Taser International argues its new model is safer than the... [marketing glop referring to the X26]. [LINK]
That's equivalent to admitting that the older model (the X26) is more dangerous.
If they've changed the waveform on the new X3, then it will provide useful ammo to many victims' lawyers.
I wonder if the steep price is required to pay for liability insurance?
I guess the B.C. market (probably most of Canada too) is closed to them until they get the new model "approved" by the taser safety regulators [?].
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