Multishot contact/remote electroshock device with a changeable clip for 5 cartridges
GARD is a pistol-shaped electroshock weapon with CDC (charge delivery cartridge) placed in a holder with an electrode — a copper wire with a plummet and an aim-attachment device (hook) at its end.
When the trigger is pushed, a high voltage discharge initiates two CDCs, which fire the electrodes from the weapon to the target. After an electric arc is created, the target receives a high-voltage discharge of a specific shape causing paralysis or pain effect based on PDG’s (personal defensive gadget) electric exposure technology. Duration of the exposure is defined by the time the trigger is being pushed. After the trigger is depressed, used CDCs are thrown out of the weapon. One clip has 10 CDCs for 5 charges.
The weapon has two operations mode: remote and contact.
The weapon has a built-in laser designator (LTD) which indicates the point of hitting of the top sensitive element. Aiming can also be done with the front and rear sights which are located on the body of the weapon.
The LTD can be regulated in two dimensions.
The weapon has a mechanical lock of the trigger, when pushed it is used to capture the offender. The device has a built-in timer that delivers electric impulses with a special algorhythm.
(only available for special services)
The weapon’s controls are designed so that the device can be handled by both left and right hand.
The weapon GARD is easily manipulated by one hand allowing the other to hold a service firearm to take a full control over the situation.
The electronics of the weapon have built-in timer that limits total time of electrical charge of one shot.
|Do not apply the weapon on:|
The heart and head area
Elderly people, pregnant women or under age
People wearing wet clothes or staying in the water
A rechargeable LiPO battery is used to power the GARD electronics.
The weapon is equipped with a special holster to be worn.
GARD performance characteristics
| Cycles of operation at one charge|
| Effective impulse length |
| No-load/on-load voltage |
50 kV / 1300 V
| Maximum width|
| Maximum width of the grip-handle|
| Pulse repetition frequency|
| Temperature range|
-10 / +50˚С
| Average neutralization time |
| Number of charges in a clip|
| Number of cartridges in a clip|
| Fully equipped weight|
| Laser Pointer Designator|
11.1 V LiPO, 500 mAh
| Electric power |
| For a remote application GARD uses a|
CDC — Charge Delivery Cartridge, ejection type — baric.
CDC is designed to deliver electrical impulses of high voltage.
For a remote application GARD uses a CDC-1 (charge delivery cartridge).
Cartridges are placed in a special clip which ensures safe transportation of cartridges as well as convenient and fast standby when needed.
When reaching the target the wire remains tight which prevents it from overlapping and target release.
The electrodes are made of soft materials and have extended diameter to prevent kinetic injuries while hitting the target.
CDC performance characteristics
| Initial specific kinetic of CDC electrodes|
| Mininum response voltage|
10 000 V
| Minimum response |
| Attacking distance (CDC-2 bare wire)|
| Attacking distance (CDC-1 coated wire) |
| Electrode technology |