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Ok no this is not a real tazer, i just didn't know what else to call it, its like one of those little prank toys that shock people, but more powerful  i built this in 5 minutes from stuff i had in the garage its dead simple too so if your not very experienced but want to have some fun then this is perfect.
 
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Step 1: Parts

all you need is:
2 wires
a piece of PVC (about 3 to 6 inches long depending on how many batteries you have to put in it)
a PVC cap
AA's-i used 3 (doesn't matter how many, obviously the more you put in the bigger the zap you get out)
and wall transformer (this ones from an old battery charger)
common sense (this is not optional)

Step 4: Optional

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crack open the case of the transformer  using a hack saw and/or a razor blade (extremely carefully if you use the former) and take it out, make sure its just the transformer and there's no ac-dc converter on it (if there is, just clip the wires and take it off)

Step 5: Put it together

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insert the rest of your battery's and tape the other wire to the top of the last one, then tape the transformer to the side of the PVC here's where the common sense comes in DO NOT plug it in! connect one of the wires (doesn't matter which one) to the secondary coil (the one on the side that doesn't have the wall outlet prongs) this one now becomes the primary

Step 6: Using it

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stick the prongs on your little brothers arm or just touch it yourself and touch the wire you didn't tape to the transformer to the other wire on the transformer and then disconnect it
what's a PVC ?
my wookie (author)  brockenlip123451 year ago
PVC pipe or sprinkler pipe (Polyvinyl Chloride)
steeler651 year ago
quick question, do i have to use AC votage, or could i hook a 9v battery up to it and get a lesser affect
my wookie (author)  steeler651 year ago
don't need ac, look at how it works in the last step, should explain why