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First off, i know conrad2468 made a similar one(hint hint "similar").
His uses only 9 volts, mine uses 330v or close to it. and my whole approch to it is differnt
last but not least i must thank rwilsford07 for the charger plans.

Well here it is a small secret taser!
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Step 1: Supplies

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What you need
1. (1) 9volt battery
2. (1) disposable camera
3. (1) capacitor charger (made from camera). go to rwilsford07's coil gun instructable and its in there. there are instructions for a simpler one later on.
4. (1) AA battery and battery holder
5. (1) 9volt battery holder
6. (1) switch
7. soldering iron and solder, needle nose pliers, electrical tape,
and wire
the 9volt battery holder, AA battery holder and switch can be found at radio shack.

Step 2: Battery

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For the battery all you need to do is take out all the insides.

you do this by using your needle nose pliers to pry back the bottom and take out the bottom cap. then you push the top cap out the bottom and cut the connectors.

you can throw away the insides or use them as AAA batteries.

Step 3: The capacitor

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to get the capacitor you are going to need the disposable camera(you can get these free at wal-mart. ask for the used ones.), soldering iron, and pliers.

1. open the camera and get the chip board out.
2. discharge the capacitor by touching the two leads together with your pliers. you should see a spark on contact. after that it will be safe to touch. make sure you take the battery out.
3. you can either desolder the capacitor out or just cut it out with the pliers. cutting it out is easier.
4. if you dont want to make the smaller charger. the next step will tell you how to make one alittle simpler.
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Guys, an advanced version of above project.

Please view and like the video if you really like it. Honest comments over it are always welcomed. It would be helpful for this project and our college. Thanks for your time:-)

His is cool im favoriteing this.
hyudryu5 years ago
Wow your friend is stupid. 9VDC does nothing unless hes going to shock a slug...
It's using a camera flash capacitor stuck into a 9V battery case. The capacitor stores a very large amount of energy... ...and besides, 9V isn't even enough to injure a slug. Try ants. :D
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1.5 Volts can do a very large amount of damage-look up ultra capacitors. batteries, even though they have a very large amount of energy stored in them, cannot do much damage because they have what is called internal resistance, making it impossible to for them to transfer many amperes of power at a time. But, with the right supplies, (such as an ultra capacitor) 1.5 volts can melt metal.
Yeah I Made One In Chinese Class And Melted The Table Leg In A White Hot Flash
An Ampere is a measure of current, not power. You mean Watts.
1.5 volts does nothing to a human, it has nothing to do with the internal resistance of the source. Look at a car battery for example. 12.6 volts at full charge, the average one is capable of putting out 600 amps and staying above 10 volts while doing it, larger ones in light duty trucks and SUVs can put out over 1,000 amps. They will melt a wrench (I'm told), because the wrench has almost no resistance. It's primarily the amperage that makes the metal hot.

We humans have internal resistance too, IIRC mine was about 600,000 ohms gripping the leads as tight as I could. Using ohms law, that's .000021 amps, and trust me, you don't feel that!
Hakman hyudryu4 years ago
Slugs naturally have salt on their skin???? Wouldn't that like hurt them or something?
No, because it's incorporated into them. Table salt in large quantities placed on a slug puts the salt were the slug's body doesn't want it, in a form it doesn't like.
An AA? Brilliant. :D Lower resistance lowers heat, so it wouldn't do much.
Try Salt ^ . ^
Or if he plans on zapping his tongue.
i like zapping my tounge :(
d1ndian hyudryu3 years ago
i once accidentally shocked myself , using a ceiling fan capacitor, it was awesome. also my power source was home power outlets in india.
-max-3 years ago
its propibly a god idea to add a switch to turn it off so you can put it away and turn it back on to 'arm' it
FrozenIce -max-3 years ago
smart... he must be a cyborg!! GET HIM!!
Oh No!!! The Up Rise Has Already Started!!!
Yeah Now!!!
-max- wolf9962 years ago
wolf996 -max-2 years ago
HIT THE DIRT!!! *** Diving Into Mud***
GASSYPOOTS3 years ago
dude just hack open a lithium battery... wear goggles and gloves
dume5 years ago
soooo you put a pic on th front say 9v plr plr plrits all ways like more after the frist pic
Mr.Stein dume3 years ago
fogter085 years ago
i've kinda demolished the 9v battery to get to the inside, haha, well uh, what would i do if i just have this rubbery thing with i'm guessing AAAA batteries? i've shocked myself like 9 times with it so far
emorulz (author)  fogter085 years ago
are you talking about the insides of the 9volt battery?
wait, isnt the insides of a battery alkanine and isnt it poisonous?
 not 9 volt ones. they've got little AAA sized batteries ( they're a little smaller, but they work) inside.
there called AAAA batterys
Yeah, they're called AAAA batteries. I didn't know it at the time. now I do. :)
Only the Energizer brand batteries have AAAA batteries (REALLY small)
-max- Colonel883 years ago
ang duracell too. i know for a fact because a actualy took one apart.
23a are much smaller (i think) and have more volts
yes, you get 6 batterys that are even smaller then AAA batterys. there called AAAA (um, AA, AAA, AAAA!)
i have 4 of the camera capacitors and another huge one >:-E
emorulz (author)  The nerdling4 years ago
You should make a cap bank and then an awesome coil gun!!!!!!
TehMessiah4 years ago
... brings a new meaning to 'Put your touge on the battery' then
kagflab5 years ago make the charger you put in the leads of both the 9V connector and the AA conector into the capacitor holes. you can also add in a button (i diidnt but reccomend it) 
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