You’ve seen them in the news, you’ve watched hero cops use it to stop bad guys. But what really happens when you get tasered?
There has been a lot of controversy about this weapon and we’ve even heard of a cop who actually accidentally killed someone just because he thought that a gun was a taser, but more than knowing how to use it, seeing how it really makes an impact on human skin really reveals a lot about this weapon.
Slow Mo Guys went to Arizona to capture on video what really happens when a taser hits the skin in slow motion. And we mean really slow motion at 28,000 fps!
It may seem just like a normal weapon when you see it fired, but on slow motion, it becomes a whole different weapon when pieces of “confetti” scatter as the taser is fired and aimed on a man’s back.
Just a bit of a warning: If you are easily grossed out, you may want to take a deep breath at the second half of the video. It will totally haunt your dreams!
Watch the video here:
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