Michigan would become the 45th state to allow residents to carry stun guns for self-defense if Gov. Rick Snyder signs a measure now circulating in the state's legislature. Wisconsin added its name to the list on Nov. 1.
To carry a stun gun, residents would have to go through similar training as those who apply for a concealed weapon permit, reports USA Today.
Taser International holds a 95% market share on stun guns, and two-thirds of its sales are to law enforcement or the military.