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    Tasers

    Hello fellow open carriers. I am 18 years old and currently live in Michigan. I know that I am too you to get a CCW (or whatever the technical term for it is in Minnesota), but I was wondering if I could legally carry a concealed taser. I know this is an open carry forum and I do open carry a gun in Michigan but I figured someone on here would know. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by xmanhockey7 View Post
    I know that I am too you to get a CCW (or whatever the technical term for it is in Minnesota),
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    Quote Originally Posted by xmanhockey7 View Post
    Hello fellow open carriers. I am 18 years old and currently live in Michigan. I know that I am too you to get a CCW (or whatever the technical term for it is in Minnesota), but I was wondering if I could legally carry a concealed taser. I know this is an open carry forum and I do open carry a gun in Michigan but I figured someone on here would know. Thanks


    Under Minnesota law, energy-conducted weapons are called “electronic incapacitation devices” (EICs) and are regulated in the same chapter as tear gas and tear gas compounds.

    In Minnesota, a person may possess and use an EIC with reasonable force to defend him or herself or his or her property, without a permit.

    Persons under the age of 18, as well as persons who are prohibited from possessing a firearm, may not possess or use an EIC. Minnesota law also prohibits the use of an EIC against a peace officer. When used in the commission of a crime, an EIC is considered a weapon.


    See MN statutes 624.731.
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    tasers? crap, i misread the thread, and thought it was about Phasers. here's a link to a test i conducted in the kitchen just the other night. Pretty good huh? wife was a little peed about the wall though. damn shame we all cant have a goody like this huh?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSiNk0bGezY

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