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  • uncc2010
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    I just went to our x2 training yesterday and we are supposed to get them soon. They are an awesome device, but quite large. Hopefully we will eventually be given an alternate way to carry it.

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  • SCSU74
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    Getting ours switched out soon!

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  • dontknowwhy
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    Held one last night and its actually very light. Didn't get to play with it though.

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  • nobodyjr
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    They are still too big.

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  • HEDP
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    Originally posted by DAL View Post
    I wonder how they tested it. Seems too dangerous to use human volunteers.


    From what I heard my department has used the Xrep twice on folks and it didn't work either time. Whether that has to do with winter clothing or not I do not know.



    The concept is great though.

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  • dontknowwhy
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    Originally posted by tuleyz View Post
    So my question is what if you need to give the first cartridge a second 5 second burst? Can that be done without deploying second cartridge? what about after both are deployed? do both subjects get it again?
    Yes, and yes both get it again.

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  • tuleyz
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    So my question is what if you need to give the first cartridge a second 5 second burst? Can that be done without deploying second cartridge? what about after both are deployed? do both subjects get it again?

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  • Longhorn
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    This is cool! Too bad our class already have X26s waiting for us lol

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    Honestly, the world may have to wait until May 4th to find out. It's pretty vague as to what "Cross Connect" actually does.

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  • irish21
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    Looks pretty large, but cool.

    Does the "X" shock means that any of the 4 probes connecting can cause NMI?

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    They taped the points of contact onto a volunteer and push-button activated it. One of Sarge's instructors in the class who works for TASER had it done to him.

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  • DAL
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Slaughter View Post
    The only 'kink' is budgetary. In this time of tight purse strings, they're cost prohibitive to most departments.
    I wonder how they tested it. Seems too dangerous to use human volunteers.

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  • Sgt. Slaughter
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    The only 'kink' is budgetary. In this time of tight purse strings, they're cost prohibitive to most departments.

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  • Unistat
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    Originally posted by Resq14 View Post
    An XREP projectile that cycles in a semiauto shotty... mmm.
    Whatever happened with the XREP? Still working out the kinks?

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  • Resq14
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    An XREP projectile that cycles in a semiauto shotty... mmm.

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