Q: Are the Defenzia M09 and M11 weapons considered firearms?

A: YES, both weapons are classified as firearms.

Q: Is the Defenzia M09 available for consumer and civilian purchase?

A: NO, this weapon is reserved only for federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies as it is considered a NFA firearm.

Q: What is the shot capacity of the Defenzia M09?

A:  The Defenzia M09 and M11 both have four shots.

Q: Do all four shots fire on the same trigger pull?

A: NO, the weapon is semi automatic.

Q: Do the Defenzia weapons require recharging?

A: NO, the Defenzia weapons function off of their own pizo-electric generator. 

Q: Does the Defenzia M09 have a laser?

A: YES, the Defenzia M09 has an integrated green laser sight for low light aiming conditions. 

Q: Where was the Defenzia technology developed?

A: It was developed by a Russian scientist at the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Q: Does Defenzia have a U.S. based manufacturing facility?

A: We are currently in the process of building a manufacturing facility in our head quarters in Phoenix AZ.

Q: When is the Defenzia M11 scheduled for release?

A: The Defenzia M11 is scheduled for release on December 2017. 

Q: Does the Defenzia M09 come with a warranty?

A: YES, each Defenzia M09 comes with a five year product warranty.

Q: Does Defenzia offer a law enforcement training program?

A: YES, we have a train the trainer program and certifications are good for four years.

Q: What is the muzzle energy of the .55 caliber rubber bullet fired by the Defenzia M09?

A: The .55 caliber rubber bullet produces 90 Joules of muzzle energy equivalent to 68 foot pounds of force.

Q: Is the Defenzia flash bang considered a destructive device?

A: NO, according to BATFE standards the Defenzia flash bang is NOT a destructive device. 

Q: What is the velocity of the .55 caliber rubber bullet?

A: The .55 caliber rubber bullet travels at 400 feet per second. 

Q: Does the Defenzia M09 come in different pistol grip colors than orange?

A: YES, the Defenzia M09 offers different colors in the pistol grip.


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