STUN


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Related to STUN: stun gun, Stun grenade
AcronymDefinition
STUNSession Traversal Utilities for NAT (Network Address Translator; network protocol)
STUNScream Toward the Uprising of Non-conformity (band)
STUNSybase Tools User Network (UK)
STUNSimple Traversal of UDP (User Datagram Protocol) Through NATs (Network Address Translators; network protocol)
STUNSerial Tunneling
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Judge John Rogers QC warned that illegally possessing any firearm, even a stun gun, resulted in a prison sentence.
A US firm selling Raptors on the web claims: 'Simply touching an attacker with a stun gun for three to five seconds will deliver a high-voltage shock, causing loss of balance and muscle control, confusion and disorientation, bringing him to his knees.
There is an absolute prohibition on the importation of stun guns and their parts,' he said.
The stun gun devices have not yet been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Dennis Kaufman, president of stun belt manufacturer Stun-Tech in Cleveland, said the case was unusual in that a judge was behind the order to activate the belt.
Let us begin with a short consideration of the facts of the case: what stun belts are, how they work, and so forth.
based manufacturers of stun weaponry include Stun Tech of Cleveland, Ohio, known for its stun guns, stun shields, and especially its stun belts; Nova Products, Inc.
Davies, 30, of East Preston, near Littlehampton, planned to sell the stun guns on eBay, where he had also been selling counterfeit goods.
There is no question that a stun gun is a weapon, and can be an effective method of self-defense.
Mold Crown Court heard yesterday how the stun gun was fully functional and charged - and the charger was later seized at his home nearby in Rhyl Road, Denbigh.
Summary: CAIRO -- Trade in stun guns has risen in Cairo as the lack of security has reached high levels.