Captive bolt stun gun is described as a device used during the slaughter process to render animals unconscious prior to bleeding. The gun fires a bolt into the brain of the animal; the bolt is considered "captive" in that it is not a bullet that flies free of the device. It is also called Penetrative stunning device(s).

Ref: 122304/2006-09-19


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