Wait until the Cops get this:
Fired from an ordinary 12-gauge shotgun, the Taser XREP projectile delivers a wireless electric shock from over 100 feet away. The stun bullet's Neuro-Muscular Incapacitation disables targets just like wired Taser weapons.
As the 14-gram round exits the gun barrel, three fins pop out to stabilize its flight through the air at 300 feet per second. Four electrodes on the front have barbs that can penetrate clothing and skin. Once it hits, the XREP continues shocking its victim for 20 seconds, giving the police enough time to collar the unlucky target.
Field testing for this scary weapon begins this fall, but it probably won't go into widespread use until late 2008.