of the thing, you can shock your friends using button and the "front" contacts. Then give the toy to them, they grab it how you would expect to grab it (touching the metal on the bottom & hitting the button) which will shock them again.
  (8 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
Micro9mm on 6/1/2011

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I opened it up, pushed the buttons, and got shocked - only I wasn't touching the business end. Not a strong enough shock to hurt, not mild enough to be a play toy. This is a product that doesn't solve a problem; at best its a practical joke device. Not recommended.

  (2 people found this comment helpful, 27 did not)
gnomic on 5/4/2011

Well worth it a must have push one button and shocks the other person but hold it touching both buttons (the trick) and it will shock you
  (16 people found this comment helpful, 2 did not)
jack on 3/9/2011

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more fun then i expected. smaller then i expected. shocked me harder then i expected for a toy.

  (12 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
climbamtn on 2/9/2011

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