Enforcer Nonlethal Stun Gun At B&T Police & Military Day 2015

TFB friend Lionel attended the recent B&T Police & Military Day 2015 event, and covered some of the products exhibited there. TASER competitor PhaZZer was present at the show, displaying their alternative stun gun product, the Enforcer. Lionel writes:

Enforcer gun is a non-lethal weapon having a wide range of cartridge. The first is identical to that of the cartridge Taser X 26 throwing darts. These cartridges are available with several distances of service (which can be identified with the color of the capsule). In addition the weapon can fire cartridges containing tear type of projectiles, marking, etc ..
The Enforcer gun is a gun with a camera, a laser pointer and a tactical light. Compared with the Taser X 26 camera is placed on top of the carcass allowing a better view and can not be bothered by the “weak” hand of the shooter. The battery of the weapon is easily rechargeable on the sector. The transfer of data contained by the camera is wirelessly on digital media. Laser and tactical light are controlled independently according to the request of the shooter.


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Thanks, Lionel!

Nathaniel F

Nathaniel is a history enthusiast and firearms hobbyist whose primary interest lies in military small arms technological developments beginning with the smokeless powder era. In addition to contributing to The Firearm Blog, he runs 196,800 Revolutions Per Minute, a blog devoted to modern small arms design and theory. He is also the author of the original web serial Heartblood, which is being updated and edited regularly. He can be reached via email at nathaniel.f@staff.thefirearmblog.com.


  • Cahal

    Non Lethal no. Less lethal yes.

    • MR

      Yeah, that. If it’s strong enough to be effective, it’s strong enough to kill somebody.

    • Rusty S.

      100% agree. Such devices can and do kill 100’s of people every year, and can cause burns and internal tissue damage.

      • Bill

        I don’t know where you’re getting your information, but get your money back. Deaths associated with the deployment of electronic control devices are invariably caused by excited delirium, a pre-existing medical condition that the officer could not have known about, drug use, or a fall. Start with the 2011 National Institute of Justice report “Study of Deaths Following ElectroMuscular Disruption.” Then hit up the Police Executive Research Foundation for some studies they’ve had done. That’s just two examples of meta-research; by now there are hundreds or more studies on the safety of ECDs.

    • PhaZZer Electronics

      Yes, Less-Lethal is the correct term. Our Enforcer CEW, which is used worldwide, has not caused any deaths, mainly due to our Safety Shutdown Circuit Technology and training of our users.

  • iowaclass

    Excellent option for dealing with uppity women who refuse to put out their cigarettes during traffic stops.
    (N.B.: Anyone armed with a plastic spork will still be shot with .40 cal. JHP.)

    • sliversimpson

      It’s also effective against cop-hating liberals.

      • iowaclass

        Nah. Just throw a “flash-bang” grenade into the nursery of the liberal’s infant. That’ll show ’em!

    • Bill

      Or disorderly guys who won’t follow lawful commands who would otherwise risk being injured by a baton strike, or suffer the effects of OC for a couple hours, as opposed to 8 seconds of pain with no aftereffects other than two probe marks covered by those little bandaid dots.

      • iowaclass

        That’s so early-90’s. You obviously haven’t gotten the memo. Those guys, for some reason, always make a “furtive gesture towards their waistband,” reaching for gun that isn’t there (they must have forgotten at home on the kitchen table, you know, like losing your car keys), thus requiring ventilation-by-Glock. This happens with the regularity of a metronome. And we know it’s true because Heroes Who Put Their Lives On The Line Every Day say so. Per current doctrine, the taser is best reserved for those who remain disrespectful after being handcuffed.

        • Bill

          Oh, come on, would someone at least come up with a new police-brutality stereotype? The same ones get boring; we’ve heard them a million times before.

          Irony is being assigned to assist another agency to provide security for Al Sharpton at an anti-police rally.

  • Phil Hsueh

    Is this tazer made by a foreign company or something because, what do they mean by the , “. . . camera is placed on top of the carcass. . . “? What carcass?

    camera is placed on top of the carcass
    amera is placed on top of the carcass
    amera is placed on top of the carcass

    • Nergyl

      Reminds me of the time I was reading a page about Chinese anti-tank rockets and Google Translate informed me they used “medicine warheads.”

    • Edeco

      After the perp is zapped into submission, they put the camera on his or her body.

    • PhaZZer Electronics

      Phil, we are a U.S. company based in Central Florida. I believe that the author made an odd choice in the word “carcass” but I’m sure he meant the body/frame of the Enforcer CEW.

  • Soren Franson

    Those phazzer guys just don’t understand what “patent infringement” and “cease and desist” means…

    • PhaZZer Electronics

      There has been no patent infringement, cease and desist or other litigation on our PhaZZer Enforcer CEW (or other products) to date and we have been in business since 2007. Where are you are getting this misinformation from, as we would like to clear up any confusion. Thank you.

      • Bill

        Because I can use TASER cartridges from the agency, while using your alternative loads, I’m leaning towards trying your unit out. The lower cost doesn’t hurt either, for those of us who have to buy our own gear.

      • Soren Franson

        I’m sorry. You are correct. I confused you with Carbon Arms, the other blatant TASER copy.

        So how come you’re using the same form factor as the TASER X26 rather than doing something innovative (moving the laser and light – it does have lights, right? – from beneath the cartridge to “above the carcass” doesn’t show much innovation.)

        Just saying.

  • MR

    Some of the alternative cartridges seem interesting, such as the rubber ball or pepper cartridges.

    • Bill

      It’s one of the reasons I’m digging it over the TASER.