First Stun Gun was a Glove

Shaking hands with this glove could be a shocking experience! Looks like the stun guns we see today had some interesting beginnings.

“MORE punch than can be found in a box-glove is contained in a new electric glove invented by Cirilo Diaz of Cuba for use by police while handling rough characters or in quelling riots. Persons contacted by an officer wearing the glove receive a 1,500-volt shock, sufficient to remove all traces of fight. A half-pound battery worn on the belt supplies the power, all wiring being concealed beneath the coat.”

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Mr. Maigo Says:
January 27th, 2008

Did someone say taser boxing?

Joe Says:
January 27th, 2008

Looks like the police were trying to help protect themselves then as they still do today with Tasers.

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ApprenticeWizard Says:
January 28th, 2008

Call me cynical, but the picture looks a bit fishy. It looks like it came from a newspaper: can we get a citation?

A quick Google for Cirilo Diaz turns up nothing but comments on this picture, which I find a bit suspicious.

wizardPC Says:
January 30th, 2008

lol I made one of those as a sophmore in High School out of some speaker wire, paper clips, and
a flash unit out of a disposable camera. 300 volt handshake hurt like a bi@tch

Scott Says:
January 31st, 2008

Is Sean Penn using this to pick up little girls again?

Rick Says:
September 6th, 2008

If you think that’s cool you should see some of the cool modern stun guns like the Knuckle Blaster stun knuckles.

Rick Says:
September 6th, 2008

Just click on Rick or visit to check them out.

Hans Says:
May 4th, 2009

Where can I get one?

P Says:
October 25th, 2009

i made one from a camera flash, a work glove and tinfoil it was the same but mine was smaller and cheaper looking

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