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This step by step instructable will show you how to make electrical tape knuckles (like brass knuckles) eneything you do with thease is not my fault.

Step 1: Things You Will Need

You will need for rings from empty scotchtape dispensers.
 Somthing the same size a roll of pennys.
Electirishans tape.
Scissors.

Step 2: Step 1

Put the rings on you fingers so you can get an idea of how they will work

Step 3: Step 2

Add tape to the top so the rings will stay in place. Then slide them off your fingers.

Step 4: Step 3

Place the penny roll underneath like so. Tape on so it will not fall off.

Step 5: Step 4

Sucure the rings on with tape threw each finger hole like so.

Step 6: Step 5

Tape each finger together so they do not slide around. tape like so

Step 7: Step 6

Add tape all around to make more sucured. Then you are done,

<br> Have you tried hitting anything with this/these?<br> <br> L<br>
Look at his hand in the photo - the most he's done is thump a cushion.<br><br>@kros5920 - use these in anger, your hand will be useless after one decent blow - the tape will split, tangling your hands, and the rings will slash the skin of every finger to the bone.<br><br>
Now now, the tape is a nice design feature. It will keep the pieces of his hand together in one place for the paramedics/surgeons. :) <br><br><br>I've seen a few broken fingers/thumbs and it's got to be one of the most horrible ways to hurt yourself. Surgery, metal pins and plates and very often you will *never* regain full mobility in the broken digits. If you like making things, <b>NOT</b> breaking your fingers should be #1 on your list of things to do.<br><br><br>The reason &quot;brass knuckles&quot; are made of brass or steel or some other strong metal is primarily to add weight, and cause more damage to the thing you're hitting, but also so that when you punch something, the knuckles don't collapse in on your fingers and break them into tiny pieces.
... and the reason they have a frame in the palm is to transfer the impact to the arm via the palm and wrist.<br>
i punch a brick wall and it didnt break my hand if thats what you mean
<br> Yes that's what I meant, thanks for the answer - they must be good.<br> <br> L<br>
I would really like to know what you think of it.

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