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

Nathaniel F
by Nathaniel F

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.

Thanks, Lionel!

Nathaniel F
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. He can be reached via email at nathaniel.f@staff.thefirearmblog.com.

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  • Soren Franson Soren Franson on Sep 15, 2015

    Those phazzer guys just don't understand what "patent infringement" and "cease and desist" means...

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    • Mazryonh Mazryonh on Sep 20, 2015

      @PhaZZer Electronics The company that was driven out of business by Taser International's litigation was Karbon Arms (formerly Stinger Systems). It was putting out similar products, though just how similar was a matter for the lawyers. You can read an article about the legal saga here:


      How is PhaZZer going to avoid the fate of those two companies, then?

  • MR MR on Sep 16, 2015

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

    • Bill Bill on Sep 16, 2015

      @MR It's one of the reasons I'm digging it over the TASER.