French Police use non-lethal weapon ‘Flash Ball’ for roits

SAINT-ETIENNE, FRANCE – The French Police use a non-lethal weapon called ‘Flash Ball’ in riots and other situations that don’t call for lethal force.

Flash Ball shoots tennis balls and other non-lethal projectiles created by Verney-Carron, a well known weapons manufacturing company in Saint-Etienne, France.

Eighty percent of its sale are outside of France and profits continue to grow as law enforcement trends towards non-lethal use as an alternative.

Ammunition: can shoot tennis balls, rubber balls, gas, fire suppressors.

Flash Ball Rifle: a view of the non-lethal weapon inside Verney-Carron in Saint-Etienne, France.

Flash Ball Pistol: a view of the non-lethal weapon inside Verney-Carron in Saint-Etienne, France.

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