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Really good mate. When the arrow hits it pushes a rag out though but no big deal. Woolworths saves the day ??
this will take out a neighbors cctv :) and other various things!
I need video help
I tried my best but I really don't know electronic parts is this right
For my other comment
He meant to say that you need a tick coil made out of thin wire. I just found two perfect coils for this purpose. One in the timer of an tumble dryer and one in the oscillator motor of a tower fan. They are smaller but should work as well.
there is one part i do not get, at the part where you needed materials it said the thinner the better copper wire, but then at step 1 making the coil it said the thicker the better copper coil. so i do not know which thickness coil i need to make the emp, explain plz.
60lbs PVC Bow
bipod (for air gun)
does it work
Does the emp affect LED lights? And is it a source of energy?
Please let me know
If this is a true EMP device, when you trigger it, the electronics that make up the voltage multiplier will be sacrificed unless they are highly shielded. Are you shielding them for multiple uses, or is this a one time only use? If you did shield the voltage multiplier, how did you do it?
easy HUD idea
not only is this a bad design, but this instructable is filled with grammar and spelling errors which makes this very annoying to read. I can forgive the bad design, but at least find someone to proofread the article.
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