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The TASER M26C Electronic Control Devices (ECDs) when fired delivers an incapacitating pulse that overrides the sensory and motor functions of the nervous system. This powerful Neuro Muscular Incapacitation (NMI) technology can stop even the most aggressive individuals, including those under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.

TASER ECDs use replaceable cartridges containing inert, compressed nitrogen to fire two small probes that are attached to 15 foot (4.5 meter) insulated conductive wires. Energy is sent over the wires into the probes, which can penetrate up to two cumulative inches of clothing. The charge is transmitted between the two probes, jamming sensory and motor functions, and inhibiting muscular control. This NMI effect continues in 5-10 second cycles each time you press the trigger. The M26c and M26XC can also be used in direct contact stun mode.


The TASER M26C features:

Neuro Muscular Incapacitation
The key technology to disable even the most aggressive subjects, NMI temporarily overrides the command and control systems of the body to impair muscular control.

Shaped Pulse™ Technology
A sophisticated pulse wave that uses a high voltage leading edge to penetrate barriers, such as clothing, and then delivers a lower voltage NMI pulse across the bodys surface.

Taser Cartridge
A replaceable unit that that fires two small probes connected to 15 foot (4.5 meter) wires that transmit the NMI pulse to the target.

Laser and Illuminator Integration
User configurable settings control laser and low-intensity illumination synchronous with safety switch operation.
Anti-Felon Identification (AFID)

A system to deter misuse through enhanced accountability, AFID includes bar-coded serialization of each cartridge and disperses confetti-like ID tags upon activation.

Digital Power Magazine (DPM)
Integrated power source for the M26c with lithium battery cells and solid state memory module for tracking power consumption, power levels remaining; allows for software updates to be distributed via battery replacement.

Central Information Display (CID)
Digital display on the M26c that communicates battery percentage, duration remaining during pulse discharge, time, date, and warranty status.


TASER ECDs are the ONLY devices that can consistently incapacitate aggressive, dangerous people. They bring incredible stopping power that has been field-tested by thousands of law enforcement officers around the world. They are safer and more effective than other options, such as sprays or direct contact stuns, that require potentially dangerous chemicals or close range to an attacker and often prove to be ineffective on individuals under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. TASER ECDs allow you to take control of your personal safety.
Easy To Use

Unlike other self-defense options, a TASER ECD can be used and is effective on any area of the body. This is critically important if youre in a highly stressful, dangerous situation that requires you to quickly to defend yourself and/or your loved ones. Its as easy as point and shoot.
Legal To Carry In Most States

TASER devices are not considered firearms by the U.S. Government. They can be legally carried (concealed or open) without permit in 43 states. Use of TASER ECDs is prohibited in DC, HI, MA, MI, NJ, NY, RI, WI and certain other cities and counties. Check local laws before purchasing or carrying ECDs.
Lifetime Replacement Guarantee

Your life is worth more than the cost of a TASER ECD!

We at TASER International are 100% committed to protecting life your life. That is why we will replace your TASER ECD free of charge should you ever need to use it to defend yourself. In that event, leave your ECD behind, get to a safe place, and contact police for help. If your ECD is not recovered or is damaged, send a copy of the police report to us, and well send you a new one.

Protecting your LIFE is our PRIORITY.

*Applies only to incidents that occur in the United States.

TASER International is strongly committed to protecting life and truth so go to great lengths to encourage responsible use of our products. Each TASER cartridge is equipped with an Anti-Felon Identification (AFID) program. Tiny, serialized markers are loaded into each and every cartridge we make, and each cartridge is bar-coded to match that serial number. These serial numbers are recorded in our shipment tracking system at the time of sale. Once a cartridge is fired, the AFIDs are expelled from the cartridge and provide a mechanism for police to identify the registered owner of the device. This accountability system helps prevent misuse of our devices and protects you.

No other self-defense device in the world - guns, knives, sprays, or electronic defense units - can be traced from evidence at the scene to the registration of the user. It all comes back to registration, verification, tracking, and responsibility.

The innovative AFID program was developed and implemented at our own cost. It is not required by law; its just the right thing to do.


Is it legal to carry a TASER M26c ?

Yes. It is legal in the United States except in Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia. Additional cities, counties, and countries might have other restrictions on the use or possession of the TASER ECD device so check all applicable laws and regulations carefully. Federal law prohibits carrying or shipping TASER devices out of the U.S.

Do I have to register my M26c ?

Yes. You need to register it with TASER International and pass a felony background check, either online or by phone, prior to purchase. Some states and cities might have additional requirements so check your local laws carefully.

Are TASER electronic control devices considered firearms?

No. TASER devices are not classified as firearms by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATF) because TASER cartridges use compressed, inert nitrogen gas to launch the probes instead of gun powder.

What does it feel like to be shot with a TASER M26c ?

Different people have different reactions, but its definitely uncomfortable. Some people compare it to touching a live electrical outlet except that its not localized to the point of contact; it has more of a full body effect where muscular control is limited for the duration of the charge cycle. We describe it as muscle lock up because you are generally unable to move. The NMI effect is not about pain compliance but incapacitation in order to keep someone down and away from you. That said, it is generally mildly to moderately painful.

What does it feel like to shoot a TASERM26c?

There really is no effect because unlike with firearms, there is no recoil or kick when you shoot your M26c.

Does it cause permanent damage or injury?

Think of the NMI effect as a light switch its either completely on or completely off. During the cycle time, the sensory and motor function signals are confused, which inhibits muscular control and causes incapacitation. Once the charge cycle ends, sensory and motor functions resume normally and allow signals to be transmitted to the muscles - the NMI effect is off.

TASER ECDs are not risk-free, however, as injuries can result from falls, drug/alcohol-related complications, or other external circumstances. More detailed safety and health information concerning the use of ECDs can be found here.

Will it fire accidentally?

The M26c were designed to balance accessibility with safety. You need to be able to reach and fire quickly if necessary but also feel confident that your ECD wont be accidentally discharged. For this reason, the safety switch must be in the OFF position before it can be fired.

Is it safe to have around children?

The M26c and M26Xc are self-defense devices, and like other options, should be kept out of reach of children at all times. Both are equipped with a safety switch that must be deliberately moved to the OFF position before the device can be fired. Lastly TASER ECDs use medically tested, field-proven technology that when adopted by law enforcement agencies, has significantly reduced injury and fatality rates of suspects, police officers, and innocent citizens. TASER ECDs are designed to save lives by resolving dangerous situations without escalating to lethal means.

Can I bring a TASER M26c device with me on a plane?

No. TASER devices are not permitted in carry-on luggage for domestic U.S. flights. They can be packed in checked baggage if you are traveling to a state that allows possession, however. Federal law prohibits carrying or shipping TASER devices out of the U.S. so international flight restrictions apply.

Is the TASER M26c device the same model used by law enforcement?

Yes, both are the same body style and use the same technology as the police version. The only difference is that the consumer models have been engineered with a longer cycle time than the law enforcement models. This is so you can keep your attacker down and get yourself to safety.

Do I need special training to use it?

As with any self-defense option, its a good idea to understand how it work and how to operate it safely and effectively. Training materials are included with your ECD and cover everything you need to know about it. Other training resources might be available in your local area if you need them. Its also beneficial to practice shooting your ECD in order to get comfortable with how it feels, sounds, and aims. Extra cartridges and practice targets are available for purchase.

How old do I have to be to buy a TASER M26c?

You must be 18 years old or over in order to buy a TASER M26c.

What if I miss my target?

In the event that you shoot and miss, you can use your ECD as a direct contact stun device.
How many times can I use a TASER cartridge?

Each cartridge fires once so its a good idea to keep extra cartridges on hand.

How long does the battery last?

The Digital Power Magazine for M26c can supply about 150 applications. As with all power sources, environmental conditions, such as extreme heat or cold, can impact battery life differently. For the M26c,, battery life will vary by manufacturer and environmental conditions.

Why do I have to pass a felony background check in order to activate my ECD?

We at TASER International live and work to Protect Life. One of the ways we do live is by doing all we can to keep our life-saving devices out of the hands of criminals. We will not activate any TASER ECD without a clear felony background check. Its the right thing to do because it protects all of us.


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