Line of Duty Training Videos, Taser, 2000
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In the Line of Duty In the Line of Duty, the leading series of training videos for law enforcement, feature less-lethal weapons in their new March, 2000 video. The training video looks at an incident in Seattle where a deranged man with a sword and a history of mental illness kept Seattle Police at bay for over 11 (yes, eleven) hours. The subject withstood every less-lethal on the market. Due to his mental condition, he was able to withstand impact rounds, chemical munitions, even hypothermia induced by fire hoses and large fans. At the end of the tape, the commentators investigate the new ADVANCED TASER M26 as a potential weapon for such aggressive combative subjects. To see the section of the tape regarding the ADVANCED TASER, download a video below: ● Fast Download Version (9 Mb) To order a copy of the video tape, visit In the Line of duty at www.lineofduty.com. Or, email Line of Duty (mention you saw this video tape on the eTASER.com site and you will receive a 25% discount on the full less-lethal training video from Line of Duty. file:///U|/taser/M26/2000/Mar/Lineofduty.htm [6/9/2009 1:23:53 PM]