Originally Posted by BigO01
No Mark it isn't because a Taser uses electricity which can interrupt a pacemaker and is very limited in distance .
I'm talking about emitting a sonic wave in the body that is tuned to only effect specific nerves not the organs or any medical implants .
Also without the distance limitation of a taser by putting it inside of a bullet .
I'm not a doctor or a scientist I don't know if it is possible all I am saying it would be nice if it it is .
The TASER "T-wave" can interfere with the output of a pacemaker but only while the Taser is hot. As soon as the output stops on the Taser, the pacemaker clicks along as if nothing has happened. Pacemakers are tough little devices. They are made to withstand the electrical charge of a defbrillator which puts out many, many times more amperage than a Taser.
I agree that Taser has been developing a stand-off Taser projectile. Hard to say if they will ever get it into production.