Ok, tasers and pepper sprays have been for a while with us. Isn't there a actual use for them in actual warfare? Soldiers are well trained in close-quarters-combat with knives. Law enforcement officers are trained in the use of batons. Despite the fact tasers require a while for knockin' out a person. The spray may cause instant disablin', but it needs to be an accurated shot. In past times, and without TV, many people around the world designed special ways to fight usin' a weapon or two. Isn't it time to develop newer techniques of self defense and combat usin' this neew weapons? I understand in the case of chemical sprays now that the Geneva Convention banned their use in actual warfare. Just imagine the mayhem that would be clouds of pepper or tear ga over enemy positions. I don't know, I haven't been hit with a taser yet. So I unknow the effect of high electrical charges in the body. But if there's a science behind the weapon, there should be another science behind the handlin'. Does anyone have any idea of an effective way to use this kind of weapons? *Note: Please stop watchin' kung-fu movies, kids.