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The electromagnetic riffle is a weaponry designed to fire ferrous projectiles with the help of high voltage currents discharged from a capacitor bank. It is a simple riffle ...
To construct this riffle you will need a 25 cm long pvc pipe, 0.5guage magnet wire, a switch ,a rectifier (4 diodes) and lots of capacitors(higher the capacitance ...
Attach the disks as shown in the picture and wind the coil over the pvc tube between the disks as shown adding a connector may do great help. ...
Having a stand like this (made out of foam) to make the riffle nice and sturdy is essential .it gives it a look and keeps the riffle pointed ...
I have used a 500 mfd capasittor for this .I get a potential of 470 volts when my capacitors are compleatly charged. the discharge from this bank is ...
I have used a bridge rectifier to charge my capacitor bank. it has four diodes in a loop the output from this rectifier is pulsating. but it is ...
THE FINAL SET-UP LOOKS AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE now the riffle is ready to use. remember we need the discharge from the capacitors not the main source ...
the riffle can fire any ferrous projectile , it can also fire ball bearings
THOUGH THE POWER FROM IT MIGHT SOUND INSIGNIFICANT BELIVE IT OR NOT I GET SPEEDS UP TO 2M/SEC IN MY PROJECT AND IT IS CAPEABLE OF OBTAINING UP ...
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